EURO 2012 BROADCAST SAGA
The Euro 2012 sanctioning body Uefa may grant special permission for the remaining football tournament matches to be broadcast on all platforms, GMM Grammy chairman Paiboon Damrongchaitham says.
GMM Grammy chairman Paiboon Damrongchaitham, left, and Suphachai Chearavanont, CEO of True Corp, the parent firm of True Visions, meet for government-brokered talks at Government House to try to resolve the dispute over the Euro 2012 Football Championship broadcasting rights. The two executives have promised to do all they can to help would-be football viewers. CHANAT KATANYU
Grammy, the Euro 2012 broadcast rights holder for Thailand, has been embroiled in a spat with pay-TV operator True Visions, leaving millions of football fans in the dark since the tournament began on June 8.
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