A television programme provider1 must not, without the previous consent of Ofcom2, exercise rights to televise the whole or part of an event which is a designated event3, in relation to an EEA state other than the United Kingdom, for reception in that EEA state or any area of that EEA state, where a substantial proportion of the public in that EEA state is deprived of the possibility of following that event by live or deferred coverage on free television4.
Ofcom may revoke any consent so given
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