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Broadcasting rights are the fuel for any sport to grow” Matthew Kurlanzik

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MUMBAI: Day 3 of the 20th edition of FICCI FRAMES started with an interesting session on Sports. Titled ‘Sportsonomics: Driving Indian Sports Forward, On And Off The Field’, the session saw coming together of sportspersons, regulators, administrators and industry leaders to analyze business models and policies that will launch next decade of growth for Indian sports.

Moderated by Indian Sports Journalist Ms. Mayanti Langer, the panelists included Mr. Atul Pandey, Chairman, Sports Live Entertainment , Mr. John Medeiros, Chief Policy Officer, AVIA, Mr. Chintamani Rao, Renowned media expert, Mr. Vinit Karnik, Business Head - Entertainment, Sports & Live Events, GroupM, Mr. Nitin Kukreja, Chief Executive Officer, IQuest Enterprises Private. Limited and Mr.Matthew Kurlanzik , Director, Government Relations, Asia, 21St Century Fox.

With Khelo India, sports is being promoted as an important tool not only for physical growth but also for mental strength. The panelists spoke about the importance of creating sports environment on ground level to make India more prominent on international platforms.

While Mr. Atul Pandey spoke about challenges from policy makers perspective, he also mentioned how the opportunities in our country are very high.

Speaking about popularity of Indian Sports outside India Mr. John Medeiros said, “I live in Honk Kong, the cultural sphere is much different but and now I see a lot more Indian sports in our media there then say ten years before. There is a dynamism in India which is flowing out into the rest of the world.”

“The IPL league has created a momentum around sports economic in India and that’s been pretty much driven by private players. The responsibility is not only of the broadcasters but we need to create a holistic environment around sports”. Mr. Nitin Kukreja.

Speaking about taking sports to international platforms, he further added, “We have seen mushrooming of leagues and exposures but at international level sports is a competition. Our medal tally at international level has come down.  We need to take measures to correct and take Indian sports forward at an international level because the recognition, fan attention and money comes from there.”

Mr.Matthew Kurlanzik spoke about how abroad the sports competitions at school and university levels are being broadcast. “It doesn’t only give you a player that has already garnered fan following but also helps creating an environment around that sport.”

“Broadcasting rights are the fuel for any sport to grow.” He added.

“We need to have many more leagues at school level, international coaches come here to coach our students, we need to nurture talent, give him or her right competition exposure, we need to have more international teams come here and play and we need to have that comprehensive piece from sporting side and from marketing point of view. “ concluded Mr. Nitin Kukreja. 

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