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BCCI Reduces Indian Premier League Media Rights Period From 10 To Five Years

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 14 / 17

The Board of Control for Cricket in India decided to reduce the Indian Premier League media rights tender period from 10 years to five, according to K. Shriniwas Rao of the TIMES OF INDIA. The previous media rights tender invitation which was floated on Sept. 19 -- but was not opened on the sch...

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