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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:29 pm 
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Thread dealing with mostly college conference tv deals and tv money as we enter a new year.

2011 TV Contract Details:
View at http://collegesportsinfo.com/2011/10/03 ... onference/

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ACC

12 years, $1.86 billion, ESPN (through 2024)
Annual: $155 million
Average Annual per School: $13 million

Notes: figures expected to improve with the additions of Syracuse & Pittsburgh

Big East
6 years, $200 million, ABC/ESPN [CBS contributes $9 million of total] (through 2013)
Annual: $33 millionAverage Annual per School: about $3 million for football schools

Notes: contract is expected to change with the losses of Syracuse and Pittsburgh but will still grow due to the valuation of available conference television contracts (Big East is next conference up for renewal).





Big Ten

10 years, $1 billion, ABC/ESPN (through 2016)
25 years, +$2.8 billion, Big Ten Network (through 2032)
6 years, $145 million, Fox (B1G championship game through 2016)
Annual: $236 million
Average Annual per School: $19.7 million




Big 12

13 years, $1.17 billion, Fox (through 2025)
8 years, $480 million, ABC/ESPN (through 2016)
Annual: $150 million
Average Annual per School: $15 million
Notes: The Big 12 contract is expected to remain as it is if a 10th school is added to replace Texas A&M. If the conference opts to expand to 12, the per-school payouts would likely remain the same with the total overall annual increasing. Expansion to 12 would also add a championship game expected to fetch a payout of $10-$18 million per year.



Pac-12

12 years, $2.7 billion, Fox/ABC/ESPN (through 2024)
Annual: $225 million (* $505 million potential)
Average Annual per School: $18.8 million from Fox/ABC/ESPN (* $30 million projected with Pac-12 Network)
* Pac-12 Network: the network will launch in 2012 with a primary network and 6 regional networks. Revenue projections combined are expected to be in the same range if not more than the Big Ten Network, which produces $280 million per year at $11 million per school.
Notes: New members receive 50% share in 2012, 75% share in 2012, 100% share in 2014



SEC

15 years, $2.25 billion, ESPN (through 2024)
15 years, $825 million, CBS (through 2024)
Annual: $256 million
Average Annual per School: $21 million
Notes: contract is expected to be renegotiated with the addition of Texas A&M, maintaining the current per-school payout. The SEC may be on it’s way to starting it’s own network that depending on future additions, could gain the conference and additional $10-$20 million per school per year).





2009 TV Contract Details:

Basic Contract Details:

Per ESPN, by millions:
Big Ten: $242
SEC: $205
Big 12: $78
ACC: $67
(Update 2010: new deal worth $155 million per year, 12 years)
Pac 10: $58
Big East: $33



Sources:
http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... -work.aspx
http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... Deals.aspx
http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... ategy.aspx
http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... ntent.aspx

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2009 TV DEALS FOR MAJOR CONFERENCES (7/24/09)

SEC


• ESPN: 15 years, $2.25 billion

• CBS: 15 years, $825 million

(Both deals run through 2023-2024.)



Big Ten

• Big Ten Network: 25 years, $2.8 billion* through 2031-32

• ABC/ESPN: 10 years, $1 billion through 2016

• CBS: 10 years, $20 million for basketball through 2018-19




ACC


• ABC/ESPN: Seven years, $258 million

• Raycom Sports: 10 years, $300 million for basketball

(Both run through 2010-11.)



Big 12

• ABC/ESPN: Eight years, $480 million through 2015-16

• Fox Sports Net: Four years, $78 million through 2011-12



Pac-10


• ABC/ESPN: Five years, $125 million for football

• Fox Sports Net: Five years, $97 million for football

• ABC/ESPN: Six years, $52.5 million for basketball

(All run through 2011-12.)



Big East


• ABC/ESPN: Six years, $200 million through 2013



Mountain West


• Comcast/CBS College Sports/The Mtn.: Seven years, $82 million through 2013-14



Conference USA


• CBS College Sports: Six years, $45.8 million

• ESPN: Six years, $22 million through 2010-11




Exact terms for the MAC, WAC and Sun Belt could not be located.

* -- projected revenue


Source: Sports Business Journal


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Edit: Quinn,thanks for the C&P version.Original SBJ linked revenue article has been included in this post.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:41 pm 
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Thanks Freaked! Some pretty good info in there.


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Panther,thanks for the post.Glad to see that you have "migrated".
Looks like these same three SBJ articles were recently posted and discussed over at BE MB at http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=338727

Highlights of articles include Raycom's attempt to reinvent itself with additional revenue sources prior to starting ACC negotiations later this year.
Also,the attempt over the next several months by Barry Frank to create negotiating leverage to get the networks to cough up a "SEC type increase". Although the term "ACC Network" was not mentioned at all,will Mr Frank have to resort to the same lever that worked for the Big Ten and the SEC? Time will tell.

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freaked4collegefb wrote:
Panther,thanks for the post.Glad to see that you have "migrated".
Looks like these same three SBJ articles were recently posted and discussed over at BE MB at http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=338727

Highlights of articles include Raycom's attempt to reinvent itself with additional revenue sources prior to starting ACC negotiations later this year.
Also,the attempt over the next several months by Barry Frank to create negotiating leverage to get the networks to cough up a "SEC type increase". Although the term "ACC Network" was not mentioned at all,will Mr Frank have to resort to the same lever that worked for the Big Ten and the SEC? Time will tell.

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The Big 10 is clearly the leader in every one of their states within the Big 10 footprint. This gives them a huge leverage when negotiating with the cable companies. I would say the same thing about the SEC, Big 12, and Pac 10 (if they wanted or could start a network of their own).

I'm not sure if that is the case with the ACC outside of the Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. South Carolina is probably split between the SEC and ACC. The ACC is clearly not the leader in Georgia (UGA is over GT) and Florida (Florida over FSU and Miami). This may cause problems for them getting it statewide at a rate similar to the Big 10. ABC doesn't always show the ACC FB regional game (3:30 Saturday game) in the Boston/NE DMA.

Anyway, the next round of ACC contract negotiations will be interesting.


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The Pac-10 too has the ability to dominate the region in regards to their own TV but have yet to make the push like the other leagues.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 22, 2009 11:57 am 
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Recap-2008, here are links to select SBJ articles(previously posted elsewhere on this board) concerning conference tv money for 2008.Hopefully there will be more coming in 2009.

Links at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... -Deal.aspx

http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... venue.aspx

http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... orked.aspx

at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... urdle.aspx

at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... Deals.aspx

at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/jour ... ights.aspx

and at http://www.Sportsbusinessdaily.com/Jour ... ndard.aspx


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Georgia Tech announces signing multimedia,apparel and sponsorship deals.Link at
http://www.examiner.com/x-1737-Georgia- ... ajor-deals


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Article out of South Carolina questioning whether the SEC might be using some of it's increased tv money to corner the market on assistant FB coaches. Link at http://www.thestate.com/gogamecocks/story/660686.html


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Blog article out of Orlando also discussing increased SEC tv revenues and increased salaries for SEC FB assistant coaches.Link at http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/sports ... ocket.html


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Article from Multichannel News reporting that BTN ad sales are apparently running ahead of projected goals in spite of the bad economy.Looks like the BTN is currently in about 70 million homes nationally with about 43 million subscribers.Link at http://www.multichannel.com/article/162 ... verage.php


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ESPN and the MAC signed a 8 year tv deal yesterday.Once the numbers are available I will post them. Link to announcement story at http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/s ... ily18.html


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Article out of Seattle where there is interest for the PAC-10 to explore it's own TV Network when the current TV deals expire in three years. Link at http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/cbasketba ... dia03.html


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Article out of WV reporting that the new ESPN/MAC tv deal will increase annual rights fees from $600,000 to $1.4 million.
Link at http://www.dailymail.com/Sports/MUSports/200902030506


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Article out of Mountaineer country discussing local tv revenue for WVU and other BE schools at http://www.timeswv.com/wvu_sports/local ... 24742.html


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Freaked,

Have you recently compiled the TV contracts or best 'estiimates' of what they are for the 11 1A conferences - especially now with the MAC and SECs deals now completed? If so, can you post that information? For my recollection, There's like 7 'tiers'?

Tier 1:
SEC, Big 10

Tier 2:
Pac 10, Big 12, ACC

Tier 3:
BE

Tier 4:
MWC

Tier 5:
CUSA, WAC

Tier 6:
MAC

Tier 7:
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