TV channels list broadcasting Indian Premier League (IPL) 2010 from March’12 in all continents and countries. Also find the schedule of the channel numbers with their match start times.
US – Direct TV, Youtube
Direct TV announces on its website the $99 package –
Youtube – If you prefer watching on your PC for free then Youtube is the choice. youtube.com/ipl is showing IPL 2010 live with 2 min delay as per Lalit Modi tweets.
No IPL 2010 telecast on Dish network in US.
Canada – ATN-CBN
ATN TV channel has the broadcast rights of IPL in Canada for five years. ATN will be telecasting Indian Premier League (IPL) matches live on Commonwealth Broadcasting Network (CBN) and the matches will be re-telecast on ATN- Cricket Plus. CBN and ATN- Cricket Plus are two sports channels that ATN operates in Canada.
UK – ITV4
ITV4 will broadcast all 59 games of IPL 2010.
Live coverage will be presented by Matt Smith alongside Bollywood actress and presenter Mandira Bedi, who hosted Cricket World Cup coverage in India. They will be joined by renowned analyst Simon Hughes, with more guest experts to be announced.
India – Sony’s Set Max
SetMax bought the rights to broadcast all IPL matches in India. Sony Set Max will telecast the tournament in the Indian sub-continent and 21 Caribbean countries will be covered too.
Here is SetMax’s schedule link.
Australia – Network 10
Network 10 (Channel 10) has bought the rights to show every IPL game live in Australia on free-to-air television for the next five years.
Click on the link and then select your city and look in tvguide for times of IPL.
Networks from Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand will broadcast the event live in their countries.
UAE, Dubai & 20 Middle East countries – Arab Radio and Television (ART) Prime Sport
For the Middle East viewers IPL will be broadcasted on ADD’s ART Prime Sport, and will be available to viewers in the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan and Libya.
Africa – Supersport
Supersport provides coverage for IPL 2010 matches in Africa continent for 51 countries.