Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)

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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.

Six second-tier cricket boards are facing difficult market conditions as they attempt to sell their global rights, with existing problems exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Global Sports Commerce has solidified its influence in the world of T20 cricket, retaining global media rights to the Pakistan Super League alongside its consortium partner Blitz Advertising

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky last week bought rights to the upcoming England v Pakistan cricket series in an attempt to shore up its cricket content.

The Pakistan Cricket Board is understood to view this month’s five-year deal for its rights as the best that was possible in current market conditions.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has agreed a deal with streaming platform tapmad TV for rights to the 2021 Pakistan Super League Twenty20 competition in Australia, the Middle East and North Africa, along with…

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

SuperSport, the sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster, has signed a three-year rights deal with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)