Splitting the rights for market-leading cricket properties between different broadcasters is a feature of the "evolution" of Indian sports media driven by rising costs, K Madhavan, the president of Disney…
E-commerce platform Daraz has acquired live streaming rights in Pakistan to the English Premier League in a three-season sublicensing deal with state broadcaster Pakistan Television (PTV)
Disney Star has agreed a deal with Cricket Australia for its media rights in the Indian subcontinent, covering 2023-24 to 2029-30
Disney-owned pay-television broadcaster Star India has acquired Cricket Australia’s media rights in the Indian subcontinent. An official announcement is expected in the coming days, it is understood.
India’s major media groups are satisfied with the results of the Indian Premier League’s e-auction, with Star and Viacom18 sharing the spoils and Sony content with the amount its rivals were forced to pay.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah believes India has witnessed a “digital revolution” after the value of digital rights to the Indian Premier League (IPL) surpassed the val…
Indian esports organisation Nodwin Gaming has agreed a rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Star India for the Battlegrounds Mobile India Masters Series
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has cemented its financial dominance of global cricket after auctioning the media rights to the Indian Premier League for INR48,390 crore ($6.2bn/€5.9
The Board of Control for Cricket in India yesterday sold the two main packages of domestic media rights for the Indian Premier League, although has not yet confirmed the winners
The value of global media rights for the Indian Premier League is set to more than double in the new cycle, 2023 to 2027, according to media reports in India
Global tech firms Google and Amazon, India's biggest media groups, and other international broadcasters have picked up the bidding documents for the upcoming Indian Premier League rights auction, Bloomberg…
Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed its exclusive multi-platform rights for the English Premier League at a reduced fee.
Pay-television broadcaster Star India has renewed its exclusive multi-platform rights to the English Premier League for three seasons, from 2022-23 to 2024-25
Indian broadcasters are now expecting the hotly anticipated tender for rights to the Indian Premier League to be delayed until after this year’s edition of the tournament.
Harry Griffith, head of global syndication and sales at Star Sports, will now also lead rights acquisitions and head up the pay-television broadcaster’s relationships with leading cricket bodies.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India, the sport’s governing body in the country, is likely to release its invitation to tender for broadcast rights to the Indian Premier League between February 1…