digital streaming rights

MUMBAI: Indian cricket's serial conflict-of-interest petitioner has taken aim yet again. This time at Nita Ambani, owner of Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians. 

BCCI ethics officer Vineet Saran has asked Ambani, also a Reliance Industries Ltd director, to respond to a conflict-of-interest complaint made by former Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) member Sanjeev Gupta. 

Feb 10, 2022 15:02
MUMBAI: Dream Sports-owned sports streamer FanCode has secured the exclusive digital streaming rights for the Oman T20 Series for the India territory.  The quadrangular series will kick-off February 11. Fans in India can catch all the action live on FanCode App and 
Dec 03, 2021 12:12
MUMBAI: The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Viacom18 Friday announced a three-year partnership to deliver live NBA games and programming to fans in India across television and over-the-top streaming.
Oct 22, 2019 09:10
MUMBAI: The bean counters at the English Premier League must be licking their chops at the news coming out from Reliance Industries Ltd, India’s largest private-sector enterprise. 
Sep 30, 2019 12:09
MUMBAI: The rise of streaming is bringing major sporting events to a global audience and pushing up media rights revenues. This will drive media sport rights revenues up 75% over the period 2018 till 2025 from $48.6 billion to $85.1 billion, according to a study from Rethink TV, the specialist video forecasting arm of Rethink Technology Research.
Sep 23, 2019 18:09
ATLANTA: YuppTV, a leading video OTT platform for South Asian content, has acquired the digital streaming rights for BCCI Home Season 2019-20. YuppTV's rights cover all its users in continental Europe (non-exclusive), SAARC countries (except India), Central and South America, and Central Asia.   Cricket fans in the Middle-East region can also stream the Paytm South Africa tour of India on the YuppTV platform.
Jul 26, 2019 17:07
NEW DELHI: India’s first official amateur boxing League is set to increase its broadcast reach and coverage significantly. With potential Olympic medallists at Tokyo 2020 and several stars have emerged from the sport, boxing’s popularity and fan following in India is at an all-time high.