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The Money Behind College Sports

Dec 13th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Editorial, Featured News, NCAA News

ESPN has put together it’s own extensive database of each schools athletic department spend and revenue. Find out how much athletic departments make from ticket sales, playing away games, donations, outside contracts, media rights and other sources of revenue. Search for an individual college. See where the money comes from.See where the money goes.

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Comcast-NBC Deal Imminent

Dec 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News

I wonder if they’ll rebrand Versus as NBC Sports? After months of negotiations, it looks like it’s finally a done deal. and Comcast will own 51%.

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Watch March Madness Games online

Mar 19th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News

If you’re sitting at work reading this site and complaining that you aren’t watching the games, here’s an option: watch them online. Watch the NCAA college Basketball Tournament online

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NCAA Can Opt Out of Deal With CBS After 2010

Mar 17th, 2009 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News, NCAA News

The N.C.A.A. has a major decision to make within the next 12 months: stick with its 11-year, $6 billion contract with CBS to carry the men’s basketball tournament through 2013, or exercise an option to get out after next season. Options like the N.C.A.A.’s exist to permit leagues or other sports organizations to capitalize on […]

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CSTV to become CBS College Sports Network

Mar 14th, 2008 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News

CBS Sports today announced a comprehensive reorganization of its college sports operations, incorporating the cable, broadcast and online activities of College Sports Television (CSTV) into its world-famous brand. Effective March 2008, CSTV will become the CBS College Sports Network, bringing the power of the CBS SPORTS name to yet another developing, cross-platform property. In addition, […]

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Schools and coaches cash in on lucrative media deals

Nov 29th, 2006 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News

Interesting read from USAToday.com…

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CSTV and Comcast to Launch MWC TV Station

Jul 19th, 2006 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News, Mountain West Expansion & Realignment

CSTV Networks, Inc. and Comcast are teaming up to launch The mtn. – MountainWest Sports Network, which will deliver to fans the full action and excitement of Mountain West Conference athletics. The announcement was made today by Brian Bedol, President and CEO, CSTV Networks, Inc., Jack Williams, President and CEO, Comcast SportsNet, and Craig Thompson, […]

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SEC Considering Launching it’s own network in 2009

Jun 24th, 2006 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News, SEC Expansion & Realignment

Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive has expressed interest in the league forming its own television network in 2009 when current Television contracts expire. Slive’s comments were in response to the Big Ten announcing the formation of a network beginning in 2007. The league will enter negotiations for a new contract involving Lincoln Financial Sports (formerly […]

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Big Ten Conference set to release details on new TV network

Jun 20th, 2006 | By | Category: Big Ten Expansion & Realignment, College Sports Television News, Featured News

The Big Ten will announce details on it’s new network which will be on Direct TV on Wednesday. The network will launch in 2007. The Big Ten will keep most of its marquee games on current TV partners ABC and ESPN. The league will also announce a new deal with their long-standing partners worth a […]

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More Love for OLN? NFL Looking for 2nd Network

Nov 17th, 2005 | By | Category: College Sports Television News, Featured News

The NFL is looking for a partner to create an all-sports network with rights to next year’s new Thursday and Saturday telecasts during the second half of the 2006 season and who will also invest in the NFL Network, The New York Times reports. Comcast’s OLN, which has been looking for ways to compete more […]

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