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MLB To Formally Announce Rights Extensions With Fox, Turner
Published October 2, 2012
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Including the $700M-per-year deal that ESPN signed in August, MLB will make $12.4B from its media rights over eight years, more than doubling its annual media rights haul to $1.55B. MLB Network will pick up at least two games from Fox' LDS package. Sources said MLB Net will pay Fox $30M per year for those games.