MLS gets new TV deal

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MLS gets new TV deal
Mon May 12, 2014 1:37 pm
  • MLS announced the biggest & longest TV rights deal in the league's history today. Beginning in 2015 and running through 2022 ESPN, Fox Sports, and Univision will combine to air a minimum of 102 games per year, plus the playoffs, to national audiences on a weekly basis. ESPN will also handle the digital, out-of-market broadcasting through ESPN 3 and the WatchESPN app. The deal also includes the rights to the US Mens & Womens National teams. More details here: ... n-deportes

    Personally I think this is huge for MLS, in terms of exposure and stability.
    You are absolutely entitled to state your opinion whenever you wish, and I am absolutely entitled to point out the stupidity of that opinion with the same frequency.

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Re: MLS gets new TV deal
Mon May 12, 2014 2:35 pm
  • Espn and co are paying more to US soccer than NBC is paying the premier league.
    Man up, stand in line.
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