Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has secured exclusive Board of Control for Cricket in India rights in a deal brokered by the Pitch International agency, SportBusiness understands
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has claimed a first for the sport by announcing that it will produce an additional vertical video feed for India’s staging of the upcoming 2023 World Cup.
The International Cricket Council has launched separate invitations to tender (ITT) in the Middle East and North Africa for media rights to men's and women's tournaments in the 2024-27 cycle
Last week’s sale of BCCI media rights indicates that bilateral series have likely passed their peak value, experts have told SportBusiness Media.
Media group Viacom18 has strengthened its position as the home of Indian cricket, after today (Thursday) acquiring exclusive linear and digital rights to the national team’s bilateral matches.
Pay-television broadcaster TNT Sports has acquired exclusive rights in the UK and Ireland to cricket’s Asia Cup, which will take place in Pakistan and Sri Lanka from August 30 to September 17.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has launched an invitation to tender for its media rights to India's bilateral matches in a six-year cycle from 2023-24 onwards as it seeks to follow on…
Major League Cricket, which held the final of its inaugural edition last night, opted to seal a five-year media rights deal with Willow TV in the absence of strong competition.
The thrilling 2023 Ashes series have produced valuable returns for their national media rights-holders, drawing record audiences to Sky Sports in the UK and providing bumper ratings late into the night for Australia’s Nine Network.
Viacom18-owned OTT platform JioCinema is showing India’s current tour of the West Indies after sublicensing co-exclusive digital rights in India from FanCode for a significant fee.
Major League Cricket (MLC), the first professional T20 cricket league in the United States, has further enhanced the broadcast offering in its home market through deals with the CBS Sports division of…
Major League Cricket has announced a domestic media rights deal with subscription broadcaster Willow TV and a series of international media rights agreements ahead of its inaugural season
Recent deals in India for the Lanka Premier League and the new US-based Major League Cricket show there is no growing appetite for second- or third-tier T20 leagues from broadcasters in the market.
Ary, the pay-television broadcaster in Pakistan, has acquired media rights in the country to the inaugural edition of the US-based Major League Cricket tournament
Media group Viacom18 has secured rights in India to the inaugural edition of the US-based Major League Cricket tournament
Media group Disney Star has secured exclusive rights in the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East and North Africa to the Lanka Premier League T20 tournament
Pay-television broadcaster Rush Sports has secured exclusive Cricket West Indies (CWI) digital rights for 18 months, from June 2023 to November 2024