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Big Ten Rolls Out Multi-Network $7-Plus Billion TV Media Rights Deal

The sprawling, multi-dimensional deal speaks to the current nature of college athletics

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The long-awaited Big Ten media rights deal is now official and, as anticipated, it is a revenue geyser: a seven-year agreement with multiple broadcast partners worth more than $7 billion plus escalators, sources told Sports Illustrated. The back-loaded deal, which begins in 2023, averages out to more than $1 billion annually.

The agreement with Fox, CBS and NBC comes with this caveat from a Big Ten source: “We are not done expanding.” What that means—in terms of timetable, potential expansion targets and the overall stability of college athletics—was left unsaid.

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https://www.si.com/college/2022/08/18/big-ten-announces-new-media-tv-rights-deal-kevin-warren

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