LIV Golf denies report of deal to buy TV time on FS1

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Golfweek cited multiple sources it did not identify in saying the agreement is still being finalized. It would go against what Greg Norman, the CEO and commissioner of LIV Golf, told a Chicago radio station two weeks ago. The league already has paid enormous signing fees some reported in the $150 million range.
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LIV Golf refutes report of deal to buy TV time on FS1

Saudi-funded LIV Golf is refuting a report that it was close to a U.S. television deal in which it would buy time to be shown on FS1

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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LIV Golf denies report of deal to buy TV time on FS1

Saudi-funded LIV Golf is denying a report that it was close to a U.S. television deal in which it would buy time to be shown on FS1. Golfweek is citing sources as saying LIV Golf is nearing an agreement to…

2 months ago·United States
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LIV Golf denies report of deal to buy TV time on FS1

Saudi-funded LIV Golf is denying a report that it was close to a U.S. television deal in which it would buy time to be shown on FS1

2 months ago·United States
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Report: LIV Golf nearing deal to buy TV time on FS1

Golfweek is reporting that Saudi-funded LIV Golf, without a U.S. television deal during its inaugural season, is close to an agreement to buy time on FS1.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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LIV Golf denies report of deal to buy TV time on FS1

By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf WriterSaudi-funded LIV Golf is denying a report that it was close to a U.S. television deal in which it would buy time to be shown on FS1. Golfweek is citing sources as saying LIV Golf is nearing an agreement to buy time. LIV Golf issued a statement that the report was “incomplete and inaccurate,” and that it is ahead of schedule in its inaugural year, including such areas as broadcast rights. If a deal is imminent, it w…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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LIV Golf refutes report of deal to buy TV time

LIV Golf issued a statement that the Golfweek report was "incomplete and inaccurate," and that it is ahead of schedule in its inaugural year, including such areas as broadcast rights.

2 months ago·United States
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