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Sony renews Sri Lanka Cricket at reduced fee due to fewer India matches

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Sony Pictures Networks renewed its global Sri Lanka Cricket rights for four years, from April 2023 to March 2027, at a lower fee due to a reduction in India matches on the previous deal.

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