Sri Lankan state broadcaster Rupavahini and pay-television operator Dialog Television have acquired rights to the remainder of the Sri Lankan cricket team’s tour of England as part of a sublicensing deal with the Sporty Solutionz agency.
Sri Lankan state broadcaster Rupavahini has acquired rights for the ongoing Sri Lanka v New Zealand national team cricket series in a sublicensing deal with the Sporty Solutionz agency.
Sri Lankan pay-television operator Dialog Television has struck a carriage deal that will allow it to show coverage of the ongoing Rugby World Cup national rugby union team tournament in England.
Sri Lanka Cricket has awarded its domestic rights to state broadcaster Rupavahini, turning down a larger bid from incumbent rights-holder Carlton Sports Network.
Sri Lanka Cricket has re-opened negotiations over rights to the national team's upcoming home series against India after receiving only one bid in the initial tender.
The Sri Lanka Cricket Interim Committee has awarded domestic rights to state-owned broadcaster Rupavahini.
The Sri Lanka Cricket Interim Committee has delayed a decision on awarding its local television rights for the forthcoming three-year period as it evaluates three offers.
Sri Lanka cricket drops in value
UK pay-television broadcaster BSkyB has snatched the rights to cricket’s Indian Premier League, TV Sports Markets understands, beating off competition from rival pay-television operator BT and commercial broadcaster ITV, the UK rights-holder for the last four seasons.
Taj beats off Neo threat to hold on to Sri Lanka cricket rights
The Sri Lanka Cricket governing body has awarded its broadcast and production rights for games played in Sri Lanka to Indian subcontinent pay-television broadcaster Ten Sports in a seven-year deal running through to 2020, according to the Daily Mirror newspaper.
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.
Dialog Axiata has sealed a three-year deal with Sri Lanka Cricket, representing the country’s biggest sponsorship deal, according to the Daily Financial Times newspaper.