Indian pay-television broadcaster Star Sports has agreed a three-year rights deal with New Zealand Cricket, the governing body of the sport in the country.
Hotstar, the video streaming platform owned and operated by pay-television broadcaster Star Sports, has agreed a deal to live stream the 2017-18 edition of India’s Ranji Trophy club cricket tournament.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has been ordered by the country’s Supreme Court to carry out a series of reforms of its governance structure, but a key proposal that would have severely damaged its revenues from broadcast rights has been rejected.
Star India will show blanket live coverage of the Rio 2016 summer Olympic Games via eight dedicated channels, the pay-television broadcaster has announced.
The International Cricket Council has revealed plans for expanded live broadcast coverage of its Women’s World Twenty20 national team tournament, which will take place in India from March 15 to April 3.