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ESPN, NCAA Renew Media Rights Agreement Through '23-24
Published December 15, 2011
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The deal gives ESPN a wide swath of rights to 24 NCAA Championships, including Division I football (FCS), women's basketball and baseball. All told, ESPN now holds rights to 600 hours per year. In addition to TV, ESPN has rights to ESPN3, 3-D, ESPN.com and WatchESPN. ESPN also picked up rights to the men's basketball tournament outside the U.S. It also involves coverage of the NIT Season Tip-Off and all games from the NIT Postseason Tournament.