media-rights

Three days intense bidding for BCCI media rights for five years for domestic and international matches came to end on 5 April with Star India emerging as winner.

Naziya Alvi Rahman and Sonam Saini 06-April-2018

The second day’s bidding started with Rs 4,517 crore and went up consistently to Rs 6,032 crore by the end of the day.

exchange4media Staff 04-April-2018

After the technical evaluation Star India and Sony Pictures Network have qualified for IPL TV broadcast rights while Airtel Reliance Jio Facebook, Times Internet and Star India have qualified for digital rights

exchange4media Staff 05-September-2017

Twitterati immediately took to #IPLMediaRights and reacted on the hot topic even as Lalit Modi, Harsha Bhogle, and cricket analyst Freddie Wilde analysed the numbers

Ronald Menezes 05-September-2017

Airtel, BAM Tech, DAZN / Perform Group and Yahoo have now expressed interest in bidding for the IPL media rights making the count of total of 24

exchange4media Staff 25-August-2017

Around 20 companies such as Star India, SPN, Amazon Seller Services, Reliance Jio Digital Services, Twitter, Facebook, ESPN Digital Media (India), Times Internet, GroupM, Yupp TV and Discovery Networks have reportedly participated in buying bidding documents for IPL media rights

exchange4media Staff 17-August-2017

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