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IPL 8 live streaming will be broadcasted in 5 languages

IPL 8 live streaming will be broadcasted in 5 languages
IPL 2015 live streaming will be broadcasted on Set Max, Sony Six and Sony Six HD Television channels. It will be livestreamed online on Star Sports network. Sony digital media, the official partner of Indian premier league (IPL 2015) is broadcasting the coverage from inaugural edition onwards is set for airing and broadcasting this year also and in addition to that two channels, Multi screen media (MSM) which is the operator of Sony India is set to launch another sports channel Sony Kix so that the live coverage will be telecasted with commentary of 5 different regional languages namely English, Hindi, Telugu Tamil and Bengali. After the match coverage football, Basket ball and other sports will be telecasted on Sony Kix. “After the success of our sports channel Sony Six we want to make it bigger with alternate sports channel and to reach many audience with the regional languages with the launch of Sony Kix” said N P Singh. MI and KKR will play in the first match of IPL 8.

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