Total Sports Asia scores new media rights to the Barclays Premier League in Indonesia.
Wed 11th Aug 2010 | Television & Broadcasting
Asia’s leading independent sports marketing company, Total Sports Asia (TSA) has acquired the new media (mobile and internet clips) rights for the Barclays Premier League for Indonesia for the next three seasons. This renews a deal that TSA held for the previous two seasons.
Total Sports Asia will work with a local partner to help deploy the content to the millions of fans that follow the Barclays Premier League in Indonesia. They will have constant updates on match highlights, goal alerts, video clips and news stories via mobile and broadband internet.
“Once again we are delighted to work with the Premier League, not only is the league the number one in the world, their business operations are also the best in the industry.
The number of Indonesians consuming media on the net and on their phones is growing every year and the Barclays Premier League is by far the best content vehicle to facilitate that trend even further” said Executive Vice President of TSA Media group, Julian Jackson.
Head of Media Operations at the Premier League, Paul Molnar said,
“We are extremely pleased to be extending our partnership with Total Sports Asia. They will continue to broadcast our mobile and internet clips to the many Barclays Premier League fans in Indonesia in an innovative and creative manner.”
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