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David Mignot, CANAL+ AFRIQUE Managing Director

CANAL+ AFRIQUE, is pleased to announce the acquisition of broadcasting rights for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, to be held from 12 June to 13 July 2014 in Brazil.

CANAL+ AFRIQUE will broadcast the entire competition, on its CANAL+ channels, with every single match being aired live. CANAL+ FOOT will be fully dedicated to the competition for one month.

Throughout this major sporting event, CANAL+ subscribers on the African continent will benefit from exceptional broadcasting thanks to a team of well-known journalists and pundits, a daily highlights show and special shows as the competition advances.

“This exceptional commitment is illustrative of the desire of CANAL+ AFRIQUE to offer the very best quality of broadcasting to African television viewers, particularly for those countries whose teams have qualified”, explains David Mignot, Managing Director of CANAL+ AFRIQUE.

Broadcasting of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will further consolidate the unique football offering of CANAL+ in AFRICA which includes French Ligue 1, the Barclays English Premier League, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga, the two largest European club competitions, the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League and, lastly, the Africa Cup of Nations in 2015.

For more information log on: http://www.canalplus-afrique.com

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