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The dispute between media groups Zee and Disney Star over their seemingly broken agreement for International Cricket Council (ICC) rights looks set to intensify, with Zee asserting that its counterpart…

An immediate consequence of the collapse in the proposed merger between Sony Pictures Networks and Zee Entertainment is that the latter now intends to withdraw its planned $1.4bn (€1.2bn) commitment to rival media group Disney Star towards rights fees for International Cricket Council events.

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).

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…

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

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.

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has approved the merger of Zee Entertainment Enterprises and Sony Pictures Networks, which will create a media giant in the country

Disney Star and Zee Entertainment have joined forces to pay around three times the previous value for exclusive media rights in India to International Cricket Council events.

Media group Zee Entertainment has agreed a surprise sublicensing deal with Disney Star for exclusive linear rights in India to men's International Cricket Council events from 2024-27

Disney Star has renewed its exclusive media rights in India for International Cricket Council events in a four-year deal covering 2024 to 2027

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…

Sources say Zee is in talks with the BCCI regarding second-tier and emerging Indian players participating in the UAE T20 League at a future stage.

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.

Media executives James Murdoch and Uday Shankar are in talks to buy a 39-per-cent stake in Indian broadcaster Viacom18, in a deal that would value the company at $4bn (€3.6bn), according to media reports.

Sony Pictures Networks India and Zee Entertainment Enterprises have signed definitive agreements to merge Zee "with and into" Sony, following three months of mutual due diligence

Indian broadcaster Zee Entertainment Enterprises has acquired rights to the new UAE T20 League cricket competition