Quote of the Day

"The arrogance of the Indian cricket board is breathtaking -- but the far-reaching implications are simply Orwellian."
-- Fairfax Media Chief Editorial Dir Garry Linnell, on the BCCI's denial of accreditation to Getty Images, a key supplier of photos to Aussies newspapers and websites. (SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 2/14)
Thursday February 14, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 172 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Newsies Fume Over Blackout

    Australian publishers "are fuming" that they will have to restrict coverage of their national team's tour of India because of "unusually harsh demands from Indian cricket administrators," according to Jesse Hogan of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Less than a week after ABC Radio confirmed it would have no commentary or reporting presence at the India-Australia Test series "due to a dispute about the price and terms of broadcasting rights" demanded by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Getty Images, a key photograph supplier to Australian newspapers and websites, "has been denied accreditation."

  • Face The Music

    Doping officials, crime commission called before "emergency summit."

  • A Tough Decision

    AC Milan President Berlusconi says he might have to seek outside investment.

  • Coming To America

    Bundesliga has eye on expansion into U.S., Indian markets.

  • Fashion Statement

    Japanese women's club NTV Beleza gets partner to market sportswear in U.S.

  • Plugging The Leak

    Wembley officials want construction company to cover repair of leaky roof.

  • Final Days

    British Olympic Association CEO Andy Hunt to leave at end of month.

  • No Bones About It

    Skeleton crews, coaches threaten Sochi test boycott over track conditions.

  • An Early Jump

    K League clubs fined for bribing officials for intel on schoolboy footballers.

  • No Love Match

    Paris, French Tennis Federation hit "another impasse" over Roland Garros redo.

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