Sunset+Vine revolutionised the standard of cricket coverage on television, producing over 46 live test matches, 65 one-day matches and a total of 348 highlights programmes over seven seasons for Channel 4.

Between 1999 and 2005 Sunset+Vine won 26 major broadcast awards for its cricket coverage including five BAFTAs as well as introducing innovations such as the Red Zone, Snickometer, the Analyst, Hawk-eye and the Ultra-slo-mo camera, award winners in their own right.

From 2016 Sunset+Vine is the host broadcaster for all ICC events including the ICC World Twenty20 in India, the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017 and culminating with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in England & Wales.

Since 2006 Sunset+Vine has been producing the daily highlights of both the domestic Test series and One-Day Internationals for Channel Five. Sunset+Vine has also produced the BBC’s terrestrial highlights programming of the 2006/7 Ashes and One-Day International series from Australia.

Sunset+Vine is the production partner for BT Sport producing cricket coverage from Australia including the 2017/18 Ashes and the Big Bash T20.

In 2011 Sunset+Vine produced the highlights of the Cricket World Cup for the BBC. Since 2014 Sunset+Vine is managing the ECB's cricket rights and the Sunset+Vine Digital team have partnered with the MCC to produce the Lord’s Cricket Ground YouTube channel. And in 2015 the company was the Host Broadcaster of the ICC World T20 Qualifiers.


ICC Cricket

Host Broadcaster | 2016-present

Cricket Australia

BT Sport | 2016-present

Cricket on Five

Channel 5 | 2006-present

Lord's Cricket Ground

YouTube | 2014-present

ICC Cricket World Cup

BBC Sport | 2011

Cricket on 4

Channel 4 | 1999-2005