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Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has acquired the domestic rights to the fourth edition of the Tennis Premier League (TPL), which will take place this December

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Network acquired the rights for this year's Chennai Open WTA Tour 250 tennis tournament

Disney Star has renewed its exclusive media rights in India for International Cricket Council events in a four-year deal covering 2024 to 2027

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has added to its portfolio of grand slam tennis tournaments by acquiring rights to the US Open in the Indian subcontinent

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has finalised its rights renewal with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) across the Indian subcontinent for six years, from 2023 to 2028

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks is close to renewing its rights to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) across the Indian subcontinent for six years, 2023 to 2028, SportBusiness…

Disney-owned pay-television broadcaster Star India has acquired Cricket Australia’s media rights in the Indian subcontinent. An official announcement is expected in the coming days, it is understood.

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired exclusive television and digital rights in India and across the Indian subcontinent to the forthcoming 2022 Commonwealth Games

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Network India has acquired exclusive media rights across the Indian subcontinent to the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon

Indian broadcasters have grumbled about several aspects of the International Cricket Council's ongoing sales process for media rights in the market for the 2024-31 period, according to local reports

The Board of Control for Cricket in India yesterday sold the two main packages of domestic media rights for the Indian Premier League, although has not yet confirmed the winners

The value of global media rights for the Indian Premier League is set to more than double in the new cycle, 2023 to 2027, according to media reports in India

Global tech firms Google and Amazon, India's biggest media groups, and other international broadcasters have picked up the bidding documents for the upcoming Indian Premier League rights auction, Bloomberg…

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has secured exclusive platform-neutral rights in the Indian subcontinent for the French Open in a deal running from 2022 to 2024

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks has extended its World Archery media rights deal covering the Indian subcontinent and spanning the 2022 and 2023 seasons

Pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks India has acquired exclusive media rights across the Indian subcontinent for the forthcoming Davis Cup tie between India and Denmark

The Board of Control for Cricket in India, the sport’s governing body in the country, is likely to release its invitation to tender for broadcast rights to the Indian Premier League between February 1…