April 16, 2019
ISLAMABAD - Ten Sports, owned by Sony Entertainment, India, may not be able to broadcast the ICC World Cup to Pakistani viewers as its license of landing rights is likely to be revoked soon for its Indian origin.
The decision follows the blackout of Pakistan Super League broadcast in India, and cancellation of the production contract of PSL rights in the middle of the tournament by Indians to harm Pakistan’s commercial interests.
Ten Sports, previously with Zee Network, India which is now owned by Sony Entertainment, India, and is represented in Pakistan by Tower Sports Pvt. Ltd., Karachi.
Sony Entertainment recently ran an industry-wide campaign in India flaunting its role in getting PSL broadcast suspended in India for a national cause.
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