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Cricket's governing bodies are looking into how they can cut down on the amount of match footage new channels can telecast during their bulletins. Arun Jaitley, a member of the BCCI and one of India's top lawyers, chaired a two-day meet in October, also attended by ICC representatives, to look into the regulation of use of video clips. Ways to clamp down on illegal streaming of cricket on websites, a threat to the BCCI's planned online channel, were also discussed. The Mint has more.
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