ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Live Broadcasting TV Channels

August 28, 2010 – 5:05 pm | by omer

ICC International Cricket Council 10th World Cup 2011 will be hosted by India, Sri Lanka, and first time ever co hosted by Bangladesh. Cricket is one of the popular and famous games played all over the world. The ICC World Cup tournament is the biggest event, played after four years in cricket. Specially, In South Asian region, people are mad after cricket game.

AS the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 will be the biggest and famous event of 2011, every TV channel will try to gets World Cup Live broadcasting rights. There is a heavy competition for broadcasting rights between the TV channels. At last, ESPNStar channel got the broadcasting rights for about $2 billion dollars from ICC.

The World Cup Cricket 2011 will be the prime event for the TV channels as it will be watched in more than 200 countries worldwide. Here are some of the TV channels broadcasting the ICC cricket World cup 2010:

  • Afghanistan: Ariana Television Network: Lemar TV
  • Australia: Nine Network and Fox Sports
  • Africa : SABC and Supersport
  • Canada : Asian Television Network (ATN)
  • Europe (excluding UK and Ireland): Eurosport
  • India: ESPNStar and DD National (Doordarsan)
  • Middle East (Including Dubai, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and all): Arab Radio and Television Network
  • New Zealand : Sky Sport
  • Pacific Islands : Sky Pacific
  • Pakistan: GEO Super and Pakistan Television Network (PTN)
  • Sri Lanka : Rupavahini Corporation
  • South Africa : SABC and Supersport
  • South Asia (Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives): ESPNStar
  • United Kingdom and Ireland: Sky Sports
  • United States: DirecTV
  • West Indies : Caribbean Media Corporation
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