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Globo Gets Brazilian Broadcast Rights for World Cup 2018, 2022

SÃO PAULO: Rede Globo of Brazil has scooped up the rights to broadcast the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The deal covers the free-to-air and pay-TV broadcast rights, as well as mobile and Internet. Globo can share these with other broadcasters. In the past, Bandeirantes has participated as well. The …



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