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ESPN Star wins ICC global telecast rights

MUMBAI: In what was virtually a come-from-behind victory, ESPN Star Sports has walked away with the audio-visual rights for International Cricket Council (ICC) conducted events for the next eight years from late 2007 to 2015.

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ICC to decide on bids only next month

MUMBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) will be discussing the matter of the sale of its broadcast rights at a meeting of the ICC’s Board only on 9 December.

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Sony withdraws from ICC rights bid process

MUMBAI: Sony Entertainment Television India, the "incumbent" holder of telecast rights for ICC cricket in the subcontinent, has withdrawn from the bidding process for the next round of bids, for which the deadline for bids submission is 10 November.

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Nimbus looks to push genre frontiers with Neo Sports Plus

MUMBAI: Your Gateway to the best sporting action! This is the tagline that Nimbus is using to push its second channel Neo Sports Plus. The channel, which Nimbus says is a sports entertainment offering, has launched today. Sister cricket channel Neo Sports had launched a month back.

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Nimbus pegs 2-channel package price at Rs 58

With the Conditional Access System (CAS) controversy continuing unabated at the broadcasters' level, Nimbus Sports Broadcast has quoted a premium price for two of its channels at Rs 58 to the sector regulator.

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