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Star India acquires Cricket South Africa media rights till 2024
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Star India Acquires Cricket South Africa Media Rights Untill 2024

Star India has bagged broadcasting deal the media rights of Cricket South Africa (CSA) till the end of the 2023/24 cricket season. The deal will begin with England’s tour to South Africa starting on the 27th of November 2020. The agreement grants Star India exclusive rights across linear and digital mediums including all India tours

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MI vs CSK, Pitch report, IPL 2020, UAE, MS Dhoni
Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni with the IPL trophy (Image Credit: BCCI.)
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IPL 2020 To Be Streamed On Disney+Hotstar Premium

Fans across India will have to pay a considerable amount if they want to watch the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Disney+Hotstar. Unlike the previous editions, the streaming for the upcoming edition will come at a premium now. Consequently, the fans, who wish to watch IPL on digital screens, will have

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Hostar, IPL
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Hotstar Exits From The IPL Associate Sponsorship Deal

Hotstar, the online streaming platform of Star India, has withdrawn their Associate sponsorship deal with Indian Premier League (IPL). Read More: CSA Reveals Why Dale Steyn Is Not In the T20I Squad For The Upcoming India Tour According to the reports, IPL Associate sponsorships are currently worth INR 40-80 crores per year. Hotstar, who were

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Hold talks with PCB in Kolkata, Mamata tells BCCI
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Star India Urges BCCI to Show Political and Religious Advertisements During IPL

The official broadcaster of Indian Premier League, Star India Pvt Ltd has conveyed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India of a specific clause in their existing Media Rights Agreement pertaining to slotting of religious and political advertisements during live matches of the tournament and also in the highlights package. The Media Rights

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Prasar Bharti
Star India and DD to share revenue over IPL 2018. Photo Credit: Web.
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Prasar Bharti Scores Big Win Over Star India in IPL Ads Revenue Negotiations

In what can be considered as a major win for the public broadcaster, Prasar Bharti. However, Star India had originally won the bid to broadcast the Indian Premier League (IPL), last year. Both organizations have agreed to share the advertising profits equally for the upcoming season. The two parties were negotiating for over a month with

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CSK IPL 2018
CSK are making a return to IPL after two years. Photo Credit: IPL.
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IPL 2018: Uncertainty looms large over broadcasting of matches

The edition 11 of Indian Premier League (IPL) will begin on April 7, this year. Chennai Super Kings take on Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium. With just two days left for IPL to start, there are still a lot of doubts over the broadcasting of the T20 professional domestic league. According to Mumbai Mirror, BCCI and

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IPL 2018: South Indian movie star Jr NTR promotes IPL in Telegu

The brand new edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) is nearing its start. Meanwhile, with few days left, the broadcasters are trying their level best to promote the league. The Star India are the prime broadcasters of the event this season. Moreover, they have roped in Telugu star Jr NTR to promote the tournament on the television. Most

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Prasar Bharti
Star India and DD to share revenue over IPL 2018. Photo Credit: Web.
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Star India to target IPL 2018 reaching 700 million fans

Gurugram, Jan 17: Indian Premier League’s (IPL) new broadcaster Star India on Wednesday said it is targeting an unprecedented reach of 700 million Twenty20 cricket fans across TV and Digital platforms. Sanjay Gupta, Managing Director, Star India, said at a press meet that through multiple attractive initiatives, they will try their best to ensure that the

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BCCI, Sony, Indian Premier League, Media Rights, Pay Dispute, 125 Crore, Star India
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Controversy Strikes BCCI and Sony for 125-crore Pay Dispute

After Star India pipped Sony Pictures Network (SPN) to seal the deal for the next five years for the Indian Premier League (IPL) broadcast media rights, BCCI had entangled in an ugly dispute with the Sony Pictures Network (SPN) over the multi-crore payment deal when Lalit Modi was league’s commissioner. The Sony management, however, has

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Uday Shankar Believes Media Rights For IPL "Were Not Very Expensive"
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Uday Shankar Believes Media Rights For IPL “Were Not Very Expensive”

Star India bought the media rights for the IPL for a whopping Rs 16, 437 crores for a five-year period from 2018 to 2022. Star India piped Sony entertainment who had broadcasted the league for past the ten years. Star also has the rights to telecast India’s home season, England’s home season and Australia’s home

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