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ESPN paying $80 million to televise Rose Bowl game

 

Rose Bowl entrance (2009 photo by Bobak Ha'eri via wikipedia commons)

ESPN has agreed to pay an average of $80 million a year to broadcast the Rose Bowl game from 2015 through 2026. The agreement was reported by the Sports Business Journal.

The current deal is a payout of $30 million and the jump to $80 million is an increase of 167 percent.

The Pac-12 and the Big Ten will be able to keep all media revenue from the game, except in the years where the Rose Bowl hosts a national championship semifinal game. During those years, the revenue will be distributed to all Football Bowl Subdivision conferences.

 

Info compiled from Sports Business Journal, Radio & TV news

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