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    Tv revenue in the prem

    Posted by Northeasthatter on 21/9/2023, 8:12:36

    Just see a news article on BBC sport about broadcasters and the premier league meeting to discuss new deals and fixtures congestion. Broadcaster nbc in America are paying 2 billion pounds to show games till 2028 and then add the 3 in the UK sky,tnt Nd amazon who are at the min paying 5 billion collectively till 2025. Surely its an incentive to get the results and get another season at least in the premier league

      Re: Tv revenue in the prem

      Posted by Paul Price is Right on 21/9/2023, 10:48:23, in reply to "Tv revenue in the prem "

      Letís just get PC built first.

        Re: Tv revenue in the prem

        Posted by EastEnder on 21/9/2023, 8:26:55, in reply to "Tv revenue in the prem "

        And new TV deal being signed from next sesson with 25 per cent more games being shown live and 6.30pm KOs off Sunday being mooted.

        PL ate more concerned about Yanks watching on TV than fans in England who go to games.

          Re: Tv revenue in the prem

          Posted by LuskHatter on 21/9/2023, 9:34:02, in reply to "Re: Tv revenue in the prem "

          Of course they are, when SKY first got involved I said that eventually spectators at the game would become a necessary evil that clubs would rather do without. Covid may have shown that empty stadiums are not great but certainly the TV companies and it seems the people selling the rights to them couldn't give a shite about the fans that go to games.

            Re: Tv revenue in the prem

            Posted by J in C on 21/9/2023, 8:36:48, in reply to "Re: Tv revenue in the prem "

            Due to circumstances Everton is off my Radar however i do wonder what chance even us northern chaps have this season. wont hurt to miss out this season as the money and future are more important. Milk it for what we can

            Re: Tv revenue in the prem

            Posted by J in C on 21/9/2023, 8:16:49, in reply to "Tv revenue in the prem "

            The incentive is to work hard and try to stay up- i doubt any coaching or management teams uses the income streams as a carrot on a stick .

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