NCN says has sole broadcast rights for World Cup football

The National Communications Network Incorporated (NCN Inc.) today said that it is the SOLE RIGHTS HOLDER for the Broadcast of the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil from June 12 to July 31.

NCN Inc. says it procured the terrestrial, cable and satellite broadcast rights from Caribbean Broadcast Rights holder International Media Content Ltd (IMC Ltd) and as such says it is the only authorized broadcaster for all FIFA World Cup 2014 content, before and during the games, including promotional materials.

NCN sees bringing the FIFA World Cup 2014, as an important aspect of its social responsibility in ensuring Guyanese enjoy the experience of this world class quadrennial tournament, taking place in our backyards.

Already NCN is partnering with a number of corporate entities, to ensure that the 42 days of exciting games are brought to the Guyanese populace uninterrupted, a NCN release said.



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