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October 04, 2011
A television link truck is parked outside The Red White and Blue pub in Southsea, Portsmouth, October...
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
A television link truck is parked outside The Red White and Blue pub in Southsea, Portsmouth
A television link truck is parked outside The Red White and Blue pub in Southsea, Portsmouth, October 4, 2011. Europe's highest court has opened the way for British sports fans to watch live matches through cheaper foreign TV services, sparking a showdown with rights holders who will seek to protect their broadcast rights. The legal case, which will have huge ramifications for the way rights are sold, was sparked by Karen Murphy, landlady of the Red White and Blue, who was fined for screening live English Premier League matches via a Greek pay-TV decoder.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
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