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Facebook likely to bid for digital rights of Indian Premier League, faces competition from Amazon, Twitter, Reliance

Zee News Tuesday, 18 October 2016 ()
Considering the fact that Instagram is also owned by Facebook, it could have an edge over the other competitors.
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News video: Twitter & Facebook Purchase Tender For Ipl Media Rights

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Social networking giants Twitter and Facebook are among the 18 entities that have purchased the Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the Indian Premier League’s media rights (broadcast, digital and mobile).

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