Sony Pictures Networks (India)

Sony Pictures Networks will pay around double its current fee to shore up its football portfolio with a renewal of Uefa club competition rights in the Indian subcontinent from 2024-25 to 2026-27.

The planned $10bn (€9.2bn) mega-Indian media merger, two years in the making, between Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Entertainment was officially scrapped today (Monday).

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has agreed a five-year contract extension with its rights-holder in India and the Indian subcontinent, media group Sony Pictures Networks India.

Sony Pictures Networks has shored up its football portfolio with a renewal of Uefa club competition rights in the Indian subcontinent from 2024-25 to 2026-27, SportBusiness understands

Disney Star, rather than Zee Entertainment, will show the upcoming International Cricket Council U19 World Cup on its linear channels, in the wake of the delay in the merger between Sony Pictures Networks…

Sony Pictures Networks secured exclusive rights across the Indian subcontinent to the German Bundesliga for three more seasons after agreeing to pay an increased rights fee.

The merger between media groups Sony and Zee will challenge the current streaming dominance of Disney and Viacom18 in the Indian sports media market, experts say.

The merger between India’s Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Entertainment Enterprises has received approval from the National Company Law Tribunal. The long-awaited merger is set to create a $10bn (€9.1bn

Pay-television operator Sony Pictures Networks India has extended its exclusive rights across the Indian subcontinent to the German Bundesliga for three more seasons

Kenichiro Yoshida, chief executive of Sony Corporation, expects the long-awaited merger between India’s Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Entertainment Enterprises to close by September this year.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks paid a per-tournament uplift on its previous fee to renew its Uefa national team rights, including the European Championships.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has secured exclusive rights to Uefa Euro 2024 and Euro 2028, as well as the Uefa Nations League and all European Qualifiers and friendly matches…

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks and streaming platform FanCode have secured rights to the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Super Cup

Sony Pictures Networks renewed its global Sri Lanka Cricket rights for four years, from April 2023 to March 2027, at a lower fee due to a reduction in India matches on the previous deal.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has renewed its global Sri Lanka Cricket rights for four years, from April 2023 to March 2027, SportBusiness understands.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has renewed its rights to the Davis Cup for two years, 2023 and 2024

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal for the Australian Open tennis grand slam at a reduced fee.

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has extended its deal with Tennis Australia for rights to the Australian Open grand slam from 2023 to 2025