Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by ximianKernel, Jan 23, 2012.
Why does he curse so much in his article?
I wouldlike to know whether Dish or DirecTV or both will have P12 Network, I am getting ready to revamp my satellite, or perhaps go cable, and it would be nice if they would make up their minds...in short, no P12 network, no business from me...
Yup. that is absolutely HUGE for us.
I don't like the payout distribution
And that is without the cut that goes to the conference first, so you can expect these numbers to be lower.
starting to see how this whole thing is going to work. I must say it looks effective and I cant wait to take advantage of it next year.
I might have to resubscribe to basic cable.
If DirecTV doesn't come through, they'll be losing my business.
If my recolection is correct, the PAC12 network revenue will be above and beyond revenue from ESPN/FOX. The only difference is revenue is not shared until all costs are recovered (that is estimated to occur in 1-2 years and the cost to get everything up and running is roughly $25 to $30 million). Once the costs are covered revenues will be shared equally, which will add $2 - $3 million annually to the TV money, and estimates are the figure might hit $6 - $7 million in 7 years. So by the time you hit year 10 on the TV deal, each school could have TV revenue of close to $30 million.
wow is right!
I just don't see both Satellite companies not offering at least a package in which you can get the PAC-12 nets. They live on sports subscriptions. They will pony up the cash and not be left out.
Can't see Direct TV dropping the ball on this. They are pretty much kings of the TV airways and their marketing people should be savvy enough to recognize that there is a huge audience to lose if they don't bring it to the table.
yep .. their sports channels are much better than Dish-
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