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Disney Renews Premier League Deal in India

Disney renewed its deal with the English Premier League in India. The deal represents a reduction in price from the last cycle.

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Disney Targets Younger Fans with Sports Betting

Disney is looking to sports betting to boost ESPN as people drop their cable subscriptions. It could license its name to a sportsbook.

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Apple, Nike Among Many Companies Halting Sales in Russia

Apple, Nike, and numerous other companies are halting business in Russia. Apple had opened an office in Moscow in February.

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Streamers Love Cricket More than You Know

Media rights for the Indian Premier League are up for grabs and giants like Disney and Paramount are vying to stream one of the world’s most popular sports.

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Reliance Leads Consortium Bidding For IPL Rights

A consortium headed by Reliance Industries and its television partner Viacom is reportedly bidding for IPL broadcasting rights.

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Indian Premier League Rights Likely to Top $5B

Rights for the Indian Premier League could top $5 billion over five years. Disney-owned Star India currently holds the rights.

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Peloton Shareholder Calls For CEO Removal, Sale

Peloton shareholder Blackwells Capital sent a letter to the fitness company’s board of directors calling for the removal of CEO John Foley.

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Disney Wins EPL Rights In 10 Countries

Disney has reportedly entered a renewed agreement to become the exclusive broadcaster of the English Premier League across South America.

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AR Contact Lens Startup Raises $45M, Partners with Adidas

AR contact lens developer Mojo Vision from investors including the Amazon Alexa Fund. The company is targeting fitness enthusiasts.

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With Full Control of Disney, Bob Chapek Will Lean Into Sports

With Bob Iger resigning as chairman, Bob Chapek is taking full control of Disney. Chapek has shown a deep commitment to sports.

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