Indian Subcontinent

Indian public-service broadcaster Prasar Bharati has struck a deal to show matches from the Women’s National Basketball Association and the NBA G League, the NBA's minor league basketball organisation, o…

Global tech firms Google and Amazon, India's biggest media groups, and other international broadcasters have picked up the bidding documents for the upcoming Indian Premier League rights auction, Bloomberg…

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks secured rights to the French Open tennis tournament amid a lack of competition.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has secured exclusive platform-neutral rights in the Indian subcontinent for the French Open in a deal running from 2022 to 2024

A new documentary produced by Indian sports marketing agency Rise Worldwide has launched on Fifa+, world football’s governing body's new direct-to-consumer service.

Bodhi Tree, the media investment vehicle promoted by media executives James Murdoch and Uday Shankar, will invest INR13,500 crore ($1.76bn/€1.6

The Pakistan Cricket Board has invited expressions of interest for various sponsorship and broadcast rights packages after outlining the details of its new franchise competition for 15-to-19-year-olds

Indian broadcaster Viacom18 has launched a new sports pay-television channel, Sports18

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks renewed its deal for World Archery media rights in the Indian subcontinent with an expectation that viewership will grow in the country.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has launched a tender for rights to the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament for the next five-year cycle, with an e-auction to be held to determine…

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has extended its World Archery media rights deal covering the Indian subcontinent and spanning the 2022 and 2023 seasons

Online streaming platform FanCode has secured exclusive media rights in the Indian subcontinent to the J.League, the top division of Japanese football

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed its exclusive multi-platform rights for the English Premier League at a reduced fee.

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed its exclusive multi-platform rights to the English Premier League for three seasons, from 2022-23 to 2024-25

Indian broadcasters are now expecting the hotly anticipated tender for rights to the Indian Premier League to be delayed until after this year’s edition of the tournament.

The Discovery Sports division of media group Discovery has agreed a broadcast rights deal covering Europe and the Indian subcontinent with Probellum, the fledgling global boxing promotion and media company

Indian streaming platform Rooter has acquired exclusive media rights to esports and gaming tournaments promoted by Skyesports in a one-year deal with the South Asian esports promoter