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Distributors will pay for Rogers’ rich hockey deal: analyst

News | 05/27/2014 7:46 pm EDT

Broadcast distributors across the country are likely to pay for a big chunk of the billions of dollars for which Rogers Communications Inc. is on the hook as a result of the deal it struck for 12 years of exclusive national broadcast rights to National Hockey League games, says one analyst.

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