PKL commissioner Anupam Goswami interview: 'Reserve price of Rs 900 crore shows our confidence in value of our media rights'
PKL commissioner Anupam Goswami talks to Firstpost about the league's upcoming media rights auction, the reserve price of Rs 900 crore, and why the league is looking for partners in areas like eSports and Virtual Reality
Star Sports' Sanjog Gupta talks on the journey of how India's biggest sports broadcaster innovated and reimagined its functioning to continue production and distribution of sporting content during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sky remains the front-runner to secure them, having shown most of England's tours over the past three decades, the report stated.
A 10-team IPL means 94 games and nearly two and half month window which can throw the international calendar into disarray.
Star India acquires CSA media rights till 2024 for bilateral series, domestic men's franchise matches in South Africa
This will be a first for Star India for a non-India bilateral cricket tournament to be produced in Hindi, in addition to the English feed.
IPL 2020: Viewership for tournament in UAE rises by 23 percent from 2019, says broadcaster Star India
IPL viewership saw a 23% jump versus last year to reach 31.57 million average impressions.
As Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi turns 20, a look at how it shaped Star India's profile, and that of Hindi TV
Sometime in February or March of 2000 Ekta Kapoor pitched the idea of a daily prime-time soap, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. The idea: examine what happens when a daughter-in-law becomes a mother-in-law.
TRAI this month ordered direct-to-home and cable operators to double the number of channels they offer.
The Making of Star India: Vanita Kohli-Khandekar's book on Rupert Murdoch’s Indian TV foray is a must-read
Vanita Kohli-Khandekar’s The Making of Star India is a detailed treatise of the news baron Rupert Murdoch’s greatest adventure as well as the tale of India’s tryst with television
Hotstar Specials' first slate to include Indian adaptations of The Office, Criminal Justice, Hostages
Hotstar Specials has announced four shows, three of which are Indian remakes of popular international series. City of Dreams is an original show that will be helmed by Nagesh Kukunoor
Hotstar Specials: Star India collaborates with Salman Khan, Kabir Khan, among others for new OTT platform
Hotstar had tapped several filmmakers and actors, including Salman Khan, Kabir Khan and Nagesh Kukunoor for Hotstar Specials
Star India ICC said in a Twitter post that it had reached out to the accuser through two emails on the ID provided by her through her tweets
JioTV and Hotstar users in India would be able to view all televised India-cricket matches.
Flipkart eyes stake in Star India’s Hotstar; steps up battle with Amazon by expanding into video content
A Hotstar representative denied any such talks with Flipkart, but said it was open to partnerships that can help grow the Internet ecosystem in India and beyond.
Star once again outbid Sony and Reliance Jio as BCCI laughed all the way to the bank, having clinched another billion dollar deal.
The e-auction of television and digital rights, a first in cricket, was not concluded but the Indian board (BCCI) received a bid of 44.4 billion Indian rupees ($683 million) for consolidated global rights from an unidentified bidder.
Amazon Prime Video looking to expand on regional content to take on local players in the online streaming market
Asked if Amazon could begin streaming cricket in India, the executives said they were looking at sports content opportunities globally.
IPL 2018: Franchises to get Rs 250 crore annually from BCCI's central revenue, four times more than what they got earlier
The IPL teams will now receive a sum of Rs 250 crore a year from the BCCI, which is a 24 percent increase from the Rs 60 crore that they used to receive annually in the last 10 years of the league's existence.
Star India expands territory in Indian cricket, wins audio-production rights for IPL, BCCI's domestic matches
The service agreement and the contract term will cover one season of the IPL (2018) and one season of domestic cricket (2018-2019), Choudhary said.
Airtel has tied up with Hotstar to bring live sports, TV shows and movies on the Airtel TV app, but no word out on premium content
According to the company, all content on Airtel TV app will be free for its prepaid and postpaid customers on a promotional basis till June 2018.