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Sony India renews partnership with Australian Open

The LIVE coverage of the Australian Open 2023 will start from 16th to 29th January 2023 exclusively on Sony Sports Network & livestream it on SonyLIV app.

Sony Pictures Networks India acquires exclusive media rights for Lanka Premier League 2022

The third season of Lanka Premier League will be broadcast LIVE across Sony Sports Ten 1 & Sony Sports Ten 5 channels, starting from 6th December 2022.
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Ashish Golwalkar moves on from Sony Pictures Networks India

At SPNI, he was working as Head Of Content Sony, Digital Business, and SET.

Sony Pictures Networks bags exclusive Television & Digital rights for DFB-Pokal

The partnership makes Sony Pictures Networks the home for German football in India.
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Rohit Gupta quits Sony Pictures Networks India

Rohit was responsible for advising the senior management on major industry trends and developments.

ZEE - Sony Merger receives an approval from Stock Exchanges

The approvals permit the company to proceed with the next steps in the overall merger process.

SPN India acquires exclusive media rights for Roland-Garros in India and the Indian Subcontinent

2022 Roland-Garros to take place between May 22, 2022 – Jun 5, 2022.

Sony Pictures Networks India bags exclusive rights to broadcast Asia’s biggest multi-sporting event, 2022 Asian Games

The deal spanning from November 2021 to September 2023 will also give Sony Sports Network exclusive rights to produce clips.

Synergies in content but overlap in leadership: takeaways from ZEEL-Sony proposed merger

SPNI and ZEEL together will have over Rs 13,500 crore in revenues, 75 channels and a workforce of around 4,000. The two organisations have different cultures, but subtle similarities.

ZEEL-Sony proposed merger; Punit Goenka to remain MD & CEO, Sony to hold majority after infusion

The resultant merger ratio is expected to result in 47.07 per cent of the merged entity being held by ZEEL shareholders and the balance 52.93 per cent of the merged entity to be held by SPNI shareholders.