State-owned broadcaster Bangladesh Television (BTV), pay-television broadcaster Maasranga Television and Nagorik Television have acquired rights to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in the south Asian country.
Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has taken action against the Impress Matra Consortium for allegedly failing to fulfil a deal agreed for rights to Twenty20 cricket competition the Bangladesh Premier League.
The Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 competition begins this Saturday with limited international coverage due to a dispute over who can legally sell the rights.
Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired rights to the fourth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament.
Impress Matra Consortium has acquired global broadcast rights for the Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 club cricket competition.
The International Cricket Council has said the 2016 U19 World Cup in Bangladesh will receive unprecedented broadcast coverage as it seeks to enhance the national team tournament’s position in the sport’s marketplace.
Indian pay-television broadcaster Neo Sports has acquired rights to Twenty20 cricket competition the Bangladesh Premier League.
UK pay-television broadcaster Premier Sports has acquired rights to Twenty20 cricket competition the Bangladesh Premier League, which returns after a one-year hiatus later this month.
The Infront Sports & Media agency has closed multi-year rights agreements with three members of the Asian Football Confederation.
Pakistani pay-television broadcaster Geo Super has acquired media rights for Bangladesh international cricket matches in a sublicensing deal with the Sporty Solutionz agency.
Pay-television broadcaster Gazi TV has acquired the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s worldwide media rights in a six-year deal through April 2020 worth $20.02m (€14.4m).
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has issued a tender for its worldwide media rights across a six-year period spanning May 1, 2014 to April 30, 2020.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has agreed a deal to award domestic rights for the national team’s home series against Sri Lanka to pay-television broadcaster Maasranga Television.
Sports media company Seven3Sports has signed a sub-licencing deal with Indian Premier League rights-holder, Sony-owned Indian broadcaster Multi Screen Media, for the rights to the competition in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.