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2002 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

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2002 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

FIFA, through several companies, have sold the rights for the broadcast of 2002 FIFA World Cup to the following broadcasters.


Country Broadcaster(s) Ref
 Arab League ART
 Albania TVSH
 Argentina Canal 7, TyC, América 2, DirecTV
 Australia SBS
 Austria ORF
 Bangladesh BTV
 Belgium Dutch:
 Bolivia Unitel
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT
 Brazil TV Globo
 Brunei TV3 (all 64 live matches and now available in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei)
 Bulgaria BNT
 Canada CBC
 Chile TVN, Canal 13
 China PR CCTV
 Colombia Caracol, RCN, DirecTV
 Costa Rica Repretel
 Cuba Tele Rebelde
 Croatia HRT
 Cyprus RIK
 Czech Republic ČT
 Denmark DR, TV 2
 Ecuador Teleamazonas, RTS, Ecuavisa
 Estonia ETV
 Finland Yle
 France TF1
 Germany ARD, ZDF
 Greece ERT
 Guatemala Canal 3, Canal 7
 Honduras TVC
 Hong Kong ATV, TVB, Cable TV Hong Kong (all 64 live matches)
 Hungary MTV
 India Doordarshan
 Indonesia RCTI (all 64 live matches and 100 rerun telecast matches)
 Iran IRIB
 Ireland RTÉ
 Israel Channel 1, Channel 33
 Italy RAI
 Japan NHK
 Kenya KTN, KBC
 North Korea KBS, MBC, SBS (all 64 live matches)
 South Korea KBS, MBC, SBS (all 64 live matches)
 Kosovo RTK
 Latvia LTV, Channel 1
 Lithuania LRT
 Macedonia MKTV
 Malaysia RTM TV1, RTM TV2 & TV3 (all 64 live matches)
 Mexico TV Azteca, Televisa
 Republic of Moldova TRM
 Netherlands NOS
 New Zealand TVNZ, Sky
 Norway NRK, TV2
 Pakistan PTV
 Panama Channel 4
 Paraguay Channel 9
 Peru ATV
 Philippines NBN, SkyCable
 Poland TVP
 Portugal RTP, SportTV [1][2]
 Romania RTV
 Russia Channel One, VGTRK
 Saudi Arabia Al Riyadiah, ART
 Singapore StarHub (all matches) & MediaCorp Channel 5 (Opening match, Semi-finals & Final)
 Slovakia STV
 Slovenia RTV
 South Africa SABC
 Spain TVE [3]
 Sweden SVT, TV4
  Switzerland SRG SSR
 Thailand Channel 3, Channel 5, Channel 7, Channel 9, Channel 11
 Turkey TRT
 Ukraine Inter, ICTV
 United Kingdom BBC, ITV
 United States ABC, ESPN
 Venezuela Venevisión, RCTV, Meridiano Televisión
 Vietnam VTV
 FR Yugoslavia RTS


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