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William Bush

William Bush

The Premier League has organised the top-flight football competition in England since 1992.

In that period, attendances have grown by 60%, media rights are now sold to almost every territory in the world, generating nearly £3 billion per year, and the Premier League has become the world’s most-watched regular domestic sporting competition.

William’s responsibilities at the Premier League include Intellectual Property, public policy, relations with government and EU, relations with fans and consumers, communications and the community programme.

Before joining the Premier League, William worked as a Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister (1999 - 2001) and to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2001 - 2005), and was Head of Research for BBC News until 1999.