ESPN STAR Cricket, Star Sports network claim the rights to broadcast all the matches. International Cricket Council has sold its rights of broadcasting for 2011 Cricket World Cup for around US$ 2 Billion to ESPN Star Sports. It would be broadcasting all around the world in about 220 countries.
For the first time, the Cricket World Cup will be broadcasted in High Definition (HD) format. Live matches will also be shown by 3G mobile streaming for the first time.
Each and every match will be covered by 27 cameras including features like movable slips cameras and new low 45 degree field cameras. The broadcast production will also have a mid-wicket camera position for live running between wickets.
In United States, the official broadcaster willow.tv came up with innovative ways to broadcast the games using IPTV technology and providing live feeds to users of Roku, Google TV, PS3, DishworldIPTV, Boxee, Xbox, Wii, Samsung Internet@TV, Apple TV, and Netgear Push2TV HD. The games are also available on multiple tablet or mobile devices with internet. On TV, World Cup is available in Willow Cricket HD on Dish Network and DirecTV.
India – ESPN, Star Sports, Star Cricket
DD National- India matches
Africa – Supersport
Australia – Fox Sports
Nine Network – Australia matches
Bangladesh – Bangladesh Television
Canada – Asian Television Network : PPV
China – Star Sports
European Union – Zee Cafe Hindi commentary
Fiji – Fiji TV :Sky Pacific World
Middle East – Arab Radio and Television Network: CricOne
Malaysia – Astro_(Malaysian_satellite_television)
New Zealand – Sky Sport
Pacific Islands – Sky Pacific: Sky Pacific World
Pakistan – GEO Super, Pakistan Television Corporation Pakistan matches
Philippines – SkyCable: PPV
Singapore – Star Cricket
South Africa – Sabc3 Sport South Africa matches
Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation: Channel Eye
Tonga – Digicel: PPV
United Kingdom – Sky Sports HD, Zee Cafe Hindi commentary
USA – Willow Cricket, DirecTV, Dish Network
West Indies – Caribbean Media Corporation