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Guest Column: Star India's IPL deal raises three crucial questions

“Astronomical”, “whopping” and “staggering” were some of the words used to describe Star Group’s consolidated global bid of $2.55 billion for the media rights of the Indian premier League (IPL). Several newspapers described it as the “costliest” cricket property in the world.

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Comment: With IPL rights Uday Shankar gambles audaciously, must plan pragmatically

The numbers were close to what we at indiantelevision.com were betting on. In conversations with senior executives from various companies, we had predicted that the telecast rights to the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI)’s Indian Premier League (IPL) would fetch it around twice the...

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IPL has come to the rightful home of cricket in India: Star's Uday Shankar

Star India chairman and CEO Uday Shankar today said that the winning bid figure for IPL media rights of approximately $ 2.55 billion (Rs. 163475 million) was the "right" amount for a property as exciting as the Indian Premier League and justified the acquisition by asserting the competitiveness in...

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Star bids highest for BCCI's IPL media & digital rights and is the winner

MUMBAI: Star India has been investing heavily in Indian sport. And that investment - and promise to invest more - got the vote of confidence from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) when its  offer of Rs 16,3475 million or Rs 16347.5 crore or approximately $ 2.55 billion proved high...

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IPL chief Shukla recuses from 'live-streaming' media rights auction

MUMBAI: The BCCI has planned to live-stream the bidding process for awarding media rights of the Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights on 4 September. Although an appeal by Rajya Sabha MP Subramanium Swamy's for e-auction was struck down by the Supreme Court, this seems to be 'transparent' part...

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