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Star Bharat might not be ready to charge premium on ad spots Australia V/s New Zealand match

India’s exit from the¬†Cricket World Cup 2015 has bumped off broadcaster Star India’s power to charge premium on
the publicity Advertise spots it’s unbroken aside for Sunday’s final, say media shopping for corporations. The rates for Thursday’s
India-Australia semi-final match were, in fact, above what Star had hoped for associate Australia and New Zealand final,
which goes to be the case currently, they say.

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And, in any case, ad sales for World Cup broadcasting did not acquire this point, aforementioned high of a top media shopping for
agency. in keeping with the chief govt of another media shopping for firm, the thrill was missing as a result of the temporal order of the
matches hasn’t been clock time. “There were too several simple games. And, the tournament was aloof from Asian nation, that the home
ground advantage was missing. Besides, Indian premier league(IPL), being right when the globe Cup, has given advertisers a option to decide
which tournament would offer them higher ROI.” each executives didn’t need to be named.
Cricket-crazy Bharat is that the biggest marketplace for the game. Indian corporations like Reliance Communications and MRF square measure
among the most business partners of the
International Cricket Council(ICC).

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