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Vodafone will enable its subscribers to see ‘ball-by-ball’ live coverage of 49 matches of the event that begins from 19th February onwards
Cellular service provider Vodafone Essar said it has tied up with the official broadcaster of the upcoming cricket World Cup ESPN Star Sports (ESS) for live streaming of the matches on mobile phones.
As a co-presenting broadcast sponsor, Vodafone will enable its subscribers to see 'ball-by-ball' live coverage of 49 matches of the event that begins from 19th February onwards.
"The 2011 cricket season in India coincides with an exciting time in the telecom industry, when mobile number portability and 3G are buzz words and the entire consumer base is being wooed afresh by incumbent and new competitors alike," Vodafone Essar Chief Marketing Officer Kumar Ramanathan said in a statement.
Live streaming of the matches on 'ESPN Mobile TV' can be availed on both 2G (GPRS enabled) and 3G handsets, the statement said.
In December 2010 quarter, JHS Svendgaard’s net revenues increased to Rs31.30 crore from Rs16.52 crore in the corresponding quarter last year
JHS Svendgaard Laboratories Ltd said its net profit for the third quarter ended 31 December 2010 stood at Rs3.31 crore from Rs1.38 crore in the corresponding quarter last year.
During the same period, the company's net revenues increased to Rs31.30 crore from Rs16.52 crore, JHS Svendgaard said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
On Thursday, JHS Svendgaard ended 3.83% down at Rs75.40 on the BSE, while the benchmark Sensex declined 0.74% to 17,463.04 points.