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The International Cricket Council has launched an invitation to tender for the provision of graphics services for its events spanning the four-year period from 2020 to 2023

The International Cricket Council has launched a tender process to secure a technology provider to manage its library of audio-visual content comprising video and imagery

Aarti Dabas, the head of media rights, broadcast and digital at the International Cricket Council, resigned late this week following a corporate restructure of the ICC, SportBusiness understands

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has extended an exclusive agreement with the International Cricket Council (ICC) to continue delivering coverage of its events for the next four years

The International Cricket Council has announced an exclusive four-year digital rights agreement in the Indian subcontinent with social media giant Facebook

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is launching a tender process for the sale of digital rights covering the governing body’s events between 2019 and 2023.

Pay TV broadcaster Sky has announced that it will show the 2019 Cricket World Cup final on July 14 on free-to-air television if England qualify

Hotstar, the OTT service from Indian pay-television broadcaster Star, had a record 100 million daily active users on June 16, the day of the India v Pakistan Cricket World Cup game

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is considering making the 2019 Cricket World Cup final available free-to-air in the UK

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.

The International Cricket Council is broadcasting World Cup content for the first time on social media platforms Facebook, YouTube and Twitter

The International Cricket Council has agreed a four-year extension to its partnership with sports production and media company Sunset+Vine

The International Cricket Council has partnered with technology company ByteDance to deliver content across social media platforms TikTok and Helo during this year’s Cricket World Cup.

Media group Sony Pictures Networks India has struck a three-year extension to its rights deal for cricket competition the T10 League

The International Cricket Council has released an invitation to tender for live cinema screening rights to its 2019 Cricket World Cup

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.

The International Cricket Council has extended a partnership with ITN Productions to provide digital clips for Women’s Cricket World Cup rights-holders.