ATN wins Canadian rights for India, Sri Lanka, West Indies triangular

MUMBAI: After a long gap Saurav's boys return to the field on 30 July when they take on Sri Lanka and the West Indies in a one day triangular. While the event will air in India on Ten Sports, Asian Television Network International Limited (ATN) has announced that it has secured the rights for Canada.

The Canadian broadcaster will also show the test matches betwen Sri Lanka and the West Indies from today 13 July 2005. The test matches will be shown on Commonwealth Broadcasting Network (CBN) currently available on Rogers channel 640. CBN will also rebroadcast the games. ATN will soon announce its plans for the telecast of the ODI's.

ATN owns and operates six television channels and has been awarded more licenses by Canada's regulatory body CRTC. ATN has alliances with Indian channels like Zee, B4U, Sony, Alpha Punjabi, Jaya TV, ARY Digital, NDTV, ATN Bangla and Aastha TV. ATN is also expanding its services to the radio market. Canadian Satellite Radio (CSR) and ATN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding production for the Mosaic channel. CSR is associated with XM Satellite for coverage across Canada and the US.

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