By Fatih Erel

ISTANBUL

Turkey needs to crack down on digital piracy, which is costing the Turkish sports industry and satellite television some 500 million Turkish liras ($84 million) a year, said an executive at Digiturk, a leading satellite broadcaster.

Digiturk is the leading Turkish satellite television provider that is part of the global sports and entertainment group, beIN MEDIA GROUP.

Speaking to Anadolu Agency in a beIN SPORTS studio in Istanbul, Saad Saleh Al-Hudaifi, the executive vice president at Digiturk Sports Content, said “Piracy is the main enemy for any broadcaster companies. We are suffering from piracy also internationally

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