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Prasana Krishnan quits as Sony Sports cluster business head

Prasana Krishnan has stepped down from his position as the Business Head (Sports) in Sony Pictures Network India. Prasana, without divulging other details, has confirmed...

IOC, SPN confirm Tokyo 2020 Olympics broadcast deal

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today announced that Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has been awarded the broadcast rights in India and the Indian...

NBA releases India-centric TVC after Prime Time weekend game schedule

NBA is leaving no stones unturned to extend its footprint in India. After having announced weekly game schedule for Indian television prime time, world’s...

WWE seeks its biggest media rights deal from India market

Television audience ratings will establish the fact that WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) remains the most-watched sports in India after cricket. When there is no considerable cricket...

Cricket ka king Kaun?: Star promotes India-NZ series as Kane vs...

King, Kohli and Kane are the key selling points for Star Sports broadcast of the upcoming India-New Zealand limited overs series. The Star Sports campaign...

India-Australia 1st ODI: Watch Live India’s quest for a winning start...

India’s historic Test series win over Australia, first for an Asian national Down Under, is history now. Virat Kohli and company are training their...

Sony Sports’ ex VP Marketing Kedar Teny joins marketing consultancy

Tilt Brand Solutions, the marketing consultancy, brand communication, content and production services company, has appointed Kedar Teny as Chief Strategy Officer. Teny will be responsible...

Indian Idols lend voice to Tata Motors Wrestling Anthem

They are young. They are melodious. They are emerging as next gen voices of Indian entertainment industry. They are Indian idols. And they have...

India’s Tour of Australia: Catch LIVE the must win tie for...

India are on the back foot at the onset of their two-month tour of Australia. The tour opener – the 1st T20 international at Brisbane –...

Over 500 mn watched football on Sony Network in FY2017-18: Rajesh...

More than 500 million people have watched football content on Sony Pictures Network sports channels in the last financial year. Inspired by the numbers,...