Indian Subcontinent

K Madhavan has been appointed president of The Walt Disney Company India and Disney-owned pay-television platform Star India

Internet search giant Google will show Indian Premier League match highlights this year via its Web Stories feature under a tie-up with Indian media group Disney Plus Hotstar

Esports tournament organiser Blast Premier has reached eight new international media rights deals for the 2021 season

Fuel TV, the action sports television channel, has secured distribution in India for the first time and strengthened its presence in Mexico in a deal with electronics giant Samsung

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has renewed its exclusive rights agreement with World Archery

The Discovery-owned Eurosport India has acquired rights for the Indian national football team's friendlies against Oman and the United Arab Emirates

Leading figures in Indian football have hailed the successful running of the 2020-21 Indian Super League season within bio-secure bubbles

Indian broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has signed an exclusive, multi-year television and digital rights deal with Ultimate Kho Kho, India’s first professional kho kho league.

Broadcasters in the Indian subcontinent have been given an extension to the first-round bid deadline for rights to Uefa club competitions across the 2021-24 cycle

An invitation to tender is to be issued tomorrow (Thursday) for broadcast rights to the Pro Kabaddi League across the next five seasons

Broadcasters in the Indian subcontinent have been invited to lodge their bids for rights to the Uefa club competitions across the 2021-24 cycle

T Sports, a new sports broadcaster in Bangladesh that launched last year, has acquired Asian Football Confederation national team and club competition media rights in a four-year deal for the 2021-24 cycle

The Pakistan Cricket Board is emerging from a round of global rights sales for the 2021-23 cycle with respectable rights fees, industry insiders say, in a vastly changed and more challenging market compared to its last sales cycle.

The NBA has agreed a deal with Indian public-service broadcaster Prasar Bharati for rights to show classic content, documentaries, game highlights and public service announcements

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed an agreement for rights to the Wimbledon grand slam tennis tournament until 2023

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has agreed a three-year media rights deal with the Pakistan Cricket Board, covering the board's home international matches and the annual Pakistan…

The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced a series of international media-rights deals covering cricket played in the country during the 2021 to 2023 period