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MTV, Click Pacific to provide coverage of 2015 Pacific Games

By ROPATE VALEMEI
Monday, August 25, 2014

Update: 4:00PM TWO domestic television broadcasters have signed on as non-exclusive domestic right holders for the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.

EMTV and Click Pacific Limited will provide coverage of the Games.

 PNG EMTV will be the exclusive broadcaster of the opening and closing ceremonies while Click Pacific Limited will be the 2015 Pacific Games Channel and will be broadcasting up to 24 hours per day of Games on Pay TV throughout PNG and the Pacific.

In a statement, EMTV and Media Niugini Ltd CEO Bhanu Sud said EMTV's mass market television coverage across PNG means that their people would be able to watch and enjoy the performance of team PNG at the Games.





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