Sony Pictures Networks India

MUMBAI: Culver Max Entertainment (aka Sony Pictures Networks India), Wednesday confirmed the acquisition of exclusive television rights to broadcast the upcoming India tour of Bangladesh, which will include three one-day internationals and two Tests. 

The matches will air LIVE on Sony Sports Ten 5, Sony Sports Ten 3 and Sony Sports Ten 4 channels exclusively for the territory of India.

India and Bangladesh will clash in the first ODI on December 4, and it is the first time since 2015 when the Men in Blue will be touring Bangladesh.

Nov 18, 2022 20:11
MUMBAI: Culver Max Entertainment (aka Sony Pictures Networks India) has reportedly bagged the media rights to showcase India's tour of Bangladesh.  Although not officially announced, the development was separately reported by two media platforms. Featuring two Tests and three ODIs, the series will be held from the 4th to the 26th of December. 
Oct 18, 2022 19:10
MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) has bagged the exclusive media rights to broadcast the 2022-23 season of the DFB-Pokal. 
Oct 13, 2022 17:10
MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights for the Vedanta Delhi Half Marathon (VDHM) 2022, promoted by Procam International. Pertinently, the development also marks the first time that a Procam running event will not be showcased on Star Sports. 
Oct 04, 2022 18:10
MUMBAI: The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Tuesday approved the $10 billion merger of Zee Entertainment Enterprises with Sony Pictures Networks India, while imposing several conditions to prevent Zee-Sony from abusing the merged entity's dominant market position.
Sep 08, 2022 10:09
MUMBAI: The Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Wednesday directed Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (Zee) to convene a shareholders' meet on October 14 for approving the merger with Culver Max Entertainment (Sony Pictures Networks India).
Sep 01, 2022 17:09
DID THE HEAD HONCHOS AT The Walt Disney Company not read their own memo? That certainly appears to be the case considering how far beyond even the most aggressive projections was the winning bid made by Disney Star to ensure the ICC TV and digital rights to both men’s and women’s global cricket events for the next 4-year cycle were kept "in house". 
Aug 25, 2022 17:08
MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has confirmed the inking of a three-year deal to broadcast the US Open starting with the 2022 edition, a development first reported by SportzPower last week.  For the record, Disney Star was the incumbent rights holder.
Aug 19, 2022 15:08
MUMBAI: This is interesting. It looks like Disney Star has taken a strategic call to let go media rights to the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the calendar year. The rights have been picked up by Sony Pictures Networks India. Without any fanfare it needs mentioning.
Aug 10, 2022 14:08
MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) Wednesday confirmed the extension of its partnership with England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for the exclusive television and digital rights for six years until the year 2028 in India along with Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, and Maldives. 
Aug 02, 2022 13:08
MUMBAI: The price may not be right but the very real possibility of being left without India cricket against any of the "major" countries for the foreseeable future looks to have forced the hand of Sony Pictures Networks India. SportzPower understands that SPN paid a premium to retain its rights to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) across the Indian subcontinent for six more years - 2023 to 2028.