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Michael Smith

Michael Smith covers colleges, golf and lacrosse for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Big Ten Formally Announces New Rights Deals Through '23 With ESPN, Fox, CBS

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 17

More than a year after the Big Ten reached media rights agreements with ESPN, Fox Sports and CBS Sports, Commissioner Jim Delany finally made a formal announcement. Speaking yesterday at Big Ten Media Day in Chicago, Delany said the conference has settled on six-year deals with the three media partn...

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Tags: Media, Big Ten, ESPN, Fox, CBS

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SportsBusiness Journal: Kansas State

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SportsBusiness Journal: Georgia Southern

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SportsBusiness Journal: East Carolina

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SportsBusiness Journal: Washington

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08/22/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Colleges that do football right

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08/22/16
SportsBusiness Journal: NCAA’s Mark Lewis heads out of sports

Mark Lewis, a high-ranking senior executive at the NCAA who guided the growth of the corporate partnership program and played an integral role in negotiations for an eight-year, $8.8 billion extension with Turner Sports and CBS, will leave the association at the end of the month. The news came as ...

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08/18/16
SportsBusiness Daily: Mark Lewis Leaving NCAA For Non-Sports Job

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SportsBusiness Daily: Mark Lewis Leaving NCAA

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SportsBusiness Journal: Health tech firm adds college clients

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