The Brazuca official 2014 FIFA World Cup ball is pictured in Porto Seguro on June 10, 2014 ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup football tournament. AFP PHOTO / PATRIK STOLLARZ
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Cable television provider Sama threatened Thursday any cable provider or TV channel that attempts to broadcast World Cup 2014 without its consent, while Lebanese wait for any news about Tele Liban's deal.Qatar's state-owned BeIN, the new name for Al-Jazeera's sports channel, has the distribution rights to the 2014 World Cup.However, Tele Liban's Director Talal Makdessi expressed his pessimism about the chances of airing the World Cup earlier today.If Tele Liban gains the rights to broadcast the World Cup, they plan to air it free of charge.
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