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Star India has won the bid and it will pay around Rs. 3,851 crores for BCCI‘s domestic telecast rights, which includes both broadcast and digital rights to cricket in India for the period July 2012 to March 2018. this amount is approximately amounts to Rs. 40 crores per day for the BCCI rights. Star Group’s India CEO Uday Shankar promised that the company would provide good telecast of the matches. “I thank the BCCI for giving Star the broadcast rights. In collaboration with our partnbers ESPN, we will do a commendable job. We have already got channels. But the option of launching a channel if number of matches demand that is always open,” he said. ESPN-Star already has the rights to all ICC events and also the rights to domestic cricket in England and Australia.
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