DSport (India)

Discovery-owned Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has struck a rights deal with US wrestling promotion Impact

Indian sports media company Lex Sportel Vision is challenging in court its former partner Discovery's move last week to take full control of sports pay-television channel DSport

The Indian division of international media company Discovery has promoted Vijay Rajput to head its pay-television broadcaster, DSport

Discovery India’s DSport, Viacom12’s MTV, DD Sport and several other regional broadcast networks in India have acquired rights to broadcast the inaugural Indo International Premier Kabaddi League.

Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has acquired rights to a number of marquee events on golf’s European Tour.

TS Panesar, head of Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport, has resigned from his position. Panesar was appointed as head of the Discovery Communications-owned broadcaster in the summer of 2017

Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport’s acquisition of rights to the Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-series between Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh is its most significant deal since its 2017 launch.

Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has acquired rights to the Bellator mixed martial arts series.

The New Japan Pro Wrestling promotion secured broadcast coverage in India for the first time via a deal with pay-television broadcaster DSport.

The Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 competition begins this Saturday with limited international coverage due to a dispute over who can legally sell the rights.

Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has acquired rights for the Pakistan Super League club cricket competition.

Pay-television broadcaster DSport is paying a slightly higher fee than previous rights-holder Ten Sports for the US PGA Championship in the Indian subcontinent.

The Open Championship returned to screens in the Indian subcontinent this year following a late deal with pay-television broadcaster DSport

Indian pay-television broadcaster DSport has secured rights to golf’s Open Championship, the 2017 edition of which gets underway tomorrow (Thursday).

Indian television experts have questioned the viability of pay-television channel DSport – a partnership between Discovery Communications and Indian broadcast executive RC Venkateish which launched in India last week – in its current form.