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Rogers to Buy Score Media’s TV Assets

TORONTO: Rogers Media has made moves to acquire the TV business of Score Media, in a C$167 million ($168.5 million) deal that includes the sports broadcaster theScore Television Network. Upon the closing of the deal, Score Media’s TV business—encompassing theScore sports channel, the closed-captioning service provider Voice2Visual and theScore Fighting Series—will go to Rogers. The digital business …

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