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New Delhi, March 24, 2019
Kalli Purie, Vice-Chairperson, India Today Group said, \"India Today Group is really excited to partner with the most anticipated cricketing event of 2019. This partnership of Aaj Tak with Kings XI Punjab is a coming together of the biggest in news with the biggest in Sports.\"


Ajita Shashidhar
April 14, 2015
IPL will take quite a bit of hard work on the part of the teams to attract serious sponsorship money that is for the long term and is not tactical.


Amit Shanbaug
Mumbai, October 13, 2010
Advertisers are of the opinion that Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab expulsion will not have too much impact on either the brand IPL or the money that it would generate.


Anusha Subramanian
March 16, 2010
The bids for the two new Indian Premier League (IPL) teams may have come a cropper in the first round, but it wouldn't unduly worry Lalit Modi.


Anusha Subramanian with Dhiman Chattopadhyay
February 2, 2010
IPL spelt big bucks right from its birth. But in 2010, the league has taken a big leap forward and the business is set to explode by the time IPL 4 comes around.


Shamni Pande
May 30, 2009
Will the foreign venue and costs associated with it and increased rates for advertisers dent the earnings of various stakeholders in IPL’s second season? BT finds out.


Shamni Pande & Anusha Subramanian
April 2, 2009
After some hard-nosed bargaining, IPL 2 buries the hatchet with the sponsors and the broadcaster.


Anusha Subramanian
February 19, 2009
Pay top dollar for the best, and go easy on the rest—that seemed to be the motto at the player auctions for the second season of the Indian Premier League.


Shamni Pande
October 16, 2008
An overwhelming 94 per cent of corporate executives in India are aware of the social networking phenomenon and 79 per cent are actually members of one or more social networking sites. Although social networking accounts for only a miniscule share of the ad pie, it could well become the 'next big thing' for advertisers. A report by Shamni Pande.


Shamni Pande and Tejeesh N.S. Behl
May 14, 2008
Hard-nosed and uber-successful tycoons like Mukesh Ambani,Vijay Mallya and others paid millions for their IPL teams and players. The revenues they earn by way of ticket sales, team sponsorships, merchandising, etc., are expected to rise each year, thus making it easier for them to become profitable as the years go by. BT's Shamni Pande and Tejeesh N.S. Behl report.


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