Featured Story

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...

Read More

Tags: Media, India

More Stories

12/31/14
Indian Captain Retires From Test Cricket

Indian cricket captain MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI "stunningly announced his retirement from Test cricket" Tuesday night after "defying Australia to see his side home to a draw at the MCG," according to Wayne Smith of THE AUSTRALIAN. VIRAT KOHLI , "the man the Australian team loves to hate, will captain ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture, India

12/29/14
I-League Bengaluru In Talks With Arsenal

I-League side Bengaluru FC has confirmed that it is in talks with a Premier League side to "come and play a pre-season friendly" in India sometime in July, according to the DHNS. BFC CEO Parth Jindal said, "I can't obviously give the name of the team but yes there have been talks with a (Premier Lea ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, India

12/22/14
Inaugural ISL Season Dubbed 'Fantastic'

EPL CEO Richard Scudamore described the Indian Super League's first season as a "fantastic success" in "the run-up to Saturday’s grand finale," according to James Crabtree of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Scudamore is "not a disinterested observer: his own league has been advising the upstart ISL." Man ...

Tags: Intercollegiate Forum, India

12/17/14
Supreme Court Asks BCCI For List

India's Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India to "place before it a list of administrators and players having various commercial interests," including in Indian Premier League and the Champions League, according to the PTI. The court sought the information when the ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

12/16/14
Indian SC To Examine BCCI Amendment

The Indian Supreme Court decided to examine the “controversial amendment” in the Board of Control for Cricket in India rules which enables office bearers to own teams in the Indian Premier League and Champions League “amidst raging debate over conflict of interest issue,” acc ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

12/09/14
Ambani Launches ISL Grassroots Program

With "an aim to create a platform for talent-scouting" at the grassroots level across India, Football Sports Development Ltd. Founder & Chair Nita Ambani launched Indian Super League #grassroots football movement at the Dhirubhai Ambani Int'l School in Mumbai, according to the PTI. The ISL #gras ...

Tags: International Football, India

12/04/14
Silver: India The NBA's Next Frontier

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said that the league is "evaluating an option to set up an Indian basketball league and expressed hope that the country can produce some great hoopsters," according to the PTI. Silver: "An Indian league is something we continue to look at." With an increasing number of f ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

12/04/14
Woods' Hero Deal Valued At $8M Annually

Tiger Woods' four-year deal with Hero MotoCorp , based on reports in India, is valued at nearly $8M per year. Hero Managing Dir & CEO Pawan Munjal on Tuesday said that the new deal with Woods will be a critical marketing component of Hero’s entry into the U.S. Almost all of Hero’s t ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, India

12/03/14
Tiger Inks Deal With India's Hero MotoCorp

India-based motorcycle manufacturer Hero MotoCorp has hired Tiger Woods to "promote its brand as it pushes into new markets and aims to double production" to 12 million units annually in the next five years, according to Victor Mallet of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Hero Managing Dir & CEO Pawan Munjal ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, India

11/18/14
Cricketer Named Co-Owner OF HHIL Club

Indian cricketer Suresh Raina has become the second cricketer to be associated with the Hero Hockey India League after he was named on Monday as the co-owner of the Uttar Pradesh Wizards franchise, according to the PTI. Raina's association with HHIL comes "closely on the heels" of Mahendra Singh Dho ...

Tags: Franchises, India

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug