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according to Front Office Sports:

"Before USC and UCLA announced they would join the Big Ten in 2024, the conference was already on track to garner up to $1 billion annually in its new media rights deal. But after the addition, media partners were told to “go back to the drawing board,” Front Office Sports previously reported.

Now, the Big Ten hopes to kick that number up by 50% to at least $1.5 billion annually, sources told Front Office Sports."


Other highlights from the article:

-- As indicated by the article TerryD posted, NBC is making an aggressive play for a Saturday Night package. My speculation from other resources is that NBC is emphasizing exposure vs. the $$$$ that Amazon is proposing. The leak yesterday may have been a public pitch from NBC (or a trial balloon from the B1G).

-- NBC, ESPN and CBS are frustrated with the role Fox is playing in the negotiations.
(This post was last modified: 08-04-2022 03:40 PM by MadisonHawk.)
08-04-2022 03:39 PM
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