Exclusive Mini-report Now Available: THE SPORTS MARKET Insight: The ICC’s Media Rights and the Cricket World Cup
Catch up on All the Media Rights Details of the Cricket World Cup and Future Tournaments with Sportcal.com’s New Publication
In December 2006, the International Cricket Council negotiated the sale of its media rights to ESPN Star Sports for $1.1 billion. In doing so it bucked an apparent trend for shorter-term and more piecemeal rights arrangements while also more than doubling the value of its previous deal.
Sportcal.com’s new 11-page commercial mini-report THE SPORTS MARKET Insight: The ICC’s Media Rights and the Cricket World Cup takes an in-depth look at this landmark agreement, the factors that persuaded ESPN Star Sports to make such an investment and how the value of the sport's flagship competitions has grown since the start of the decade.'
The mini-report, which is available both online via PDF and as a hard copy, tells the story of the competing commercial forces that led to the agreement of the new media rights deal, together with the media rights arrangements for the 2007 Cricket World Cup and other events in the previous rights deal, including the Champions Trophies of 2006 and 2004 and the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
There is also a section detailing ESPN Star Sports’ complete sports rights portfolio. The mini-report contains 12 tables packed with exclusively-researched facts and figures and concludes with contact details for the ICC and ESPN Star Sports.
The ICC’s Media Rights and the Cricket World Cup is the first in a new series of mini-reports from Sportcal.com published under the banner THE SPORTS MARKET Insight. The mini-reports aim to analyse developments in the sports market in a concise format that tells you all you need to know in a quick, easy-reference guide.
They are available instantly in PDF electronic form once an online purchase is made.
The ICC’s Media Rights and the Cricket World Cup costs £195 per copy, with a special discount price of £145 for existing Sportcal.com subscribers.
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