Alex Payne will host the coverage for Sky Sports, with analysis provided by Will Greenwood and former Ulster, Ireland and Lions winger Tyrone Howe.
Will Chignell, Johnnie Hammond and Martin Gillingham will provide commentary with Melissa Platt and Gail Davis reporting pitchside.
In addition to the host broadcaster, broadcasters from five continents including North America, Europe, Oceania, the Middle East and Africa have also committed to show live matches in their territory.
Rugby World Cup Ltd Chairman Bernard Lapasset said: "Women's rugby is experiencing unprecedented growth around the world and television coverage is an important component in promoting the game throughout every region.
"Rugby World Cup Limited is delighted that through the host broadcast platform delivered by Sky Sports, the 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup will enjoy record coverage and reach out to more fans than ever before.
"The RFUW and England will be wonderful hosts for this exciting tournament and fans attending at Surrey Sports Park and Twickenham Stoop and watching on television around the world can look forward to a tournament that will demonstrate a high level of skill, competitive matches and a diverse spread of participating nations.
"It is an event not to be missed."
The tournament website, www.rwcwomens.com, will also be streaming all 13 matches live and on demand for free including three in each pool round, starting with Wales v Australia, New Zealand v South Africa and England v Ireland at Surrey Sports Park on matchday one.
For Ireland and the UK, matches will be exclusively streamed live on Skysports.com only.
Ireland Women's Rugby World Cup Fixtures:
England v Ireland, Surrey, Friday, August 20, 6.30pm
USA v Ireland, Surrey, Tuesday, August 24, 4.30pm
Ireland v Kazakhstan, Surrey, Saturday, August 28, 4.30pm
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