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Just as the English Premier League starts in earnest, BT is to raise the price for its BT Sport and TV services by up to £6 more per month for some of its customers, effective from 1 November.
BTsport 2July2020

Just as the English Premier League football season is poised to return, BT Sport is giving customers more ways to watch the sports content it offers by making services available on Fire TV, Android TV, Roku streaming players and Roku TV models.
BTsport 2July2020
Having only narrowly avoided a huge hit to its finances due to repayment to broadcasters following the postponement of the league schedule in March, the English Premier League (EPL) has taken a two-footed blow with the early cancellation of its steaming rights contract in China with PPTV.
Premier League Liverpool 4 Sep 2020 lands
In the latest part of the diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Qatar that has spilled over into TV, Saudi Arabian authorities have cancelled permanently the broadcast licence of Doha-based beIN Sports.
beIN Sport 24 Sugust 2018
Pay-TV giant Sky has announced a series of improvements to its flagship Sky Q offering with a new expanded view user interface, simple new show and sports centres, intuitive smart buttons and improved voice discovery.
Sky Q new interface Riviera 8July2020
The day that some leading pundits thought would never come is now here and just as the English Premier League picks up where it left off in March reports are confirming that principal rights holder Sky has been refunded for subscription revenues that it has lost since action disappeared from screens.
PremierLeague Liverpool Hendo Trent 29May2020
Leading pay-TV sports news services in the UK are reporting that English Premier League (EPL) football clubs have come to an agreement with pay-TV broadcaster Sky to defer repayment of broadcast rights fees due to games being cancelled because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
PremierLeague Liverpool Hendo Trent 29May2020
In what will delight bit the broadcasters and fans alike, the English Premier League has decided that conditions are right to lift lockdown restrictions that have seen no games in the world’s most popular football league since March 2020.