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Disney Star extends run with ICC’s India media rights for 4 more years
Incidentally, there were only four bidders for the India rights, including Viacom18, Sony Pictures Networks India and Zee Entertainment Enterprises. “Disney Star won following a single-round sealed bid process, which has yielded a significant uplift to the rights fee from the previous cycle, continuing the impressive growth and reach of cricket,” the ICC said.

After winning IPL TV rights, Disney Star wins ICC media rights for Indian market
The ICC further said Disney Star emerged as the winner following a single-round sealed bid process which has yielded a significant uplift to the rights fee from the previous cycle continuing the impressive growth and reach of cricket.

The fall of Bollywood’s hubris as OTTs, regional movies’ reel journey through magnum opus to hinterland steal limelight
The rise of the OTTs, the changing preference of audience in new India, the social media boycott trend for various reasons, faltering content quality and the power shift to the south with the emergence of Baahubali-like Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam movies, all have played a role in the dwindling box office collection for the opening day of Hindi movies. While we can't blame the factors, it is for certain that the hubris of Hindi movies' Friday blockbuster day is shaken.

OTT about to dethrone multiplexes as India's go-to entertainment option
The report forecast OTTs to become a Rs 12,000-crore market by 2023 — a major jump from Rs 2,590 crore in 2018. This rise reflects a compound annual growth of 36 per cent.

ICC media auction: Broadcasters in a fix after PwC exit
They have asked ICC for reasons that led to PwC's exit and pointed out that the development only "re-affirms" the material concerns that the broadcasters have had all along in the auction process. However, a source close to the ICC board told ET that PwC is still providing ICC support.


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