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HC hearing on Nimbus challenge to telecast ordinance on 12 February

NEW DELHI: Even as the Delhi High Court today refused to stay the operation of the ordinance promulgated last week making it mandatory for private sports channels to share live feed of any international sports event with Prasar Bharati, the telecast controversy is coming up for hearing in two...

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BCCI has shown the money, awaited is the promised dawn

When it comes to India cricket nothing is impossible! The sheer scale of revenues that the BCCI has been able to extract from its cricket property today stands at a mind-boggling $ 752 million (Rs 33.54 billion). Rs 27.24 billion for the media rights that have gone to Nimbus Communications, Rs 4.15...

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WSG-Nimbus pockets Sri Lanks cricket rights

The Emerald island is going to see a lot of Harish Thawani, the promoter of media firm Nimbus Communications. The reason: Thawani has in partnership with the World Sports Group bagged the rights for Sri Lankan cricket for the next three years. The deal covers 14 tours and would involve 180 days of...

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Satish Menon joins Nimbus as sports & media president

MUMBAI: Satish Menon, who recently left Sahara One, is joining Nimbus Communications as president - sports and media. He will be based in Mumbai and report to chief executive officer Digvijay Singh. Menon will look after the Indian operations of Nimbus' sports and media businesses. The...

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No news is bad news for Nimbus

Although the news and current affairs programmes to air from 26 January might attract better viewership than the ones on sickly DD News, due to be given a quiet burial on Republic Day, the timing could not have been worse.

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