PCB Loses $ 2.25 Million In Media Rights Income For Bangladesh Series

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to incur a financial loss of $ 2.25 million. New Current Affair The United States under “Media Rights Income” because it resolved a dispute with a media rights firm during a Bangladeshi trip to Pakistan. Latest News The dispute arose when an Indian-based media rights firm claimed that Sri Lanka’s trip to Pakistan in December 2019 was the last event to be covered by the firm in accordance with an agreement signed with the PCB in 2015. New Current Affair However Latest News the PCB took the position that the agreement expires in June 2020.

New Current Affair of The PCB demanded $ 6 million worth

The PCB demanded $ 6 million worth of media rights from the firm for a series from Bangladesh consisting of three T20s, two tests, and a one-time ODI, which are conducted in three stages. Latest News The PCB forced the firm to agree to include the Bangladesh series in a contract that expires in June 2020, as it demanded $ 6 million for the series.

Daily Current Affairs Board of Directors Shahraiz Abdullah Khan Rohani

The PCB decided to select a new COO from the organization, appointing Salman to the position of acting COO. New Current Affair Five applications were received from the PCB, including Salman, who seems to have already been selected for this position. Latest News Salman and Ashfak will give an interview to a committee led by Chairman of the PCB Esan Mani, CEO Vasim Khan and member of the Board of Directors Shahraiz Abdullah Khan Rohani. @BulletinHub


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