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Board of Control for Cricket in India Partners with All India Radio to Provide Live Radio Commentary

Author : Odisha Today Bureau | Posted on: 2019-09-11

In an initiative to enhance the coverage of Indian Cricket and take it to the nook and corner of the country, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) yesterday (Tuesday) announced a 2-year radio rights arrangement with All India Radio (AIR).


 

Moreover, this initiative will offer millions of listeners across India the opportunity to follow their favourite sport via live radio commentary.


 

The audio commentary will commence from the 1st game of India’s upcoming Paytm T20I series against South Africa in Dharamsala. In addition to international matches, AIR will also provide coverage for the below men’s and women’s domestic tournaments and matches.


 

Furthermore, the 2-year tenure starts from September 10, 2019, and runs till August 31, 2021.



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