Update: BCCI has extended the bid deadline to February 10, 2015 and potential bidders can pick up the tender document until February 9, 2015. An Economic Times report also suggests that the "rest of the world" region includes television and digital rights for United States, United Kingdom and Africa regions. It cites a media planner who said that US and UK had accounted for close to 50% of the total bid value in 2011. Interestingly, the Internet rights for Middle East region is also apparently kept non-exclusive while mobile rights are exclusive. Earlier (Jan 27): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has issued a tender notice, inviting fresh bids for Internet & mobile rights for India & rest of the world region along with certain television & audio rights related to the Indian Premier League (IPL) for three seasons (2015, 2016 & 2017). The tender document will be available from January 22, 2015 to February 2, 2015, and the bids have to be submitted by February 3rd, 12 pm. Rights being offered It looks like BCCI has separated the Internet & mobile rights on a region basis with this tender, offering these rights for Indian subcontinent and the rest of the world regions, unlike in previous tender wherein it offered these rights on a worldwide basis. The media rights being offered are: - Indian subcontinent: Internet & mobile rights. - Rest of the World (Certain Territories): Television, Audio, Internet and Mobile rights. Note that this doesn’t include Television rights for the Indian sub-continent and certain…
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