Indian Subcontinent Digital Rights

NOW THIS DID NOT age well at all. But surprised we are most definitely not! Just a day after yet another headline cropped up (many such have appeared over the last few months) on an impending face-off between Jeff Bezos and Mukesh Ambani over ownership of media rights for world cricket's most valuable property - the Indian Premier League - it can finally be laid to rest. 

Two days ahead of the e-auction of IPL television and digital broadcast rights, came confirmation, Friday, 10th June, that US tech behemoth Amazon will NOT be in the bidding race. 

Jun 27, 2022 05:06
MUMBAI (June 13): At the end of what has been a really topsy turvy day, the Indian Premier League's linear television rights have gone to incumbent Disney Star India (or maybe not?), with a winning bid of Rs 57.5 crore per game, while Viacom18 has secured the digital rights for a mind-boggling price of Rs 50 cr per game.
Jun 27, 2022 05:06
"DIGITAL IS IT! NOT IN THE NEXT RIGHTS CYCLE, BUT NOW!" That, in a nutshell, is the biggest takeaway from what has been an action packed three-day media rights e-auction for the world's most valuable cricket property.
Apr 04, 2022 14:04
SO HERE GOES THE FIRST OF THE PROMISED SEPARATE EXAMINATI0NS of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Invitation to Tender (ITT) for media rights to world cricket's most valuable property. 
Mar 19, 2018 17:03
MUMBAI: The BCCI’s invitation to tender (ITT) for home internationals and domestic matches (for April 2018-March 2023) has set a base price or Per Match Value (PMV) of Rs 330 million for Global Television Rights plus Rest of the World Digital Rights Package (GTVRD), Rs 70 million for the Indian Subcontinent Digital Rights Package (ID) and Rs 400 million for the Global Consolidated Rights Package (GCR), The Hindu re