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Big 12 Set To Formally Announce $2.6B Media Rights Deals
Published September 7, 2012
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Overall, at least 25 Big 12 football games will be available on a national TV platform (ABC, ESPN, Fox and FX). As part of the deal, ESPN will have rights to up to 23 football games. Fox will pick up the rights to at least six football games for its broadcast channel. Big 12 schools can retain rights one home football game and four men's basketball games. The deal runs through the '24-25 season.