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Value creation is the prism through which we evaluate sports: Rahul Johri

Zee Entertainment Enterprises president business for South Asia Rahul Johri stated that the company evaluates every sports property through the prism of value creation for its stakeholders. It was the only Indian company that participated in the recently concluded e-auction for the Indian Premier...

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BCCI announces an increase in the monthly pensions of former cricketers and umpires

MUMBAI: At a time when the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) e-auction is making the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) richer by over Rs 46,000 crore, the board has announced a hike in monthly pensions of former cricketers (both men and women) and former umpires. More than 75 percent...

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2022 IPL media rights value touches Rs 46,700 crore on Day 2

The TV and digital broadcast rights for the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the 2023-2027 seasons have been sold at a combined Rs 44,075 crore for 410 matches.

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TAM Sports IPL 15 report: ad volumes up 11% compared to IPL 14

Mumbai: According to a TAM Sports report, ad volume in season 15 of the Indian Premier League (IPL15) increased by 11 per cent per channel compared to the previous season. While ad volume increased, viewership dropped 20-25 per cent this season compared to IPL 14. According to the research, the...

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IPL media rights likely to touch Rs 50, 000-60,000 crore: Elara Capital

The next cycle of the cash-rich T20 League Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights is expected to touch Rs 50,000-60,000 crore during the period 2023-2028, said Elara Capital in a note on June 7.

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