If Revenue Sharing had been 100% Last Year...
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11-20-2012, 05:43 AM
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Location: Burlington, On
"Financial terms have not been released, but the three networks are expected to pay roughly $3 billion a year on average annually compared to the current $1.93 billion they collectively pay. ESPN re-upped its deal with the NFL earlier this year at an annual rate of $1.9 billion. Factor in other media deals with the NFL Network, DirectTV ($1 billion annually), Westwood One radio and others, and NFL teams will divvy up nearly $7 billion in media money starting in 2014. That is more than $200 million per team every year before one ticket, beer or jersey is sold."
Why is the NFL and NHL business model being compared exactly? One league makes 3.3bil total HRR, while the other will be making 7bil from TV contracts alone.
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