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BCCI.tv Launched By Global Cricket Ventures, A Live Current Media – NetlinkBlue JV

What is Global Cricket Ventures? The first public announcement from Global Cricket Ventures gives a hint of the issues around the sale of Cricket rights in India. Global Cricket Ventures is a joint venture between two companies - Live Current Media and NetlinkBlue Holding. The rights to the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) website were sold at the same time - just days before the IPL was formed. Live Current Media had bagged only the portal rights, and the live streaming rights to the IPL were sold separately - to Willow.tv in the US (acquired by Reliance), NetlinkBlue for India and separately for the UK and the middle east. Global Cricket Ventures (GCV) combines the live streaming rights for India that NetlinkBlue has, with the official portal rights which Live Current Media acquired for 10 years, for $50 million. This partnership has been around for quite a while now, since IPL matches were being streamed at IPLT20.com. Makes you wonder why the rights were sold separately in the first place... BCCI.tv GCV has launched BCCI.tv, the official site of the BCCI, which like most other cricket websites, features scorecards, statistics, photos, news updates. There are some rather long video clips available online - for example, 50 minute long highlights from each day of the historic 2001 India-Australia series. The site will feature deferred streaming video, probably from matches to which BCCI has the rights, and mobile content, which doesn't appear to…

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