media rights

Following the windfall gains the BCCI made by splitting of digital and TV rights for IPL's 2023-27 cycle, the Indian cricket board has reportedly decided to follow the same template for international cricket to be played in India across the next five-year cycle.

"While we are still finalising the contours of the BCCI media rights auction, we will be unbundling the media rights this time by selling TV and digital rights separately," a BCCI official is quoted as having said in report published by Economic Times .

Apr 17, 2023 20:04
The new media rights deal for international cricket played in India should reportedly be in place by July.  Cricbuzz quotes BCCI secretary Jay Shah as having revealed on Friday that the new deal, for the next cycle of 2023-27, will be signed by July and will kick off with the three-match ODI series against Australia in September. 
Mar 24, 2023 14:03
MUMBAI: Viacom18 Frday announced a new rights deal that will see MotoGP exclusively live-streamed on JioCinema and Sports18. While financial terms were not disclosed, SportzPower can confirm that the tenure of the rights deal is for a minimum of two years, extendable to three.
Jan 09, 2023 16:01
MUMBAI: India’s home season media rights holder Star India is seeking a Rs 130 crore discount on its existing deal, the current cycle for which ends in March. While Team India jersey sponsor BYJU's, which wants an immediate out from its sponsorship agreement, has reportedly told the the BCCI to encash its bank guarantee worth an estimated Rs 140 crore.
Jan 09, 2023 09:01
MUMBAI: The outcome of the media rights auction of the Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL), or the Women's T20 League (if that's the name finally given), due on 16 January, will reportedly determine whether all ten franchises that make up the IPL, will put in team bids.   The Board of Control for Cricket in India's upcoming T20 franchise tournament for women will have five teams. 
Dec 21, 2022 20:12
LAUSANNE: The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Wednesday announced that Viacom18 Media Private Limited (Viacom18) has secured the exclusive media rights to broadcast the Olympic Games Paris 2024, plus non-exclusive rights to the Winter Youth Olympic Games Gangwon 2024, in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Dec 09, 2022 18:12
MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Friday announced the release of Invitation to Tender (ITT) for media rights to the Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL) Seasons 2023-2027.  The IPL governing council has invited bids from "reputed entities" to acquire the media rights for the WIPL seasons 2023-2027, through a tender process. 
Nov 18, 2022 20:11
MUMBAI: Culver Max Entertainment (aka Sony Pictures Networks India) has reportedly bagged the media rights to showcase India's tour of Bangladesh.  Although not officially announced, the development was separately reported by two media platforms. Featuring two Tests and three ODIs, the series will be held from the 4th to the 26th of December. 
Sep 29, 2022 17:09
DUBAI: The International Cricket Council released its next Invitation To Tender (ITT) for media rights for the USA, Australia, Caribbean and Canada markets on Thursday. Following the successful conclusion of the Indian market media rights tender, the ICC is starting the next phase of its media sales process across targeted markets, including the USA.
Sep 28, 2022 20:09
Cricket South Africa (CSA), which has released its invitation to tender (ITT) for India territory media rights across all formats, is reportedly seeking $7 million per game where the Indian team is playing and $240,000 per match for all international fixtures. The $240,000 per match figure also applies to CSA's upcoming SA20 League, Cricbuzz reports. 
Aug 30, 2022 18:08
MUMBAI: Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (Zee) and Disney Star, Tuesday announced that they have entered into a strategic licensing agreement by way of which Disney Star will license the television broadcasting rights of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Men’s and Under 19 (U-19) global events for a period of four years, to ZEE.