Viacom18 Secures BCCI Media Rights For Next 5 Years: Jay Shah Announces Major Partnership
Jay Shah, the Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), announced a significant development on Thursday, revealing that Viacom18 has successfully secured the BCCI media rights for both linear and digital platforms for the next five years. This announcement marks the conclusion of BCCI’s association with Disney Star, which had notably […]
By CricShots - Aug 31, 2023
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Big Giants Wo Will Be Bidding For IPL Media Rights For 2023-27
Star Sports’ 5-year broadcasting rights deal with IPL came to an end as the 2022 season concluded. Star India (now acquired by Disney) had spent a whopping amount of INR 16,347 crore (USD 2.55 billion) to bag the media rights of IPL for the 2018-2022 cycle. But now after five years, the brand value of […]
By CricShots - Jun 10, 2022
Star India Retains BCCI’s Media Rights For India’s Home and Domestic Matches
On Thursday, after three days of rigorous bidding for Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) media rights have been retained by Star India for a whopping price of ₹6,138.1 crore. It was the winning bid for the media rights of the bilateral international cricket in India over the next five years (April 2018-March 2023). The […]
By CricShots - Apr 5, 2018
Rahul Johri and Amitabh Chaudhary have dissension over the first ever e-auction for media rights
BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) CEO Rahul Johri and interim secretary Amitabh Chaudhary have dissension over the BCCI’s first ever e-auction for the media rights (broadcast and digitals) of India’s international home matches and domestic matches for the next five years. BCCI’s interim secretary Amitabh Chaudhary recently sent an email to Rahul […]
By Sandy - Mar 29, 2018
BCCI Opens Bids For Media Rights Of India’s International and Domestic Games
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has finally opened the bids for the broadcast and digital media rights of all international and domestic cricket matches to be played in India till March 2023. All the rights will be granted for a period of five years, starting from April 1. At the moment, […]
By CricShots - Feb 21, 2018
IPL’s Broadcasting Channels Gets An Addition
If the recent reports believed to be true, the Indian Broadcast and Sports Ministry are likely to send out an order asking BCCI to telecast Indian Premier League (IPL) matches on Doordarshan. Doordarshan is free-to-air channel run by Government of India. Ever since the inception of IPL, it has been broadcasted on private channels (Sony and its […]
By CricShots - Nov 30, 2017
Sony Networks Gets Rights To Broadcast Australia Matches In India
Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has got the exclusive media rights for multiple tours like the Ashes in November and India’s tour to Australia in 2018. The agreement for the Indian subcontinent covers a number of countries, including Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and SPN will broadcast Australian cricket via its sports network of 11 channels. […]
By CricShots - Oct 10, 2017
Star India eyeing To Establish Monopoly Over Matches On Indian Soil
After acquiring the global media rights for the IPL, STAR India is looking forward to gaining the Indian Cricket broadcast and digital rights, which will help it establish a monopoly over all major cricketing action on Indian soil. Currently, Star India is the owner of the broadcasting rights which they won for the period of […]
By CricShots - Sep 5, 2017
Star India To Pay INR 55 crore For Every IPL Match
The IPL media rights have appeared more productive than Team India’s home matches with Star set to pay INR 55 crore for an IPL game which is INR 12 crore more than what it currently pays for an international fixture. On Monday Star India won the global broadcast and digital rights for INR 16,347.5 crore […]
By CricShots - Sep 4, 2017
Amusing Twitter Reactions On Star India Acquiring IPL Media Rights
After placing the highest overall bid, Star India got successful in acquiring the worldwide broadcasting rights for TV and digital media of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for a whopping ₹ 16,347.50 crores that too with a single bid. They have earned the IPL media rights for the period of 5 years spanning from 2018 […]
By CricShots - Sep 4, 2017
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