Big Ten Media Rights: Commissioner Kevin Warren releases statement on historic agreement
Big Ten media rights are all wrapped up with details and announcements filtering down on Thursday.
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According to the B1G’s release, the historic agreement will feature games broadcast across CBS, FOX, NBC and NBCUniversal’s Peacock platform. Those broadcasts are in addition to the existing broadcasts on FS1 and the Big Ten Network.
The #B1G has reached distribution agreements with CBS, FOX, NBC and NBCUniversal’s Peacock.
— Big Ten Conference (@bigten) August 18, 2022
“The Big Ten Conference media rights agreements are more than just dollars and deals. They are a mechanism to provide stability and maximum exposure for our student-athletes, member institutions and partners during these uncertain times in collegiate athletics,” Big Ten Conference Commissioner Kevin Warren said. “We are very grateful to our world-class media partners for recognizing the strength of the Big Ten Conference brand and providing the incredible resources we need for our student-athletes to compete at the very highest levels, and to achieve their academic and athletics goals.”