IPL advice: no stadium for the media, only meeting after the press is mandatory. Cricket news

IPL advice: no stadium for the media, only meeting after the press is mandatory. Cricket news

DUBAI: The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League will be devoid of the presence of any physical media due to strict health protection protocols imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, the BCCI said on Friday.
It has also been revealed that this will be the first edition in which the franchise will not be required to hold a pre-match press conference. However, every game will be followed by a mandatory virtual media conference.
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“Dream 11 Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 is being held behind closed doors in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Due to health and safety concerns, media personnel will not have access to the stadium. “Cover sports or team practice sessions,” the BCCI said in a media release.
The board further noted, “Additionally, this year, due to circumstances, there will be no new media registration on UAE media,” meaning that only outlets can register for official registration.
He said, “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) recognizes high interest in the league and will facilitate a virtual post-match press conference after each media match.”
Scribs currently registered with the BCCI will continue to receive press releases and regular updates before and after every match. These press releases will contain details on the procedures for joining virtual post-match press conferences and methods for answering questions for team representatives during match days.
The BCCI will also provide accredited media with 35 images per year during the entire tournament.
“Pictures should be used for editorial purposes and credited to BCCI / IPL on every platform,” he said.

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