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ITW Consulting bags in-stadia ad rights for Ind & Aus tours of SA 2018

ITW Consulting, India-based sports management company, has acquired in-stadia advertising rights for the Indian and Australian Tours of South Africa for 2017/2018. ITW Consulting rights will market and sell these in-stadia advertising rights to non-South African companies and entities.

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Indians may share personal data online, brands must act responsibly: Kantar TNS

Connected consumers in India are far more trusting than other countries in the region when it comes to their online activities, according to Kantar TNS’s latest Connected Life research. In comparison to the rest of the world, they are more open to sharing their personal data if it improves their...

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Sony India acquires Cricket Australia's subcontinental media rights for six years

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) has acquired the exclusive media rights for all men’s international matches played in Australia, beginning with the Magellan Ashes Series starting from 22 November to 8 January 2017( five test matches). The term of the deal is six years and will cover...

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Twenty20: CSA may curtail plans, reduce licence fee as broadcast rights decline

MUMBAI: Cricket South Africa (CSA) may be planning to reduce its franchise fees, as it girds up its loins for for GT20. CSA is in the process curtailing its Twenty20 Global League plans, and will reduce the fees for franchises as it faces declining broadcast rights.

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Rocky and Mayur show offers unconventional take on Australia, says Living Foodz' Amit Nair

Get ready for an Aussie adventure this September, as India’s favourite foodie duo Rocky Singh and Mayur Sharma take you on a trip Down Under with their latest show ‘Rocky and Mayur’s Offbeat Australia’, which will air on Living Foodz, starting 22 September.

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