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What sort of broadcasting channel would you be?
Would you show cricket between the ads or ads between the cricket?
What will be your pitch to the board when bidding for rights?
"Test cricket meets Times Square"
"TV will be extinct in another five years"
"Our viewers will never change channels"
What do you think of the sky-high costs for TV rights today, especially in India?
It's ridiculous when you can get the same information for free elsewhere
I remember a time when we were paid to broadcast cricket on TV
No worries. They can be recovered in a day
Is it fair to interrupt the replay of a dismissal with advertisements?
Is it fair to not buy a product when you've watched it being plugged for eight hours?
Is it possible to do that?
Replay? What replay?
How about ads that eat into the start of the over?
Sickening. Our plugs are non-intrusive and fun!
Really, why haven't we heard of all this before?
Only trying to sell you what you need
What sort of pre-match show will you produce?
Think movie starlets rating cricketers in terms of sex appeal
One you can enjoy on the phone while on the train to work
A two-hour discussion on the game
What sort of hosts will you hire?
Those whose keen observation skills can match their typing speed
Those with marketing degrees
Only those who've seen Bradman bat live
What's the best thing about broadcasting cricket?
The need to change ends when an over finishes
The game itself
Coming to the aid those expat fans living in non-cricketing countries
What's the worst thing about broadcasting cricket?
The possibility of innings victories
What's your motto?
"Let your boss think you're working while you enjoy the cricket"
"Cricket 365 days a year. Ka ching"
"You better have nothing else to do for the next eight hours"
Australia v India: what will be your tagline for the series?
"Symonds v Harbhajan was child's play. Now watch men fight it out"
Australia v India
"Teams too ugly to watch? Read about them instead"
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Smith and Guptill light up Sydney
Two memorable centuries, including the highest individual score at the ground, plenty of boundaries and a decent atmosphere at the SCG's first international of the home summer
The Dubai sauna gives a suffocating welcome
The heat and the one-sided encounter were downers but this Pakistan was happy that at least his team won
A triumphant Lord's return
Pakistan thrilled one and all in their first Test at Lord's since 2010, giving their fans the experience of a lifetime
A match that transcended the ordinary
A fan hears "the sound that will live on in my memory for the rest of my life" during the India-Bangladesh game
An 800-km train journey to watch two special wins
A long journey, queues and ticketing troubles could not take away from the great show that Afghanistan and Scotland put on in Nagpur
Rahane to miss last two Tests with finger injury
MCC proposes radical player send-off law
Jennings confirmed for debut in Mumbai
England on the brink, India look for five
'Lodha inaction has had crippling effect on BCCI' - Thakur
What makes a good ghost?
The Cricket Monthly December issue
The joys of (not) watching cricket
Few other games lend themselves to taking your eyes off the action as much as ours does
Shaun Udal's last-chance saloon
The former England offspinner relives the Mumbai Test of 2006, which turned out to be his last - and most memorable
The Mumbai hand behind Hameed's rise
Vidyadhar Paradkar knew Haseeb Hameed would go far since their first meeting - and he has played no small part in that
Pakistan's Hamilton crash, and ageing Misbah's runs
also reveals the highest Test total that could not forestall defeat
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