a day ago 00:28 Australian Rugby League Commission chairman Peter V’landys and Channel 9 chief executive Hugh Marks have met on Tuesday afternoon in Sydney following a stunning war of words last week.

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"(But) I can't guarantee it'll be in the same way it is at the moment," he admitted. ... most of which is with Nine and Fox Sports, worth a reported $1.8 billion.