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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.

The International Cricket Council will release its invitation to tender on June 20 (Monday) for media rights in India, spanning 2024 to 2031

Speaking at SportNXT, a three-day thought leadership summit in Melbourne, leading media executives urged a more symbiotic relationship between broadcasters and rights-holders to avoid being surpassed by…

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.

The International Cricket Council has announced its broadcast arrangements for the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022.

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.

A volley of rights sales this year reallocated properties formerly held by pan-regional broadcaster Fox Sports Asia and began shaping a new sports broadcasting landscape in Asia-Pacific.

The Delhi High Court has restrained seven specific websites – and others which may emerge – from broadcasting the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

The Glazer family, CVC Capital Partners, Cristiano Ronaldo and superstar Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are among the parties linked to bids for new Indian Premier League franchise…

Emirati telco Etisalat has secured exclusive media rights in the Middle East and North Africa to the International Cricket Council Men's Twenty20 World Cup 2021 as part of a "ground-breaking collaboration…

Cricket South Africa has secured long-term deals in its key international markets of Australia, the UK and India at reduced fees, reflective of a global downturn in cricket media rights values.

Bangladeshi satellite channel T Sports’ acquisition of rights to the Indian national cricket team’s home matches could herald a more competitive era in the Bangladeshi sports rights market.

Pro Kabaddi League team owners are unhappy with the result of the tender for global media rights to the league, won by Disney-owned Star India last month, despite more than doubling their income.

Mashal Sports, the sports management company owned by pay-television broadcaster Star India, has countered claims that its auction for broadcast rights to the Pro Kabaddi League was flawed

Pay-television broadcaster Star India has won the rights to show the Pro Kabaddi League for the next five seasons despite conflict of interest concerns from some of the competing teams