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No-win situation in CPBL broadcasting disputes

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No-win situation in CPBL broadcasting disputes
On 2014-7-24 The China Post wrote:
It was supposed to be a rosier outlook for Taiwan's Chinese Professional Baseball League (中華職棒, CPBL) for years to come when the 25-year-old league signed a lucrative broadcasting deal with an international media rights company this January.


[Full Article: http://www.chinapost.com.tw/editorial/taiwan-issues/2014/07/24/413085/No-win-situation.htm]
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Re: No-win situation in CPBL broadcasting disputes
[ Author: NelsonChung | Posted: Jul 31, 2014 10:42 PM | NIP Fan ]

MP&S cited lower revenue potential/ticket sales from the TV fiasco. But I thought MP&S had a hand in the broadcasting. I'm a little bit confused.

The CPBLTV thing has been a boon for me, as I live stateside. The cost for a subscription is ten bucks ($299NT). I'm more than willing to pay to help the CPBL with their shallow pockets, but I haven't had to because I can't watch anything live anyway.
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