NEWS: TalkSport’s New Broadcasting Rights Exclude Women’s Internationals

CRICKETher has learned that TalkSport’s new radio broadcasting rights, which cover England Men’s forthcoming winter tours to Sri Lanka and West Indies, do not include either the Women’s World T20 or England Women’s winter internationals.

While in the past the rights have generally been sold as a package, with the BBC covering both the men’s and women’s tours, this time around the women’s matches appear to have been offered up as a separate set of rights which were not purchased by TalkSport.

The WWT20 will take place in West Indies in November as a standalone women’s tournament. In addition, the Women’s International Championship dictates that England will play at least 3 ODIs over the winter, though the formal schedule has yet to be announced.

This potentially leaves the way open for the BBC to bid for the broadcasting rights for these matches, which could help to fill the hole in their schedules which the loss of these men’s overseas tours has created.

One thought on “NEWS: TalkSport’s New Broadcasting Rights Exclude Women’s Internationals

  1. Good. I am 100% certain that had rights to the women’s matches been included, TalkSport would never in a million years have broadcast them.

    Hopefully the BBC will take it on. Can’t see any reason why not.

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