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Company Size

30,000-35,000 employees


London, UK

The Hundred format change ‘not on agenda’ for ECB

CEO Richard Gould says 100-ball format is a point of difference in crowded white-ball market.

Politics & Governance

2 June 2023

Minal Modha | Gianni Infantino thinks European broadcasters should pay more for Women’s World Cup rights… here’s what the data says

Minal Modha, consumer research lead at Ampere Analysis, analyses the potential impact if Fifa's president follows through on his threat to not broadcast this su...


25 May 2023

StreamTime | Inside BBC Sport’s transformation

On this episode of the StreamTime Podcast the BBC's longstanding director of sports, Barbara Slater, gives insights into how the free to air broadcaster is appr...


24 May 2023

The Hundred tipped for ‘very long, successful future’ despite Sanjay Patel exit

100-ball domestic cricket competition's MD will leave at end of 2023 season.

Politics & Governance

24 May 2023

Uefa confirms Women’s Champions League final sellout

More than 34,100 tickets issued for clash between Barcelona and Woflsburg in Eindhoven.

Politics & Governance

16 May 2023

Test cricket could switch to once-a-year event, says Rajasthan Royals owner

Manoj Badale suggests shift to Wimbledon-style showpiece to boost fan interest.

Politics & Governance

5 May 2023

WSL can be a UK£1bn league “within a decade”, says chair

Dawn Airey wants women’s soccer league to remain on FTA in next rights deal.

Media Rights

25 April 2023

Report: FA considers ending Saturday 3pm blackout for FA Cup

English soccer body hopes selling additional matches will increase tournament’s rights value.

Politics & Governance

31 March 2023