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The Real FA Cup Bounty-Broadcasting rights

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Television Fees <BR>Clubs are required, pursuant to the Rules of the Competition, to comply with and carry out, any obligations on them arising out of the broadcast contracts entered into by The Football Association. <P>Clubs are also reminded that The Football Association owns all broadcasting rights (including television, radio, internet and other on-line services) in relation to the Competition. In particular, matches, including commentaries, may not be broadcast over the internet or other on-line services without the prior permission of The Football Association.<P>For television appearances, The Football Association makes the following payments:<P>Television <P>Live Broadcasts<P><BR>First and Second Rounds Proper: £100,000 per club <P>Third to Sixth Rounds Proper: £265,000 per club <P><BR>Highlights Broadcasts <P>First to Sixth Rounds Proper: £40,000 per club <P>Radio <P>Full match commentary: £10,000 per club.<P>Half match commentary:£5,000 per club <P>20-45 minutes: £2,500 per club <P>0-19 minutes: no fee

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR> excellent..if we get to the final we should break even this season <HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Only if you cut your playing squad by 40% <P><BR> grin.gif" border="0 Yuk Yuk Yuk

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