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TWI excited about winning production rights for Indo-Pak series

02-March-2005
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TWI excited about winning production rights for Indo-Pak series

TWI (UK) Ltd, the largest independent producer, packager and distributor of sports programming in the world, has welcomed the decision of Indian cricket board to award the production rights for the forthcoming India-Pakistan cricket series.

Bill Sinrich, CEO, TWI, said: "TWI is delighted and very proud to be awarded the production contract for the forthcoming Indo-Pak cricket series. TWI is also honoured to be continuing its long-standing relationship with the Indian cricket board. We look forward to producing a high level of coverage consistent with our reputation in the field of live international cricket production and our extensive experience of live cricket television production in India."

TWI annually produces and distributes 6,500 hours of original programming to more than 200 countries covering 200 plus sports, as well as being a global leader in digital sports and entertainment.

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