ICC Men's Cricket World Cup
The dispute between media groups Zee and Disney Star over their seemingly broken agreement for International Cricket Council (ICC) rights looks set to intensify, with Zee asserting that its counterpart…
An immediate consequence of the collapse in the proposed merger between Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Entertainment is that the latter now intends to withdraw its planned $1.4bn (€1.2bn) commitment to rival media group Disney Star towards rights fees for International Cricket Council events.
Online retail giant Amazon “blew the competition out of the park,” to quote one source, in order to secure International Cricket Council rights for the next four years in Australia.
E-commerce giant Amazon has taken a major leap into cricket after securing exclusive media rights in Australia to International Cricket Council events from 2024 to 2027
More than 500 million people in India watched Disney Star’s linear coverage of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, the pay-television broadcaster has announced.
India's defeat to Australia in the ICC Cricket World Cup final on home soil drew a record peak concurrency of almost 59 million viewers on Disney Star's OTT platform yesterday (Sunday)
Disney Star recorded a peak concurrency of 35 million viewers on its OTT platform during the ICC Cricket World Cup match between India and Pakistan on October 14, setting a new global sports streaming…
The International Cricket Council has launched separate invitations to tender (ITT) in the Middle East and North Africa for media rights to men's and women's tournaments in the 2024-27 cycle
Indian subscription OTT service Disney+ Hotstar has detailed plans to provide free-to-air coverage of this year’s Cricket World Cup and Asia Cup for smartphone users.
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport renewed its rights to International Cricket Council global events from 2024 to the end of 2031 at a slight uplift, despite an absence of competition in the region.
The International Cricket Council sealed a new deal in the US and Canada with Times Internet, despite being minded, at first, to agree a deal with ESPN.
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has renewed its rights to International Cricket Council global events for eight years, from 2024 to 2031, across 52 territories in sub-Saharan Africa
Sky Sports renewed its rights to International Cricket Council properties at a slight increase to reflect the deal's long duration and additional inventory.
Pay-TV broadcaster Sky Sports has renewed its exclusive platform-neutral rights in the UK and Ireland to International Cricket Council properties for eight years, from 2024 to 2031
Sport 24, the in-flight and in-ship service owned and operated by the IMG agency, has agreed a deal with the International Cricket Council to show this year’s men’s T20 World Cup, as well as the 2023 Cri…
Disney Star and Zee Entertainment have joined forces to pay around three times the previous value for exclusive media rights in India to International Cricket Council events.
Media group Zee Entertainment has agreed a surprise sublicensing deal with Disney Star for exclusive linear rights in India to men's International Cricket Council events from 2024-27