Jaume Roures intends to honor his contract with the LFP.
FRANCK FIFE / AFP
The fear of heights crossed the Alps.
After his triumphant tour "I don't have a round but I broadcast your matches" in France, we learn in the media
that the Sino-Spanish group Mediapro is demanding this time in La Liga a renegotiation of its broadcast contract.
In question, again and again, the health crisis of Covid-19.
In Spain, Mediapro's contract covered the broadcasting of La Liga matches in bars across the country for the period 2019-2022.
In exchange for 250 euros, nearly 88,000 pub keepers were supposed to broadcast La Liga matches in their establishments.
Except that in the meantime the coronavirus has entered the scene, forcing the Spanish government to confine its population, effectively preventing these broadcasts.
But the Spanish press reports that even before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, 28,000 bars had finally chosen the route of piracy.
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