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SORTED AND THE CITY: RACE TV BACK ON.

Byline: ANDREW PENMAN & MICHAEL GREENWOOD

DEFUNCT race horse broadcaster At The Races is being resurrected, sending shares in joint owner Arena Leisure galloping up 4 per cent.

The channel went off-air last month after the consortium running it ended a media rights deal with racecourse operators.

Yesterday Arena Leisure said it was now in partnership with BSkyB after jointly buying out Channel 4's 33 per cent stake in the venture for pounds 1.25m.

The channel will go live next month.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 5, 2004
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