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Broadcasting Rights

Postby Will » December 30th 2013, 12:16 pm

[centre]The official tender process for Broadcasting rights to every Alliance World Cup 2014 match has begun.

Brought to you by ABN, the official Broadcaster for the event. Now offering service in three countries.
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Broadcasting Rights for the Alliance World Cup 2014 will be tendered to individual providers, as per the contractual agreements made between Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited and the Alliance Football Association.

Broadcasting Rights will be divided into 13 packages, each corresponding to a certain area.

The broadcaster who is successful in their respective tender will enter into a contract with Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited to screen the matches, or face reparations to Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited. Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited will also be obligated to supply the live coverage of every game, or face reparations to the respective broadcaster.

The reserve price on each tender is 10,000,000 United States dollars, any tenders below this price will not be considered. Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited is not obligated to accept any offer if they do not see it fit, although they must accept at least one offer in each package area.

Tenders must be delivered to the Chief Executive Office of Alliance Broadcasting Network Limited by the 2nd of January 2014. All tenders after this date will not be considered.
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Europe 1 - Histalpol - ABN Histalpol
Europe 2 - Sainte-Croix, Valencia
Europe 3 - Lovedelund, Goverland
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[centre]Europe 4 - Cattala
Europe 5 - Hiigara, Soviyya
Europe 6 - Leeonia
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[centre]Asia 1 - Okatabawashi
Asia 2 - Karasem
Asia 3 - Melanesia
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[centre]America 1 - Kingston and Boyce, Lower Columbia
Atlantic 1 - Corraile, Marquette, Islas Verdes
Atlantic 2 - Atlantic Federation, Galbadia, Exaletas, Ascadylea
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[centre]Indian Ocean 1 - Asgard
Indian Ocean 2 - Illium
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[centre]Oceania 1 - New Holland - Alliance Broadcasting Network
Oceania 2 - New Duveland, Avaiki
Oceania 3 - Neu Westfalen

Final segment.

This presentation has been completed, thank you for your time.
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Please send all tenders to:
Chief Executive Office
2 Parklands Drive
Seddon
Pickard Island
New Holland
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Zack » December 31st 2013, 4:06 am

The KBS Board of Directors has voted in favor of making the following offer to ABN:

Company: Kingdom Broadcasting Services, Inc.
Package: North America
Tender offered: ₡7.5 million (US$14.1 million)
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby RedAurora » December 31st 2013, 4:34 am

Okay, well, I'm-a use Zack's format. :P

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The Administration Board of the Croisian English-Language Broadcasting Company would like to make the following offer to ABN:

Company: Croisian English-Language Broadcasting (CELB)
Package: Europe 2
Tender offered: 10.75 million USD
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Otto » December 31st 2013, 7:31 am

The Kingstonaise ALL.Sports network would like to bid for the North American sector.

Company: ALL.Sports
Package: North America
Tender offered: US$ 15M
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Zack » December 31st 2013, 7:50 am

Oh no you didn't... :P

The KBS Board of Directors has voted to increase its tender to ABN as follows:

Company: Kingdom Broadcasting Services, Inc.
Package: North America
Tender offered: ₡9 million (US$16.92 million)
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Otto » December 31st 2013, 7:59 am

The ALL.Sports network offers the Kingdom Broadcasting Services, Inc. US$17.5M to drop their tender on the North America package.
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Zack » December 31st 2013, 8:09 am

The KBS Board of Directors has rejected the offer from ALL.Sports, and is instead further increasing its tender for the North America package to ₡10 million (US$18.8 million).
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby IRE505 » December 31st 2013, 1:38 pm

Craoltóirí Teilifíse Leeonia (CTL) would like to make the following offer to ABN:

Company: Craoltóirí Teilifíse Leeonia (CTL)
Package: Europe 6
Tender offered: 11.50 million USD
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Otto » December 31st 2013, 1:45 pm

The ALL.Sports network will give up their offers for the whole North America package. Instead, we suggest to the ABN to split the North America package into two packages, for both countries.
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Piterdaw1 » December 31st 2013, 2:10 pm

Television Goverland (TVG) would like to make an offer:

Company: Television Goverland (TVG)
Package: Europe 3
Tender offered: 10.5 million USD
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Logan » December 31st 2013, 8:12 pm

Lovedelund Sports Broadcasting, also known as LD4, wishes to broadcast for the entirety of Europe. This all inclusive package features a top notch news crew, full 1080p PAL support, and travel costs for moving equipment. This proposal works out to $80 Million USD (LDK 406 Million).

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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby RedAurora » December 31st 2013, 8:24 pm

Croisian English-Language Broadcasting Company offers Lovedelund Sports Broadcasting 10 million USD to remove their tender for Europe 2.

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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Logan » December 31st 2013, 8:27 pm

Lovedelund Sports Broadcasting humbly accepts the $10 Million USD.

Looks like someone is getting a nice bonus this year. :P
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby Thomas » December 31st 2013, 9:06 pm

What is the point in Lovedelund Sport Broadcasting bidding for the Cattala region? You haven't got a broadcasting license in Cattala? :P
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Re: Broadcasting Rights

Postby RedAurora » December 31st 2013, 9:12 pm

CELB would like to thank Lovedelund Sports Broadcasting for accepting the offer.

CELB's previous offer to tender the Europe 2 broadcasting package, to broadcast for continental Western Europe, remains at the original price of 10.75 million USD.


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His Royal Highness' Federal Directorate of Culture & Media believes that it would be most appropriate for Croisian overseas territories to be served by the North America package; while there are no Croisian media companies offering a tender for this specific package, we wish to contact the company that secures the North America package once ABN announces all of the successful bids. Thank you very much.
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