101311 - Nick Pulis SPM 205 Extra Credit October 16, 2011...

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Unformatted text preview: Nick Pulis SPM 205 Extra Credit October 16, 2011 The largest revenue generator for all NCAA athletics is television rights. Television rights give permission to broadcasting networks to show their games on there channels. By the college giving their rights to a specific network they receive a large sum of money within a contract in return. These TV deals are being done very frequently throughout the NCAA. One of the most recent deals that have been made consists of all Big XII teams, other than Missouri, signing over their TV rights to the league. By doing so the teams of the Big XII is allowing the Big XII to operate all of the games. They will be able to determine what teams are broadcasted and what games are broadcasted. The main reason behind this decision is so that the teams of the Big XII can ensure that the league will stay in tact. I believe that this was a great decision by the teams of the Big XII. I think this because it is the first time in a while that universities are not looking out XII....
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course SPM 205 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Syracuse.

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