War is declared between Mediapro and the Professional Football League (LFP). The latter decided to hit the Spaniard in the wallet. According to Capital information, the league asked the commercial court for authorization to seize Mediapro’s assets in France, including sums paid by subscribers to its Telefoot channel. Justice gave him the green light on Wednesday, October 14. Immediately afterwards, the LFP sent bailiffs to carry out protective seizures at the telecom operators, which collect the income from subscriptions.

the world. Assuming that half of these subscribers have subscribed to the offer without commitment (29.9 euros per month) and the other half to the offer with a one-year commitment (25.9 euros), then the revenues of subscriptions amount to between 7 and 10 million euros per month, or 85 to 120 million euros per year. In addition, we must deduct from this amount the share retained by the telecom operators to transport and market the channel, but also the advance paid by the operators to Mediapro. This advance (known as the “guaranteed minimum”) amounts to a few million euros per operator, a far cry from the sums initially requested by Catalan: first 200 million, then 120 million, then finally 50 million. In short, in any case, this will not make it possible to recover the 172 million euros that Mediapro had to pay on October 5, and even less the 814 million that it must pay per season. “Data-reactid =” 20 “> Unfortunately, this desperate maneuver should not yield much, because the number of subscribers to the channel remains very low: 278,000 according to RTL and the Canard enchaîné, 350 to 400,000 according to the world. Assuming that half of these subscribers have subscribed to the offer without commitment (29.9 euros per month) and the other half to the offer with a one-year commitment (25.9 euros), then the revenues of subscriptions amount to between 7 and 10 million euros per month, or 85 to 120 million euros per year. In addition, we must deduct from this amount the share retained by the telecom operators to transport and market the channel, but also the advance paid by the operators to Mediapro. This advance (known as the “guaranteed minimum”) amounts to a few million euros per operator, a far cry from the sums initially requested by Catalan: first 200 million, then 120 million, then finally 50 million. In short, in any case, this will not make it possible to recover the 172 million euros that Mediapro had to pay on October 5, and even less the 814 million that it must pay per season.

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the team, the LFP has taken a series of other actions. She initially put Mediapro on formal notice to pay, but to no avail. She then asked Catalan for a bank guarantee on first demand, in order to be paid as soon as possible (…) “data-reactid =” 22 “> According to the team, the LFP has taken a series of other actions. She first put Mediapro on notice to pay, but to no avail. She then asked Catalan for a bank guarantee on first demand, in order to be paid as soon as possible (…)

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