From Rs 8,200 Crore in 2008, BCCI sees 5x jump


IPL Media Rights: IPL E-Auction Live – The Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights has been sold and it is sold for five times more than the previous IPL broadcasting rights. According to reports, the final count is Rs 43, 255 crores for Television rights a staggering 57.5 crore per game. The outcome so far IPL E-Auction proceedings is that there is a winner for the TV rights. But that name is yet to be revealed. Here is all you need to know about IPL Media Rights. Follow IPL media rights and IPL E-auction Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.

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IPL Media Rights: From Rs 8,200 Crore in 2008, BCCI sees 5x jump in IPL broadcasting rights – All You Need to Know about IPL Media Rights

IPL Media Rights: Sony bags a lucrative contract for 10 years – It all started with Sony bagging IPL media rights for a huge amount of 8,200 crores in 2017. Sony had IPL rights for 10 long years.

When did Star India buy had IPL Media rights?

Star India then picked up from Sony for Rs 16,348 for a five years for a hike of 4x

Who are the bidders for IPL 2023 Media Rights?

Sony, Zee, Star+ Disney, and Viamcom18 are the bidders who have bid for IPL 2022 Media Rights. The winner has purchased IPL Media Rights for 43,255

IPL Media Rights: From Rs 8,200 Crore in 2008, BCCI sees 5x jump in IPL broadcasting rights – All You Need to Know about IPL Media Rights

 What price did the IPL digital Media Rights were sold?

The IPL Media Rights for digital was sold for 48 crore

Can IPL TV Media Rights holders buy digital pack also?

The IPL TV Media Rights buyer can also challenge the highest bid for digital

The BIG DAY for the BCCI and the Indian cricket has started delivering results. The BOARD is up for WINDFALL. The 1st Day of the BIDDING will end at 6 PM. Bids have crossed 43,000 Crore mark (USD 5.5 Billion). Package A and B got on BLOCKS first.

According to the latest info with InsideSport, Package A is currently at 23,000 and Package B of Digital Rights for India is at 20,500 Crore. The primary fight is between Disney Star vs Sony Network vs Reliance Viacom18 for the BROADCAST RIGHTS.

The other contender in the fray ZEE is bidding for the Digital Rights and competing with Hotstar & Reliance Jio (Viacom18).

IPL Media Rights: From Rs 8,200 Crore in 2008, BCCI sees 5x jump in IPL broadcasting rights – All You Need to Know about IPL Media Rights

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