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South African pay-television operator Multichoice is facing the biggest challenge in its 26-year history in the form of a two-pronged regulatory attack on its dominant position in the country’s sports-rights market.

Twitter will take a patient approach to the acquisition of sports rights in Asia-Pacific, according to its head of sports partnerships in the region.

Germany’s Bundesliga more than doubled the value of its in-flight and in-ship rights in a renewal with IMG this month.

John Manning, research analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, reviews television audiences in selected key cricket markets for the recent ICC World Twenty20 tournament

Giles Clarke, the head of the International Cricket Council’s media-rights negotiation team, hailed this month’s deal with Rupert Murdoch’s Star pay-television operations as “hugely positive for the game around the world.”

The International Cricket Council has claimed that the Women's T20 World Cup 2020 was one of the most-watched women’s sporting events in history.

The International Cricket Council has begun recruiting a media-rights manager after the shock resignation of Aarti Dabas late last year

International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Manu Sawhney has said the governing body is considering unbundling broadcast rights for its major women’s events on the back of record viewing figures f…

The International Cricket Council has become the latest sports body to open up its archive of match footage and programming to its broadcast rights-holders amid the ongoing effect of the Covid-19 pandemic

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Interview with Giles Clarke, chairman of the finance and commercial affairs committee for the International Cricket Council, on the governing body’s new eight-year deal with Star India and Star Middle East.

The ICC’s ambitious income target for its next cycle of media rights sales

If there is a common thread running through our stories this issue it is change. It is a process that all sports go through, usually to secure increased media exposure and revenue, and occasionally due to power struggles about how that revenue is divided.

Big-hitting BSkyB lands two more cricket deals to keep BT at bay

Proposal for alternative international-cricket schedule.

UK pay-operator’s English Premier League deal was year's largest television sports-rights deal.

Australian, English, South African, New Zealand, Zimbabwean boards to benefit from new Asian television rights deals.

$612 million deal signed by the Nimbus Sport agency for worldwide television rights for cricket played in India is looking increasingly risky.