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Aujourd'hui, et jusqu'au 12 mars, commence les 1er X-games européen, à Tignes.

En association avec Canal +, les jeux olympique des sport extrêmes débarque sur le vieux continent.

Toutes les infos sont disponible sur les différents sites :
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Le géant de la télévision sportive américaine, ESPN, filiale de Disney, serait rentré en discussions avec Orange autour de la reprise potentielle d’Orange Sports.

Alors que la Ligue de Football Professionnel a finalement renoncé à s’emparer d’Orange Sports, malgré des conditions avantageuses, l’avenir de cette dernière semblait plus qu’incertain. De quoi poser quelques soucis à Stéphane Richard, DG d’Orange, bien déterminé à se débarrasser de ce canal peu rentable...

Selon Le Point, ESPN se serait pourtant rapprochée d’Orange. Les deux sociétés n’en sont actuellement qu’aux pourparlers, et il serait prématuré de parler d’un accord pour l’instant, mais Orange semble bien croire en l’intérêt du groupe américain.

De son côté, ESPN prend des pincettes et souhaite s’assurer qu’une éventuelle reprise ne sera pas perçue comme un acte de concurrence frontale, notamment par Canal+. TF1, de son côté (détenteur d’Eurosport, notamment) n’y voit pas de danger, estimant qu’« une mauvaise affaire reste une mauvaise affaire »...


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Moi, je serais Canal ou TF1, je commencerais à trembler. Car si ESPN reprend bien Orange Sport, c'est la porte ouverte à une entrée en France et en Europe pour cette chaîne de sport, à la réputation mondialement reconnu.
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ceci dis ESPN est déjà integré en france sur canal satelitte via ESPN classic sports et ESPN America.
donc je ne voit là qu'un developpement pour être vu par les spectateur d'orange. ESPN [depuis 1979] / ESPN+ [depuis 2019] 892973
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Sauf que là, c'est en anglais.

Avec un rachat d'Orange Sport, ça permettrait d'avoir un ESPN en VF
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La chaîne Orange Sports pourrait rentrer dans le giron Disney d'ici fin 2011 et prendre la marque ESPN (leader mondial des TV sportives)

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Orange Sports: Le rachat en bonne voie
Trois candidats principaux sont en lice pour racheter Orange Sports, a indiqué au JDD.fr un porte-parole d'Orange. Il s'agit du réseau américain de télévisions ESPN, propriété de Disney, de TF1 et de la Ligue de football professionnel (LFP). Les mêmes repreneurs potentiels qu'annoncé en octobre, mais, cette fois, précise le porte-parole, les négociations sont "avancées".

Les candidats se bousculent au portillon pour racheter Orange Sports, qui perdrait pourtant 150 millions d'euros par an et compte seulement quelque 340.000 abonnés. Le directeur général de France Télécom, Stéphane Richard, a indiqué mercredi, en marge de la conférence "Le Web'10" (qui réunit chaque année 2.500 entrepreneurs, professionnels, bloggeurs et passionnés d’Internet d’une soixantaine de nationalités), que le réseau de télévisions spécialisées sur le sport ESPN, propriété de Disney, était intéressé par l'acquisition d'Orange Sports, tout comme Eurosport (TF1) et la Ligue de football professionnelle (LFP).

D'après un porte-parole d'Orange, joint par leJDD.fr, les négociations sont "avancées". "Nous les avons rencontrés et certains nous ont écrit", a-t-il précisé. Des avancées très attendues puisque, depuis l'arrivée de Stéphane Richard en décembre 2009, la stratégie de France Télécom est de développer ses partenariats, comme celui avec le site de musique Deezer, tout en cherchant à vendre sa chaîne sportive, ainsi qu'Orange Ciné Séries. Concernant cette dernière, le dossier avance plus vite, avec Canal Plus, ainsi que les fonds d'investissement Parsifal et Searchlight.

[...]

Orange Sports ne devrait, d'après le porte-parole, pas être rachetée avant fin 2010. Pour le moment, impossible d'avoir aucune indication sur la date de rachat. Contactés par leJDD.fr, ni TF1 ni la LFP, en pleines négociations, n'ont souhaité faire de commentaires.

source : http://www.lejdd.fr/Medias/Television/Actualite/ESPN-TF1-et-la-LFP-veulent-racheter-Orange-Sports-240929/


Ce serait la 3eme chaîne à porter la marque ESPN en France, après ESPN Classic et ESPN America.
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Petit à petit, on y vient !
Je ne suis pas du tout passionné de sport mais ce serait une bonne chose que ce label s'implante de manière plus affirmée en France.
ESPN est le seul label Disney a ne pas être vraiment présent dans notre pays.


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Et BAM ! Disney rachète une participation de BAMtech pour 1 milliard de dollars !

http://www.lesechos.fr/tech-medias/medias/0211197109377-disney-parie-1-milliard-sur-le-streaming-sportif-payant-2019963.php#

Disney pourra y lancer une plateforme de streaming pour sa branche sportive !


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The Walt Disney Company frappe un gros coup en récupérant les droits pour la diffusion de plus de mille matchs par saison de la League nationale de hockey (NHL) pour les sept prochaines années !

Avec ce contrat, Disney sera en mesure de proposer chaque saison plus de la moitié des matchs de la ligue incluant des séries éliminatoires ainsi que quatre séries finales de la coupe Stanley, l'apothéose annuel de la saison de la ligue de hockey sur glace la plus prestigieuse qui joue cette année sa 103ème saison.

Les matchs acquis seront partagés sur les réseaux ABC et ESPN et sur les plateformes de streaming ESPN+ et Hulu (sur laquelle certaines rencontres et événements sportifs ESPN+ sont accessibles depuis hier).  

On note que les droits télévisés couvrent également les marchés d'Amérique latine, des Caraïbes et une partie de l'Europe.

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The Walt Disney Company, ESPN and National Hockey League Reach Groundbreaking Long-Term Agreement

* The world’s best hockey league is coming to the industry-leading collection of linear and direct-to-consumer platforms for sports – ABC, ESPN, ESPN+ and Hulu

* The Stanley Cup Final and Stanley Cup Playoffs coming to ABC and ESPN; 100 exclusive regular-season games per season across ESPN’s networks and streaming platforms

* Streaming is a key element in the landmark agreement; exclusive national games stream live on both ESPN+ and Hulu; more than 1,000 out-of-market games available to all ESPN+ subscribers

* Deal also includes digital, highlight and international rights

The Walt Disney Company, ESPN and the National Hockey League have reached a historic and innovative seven-year television, streaming and media rights deal, taking the new partnership from the beginning of the 2021-22 season through the 2027-28 season.

The visionary, first-of-its-kind agreement brings the NHL back to Disney and ESPN platforms and illustrates the unique position of The Walt Disney Company to bring the best hockey in the world to millions across its unparalleled collection of media platforms.

It is highlighted by: exclusive coverage of the Stanley Cup Final on ABC in four of the seven years of the agreement, with the ability to simulcast/megacast on ESPN+ and additional ESPN networks; the return of live NHL action to ESPN networks with 25 exclusive national regular-season games on ABC or ESPN; 75 national regular-season games per season produced by ESPN that will stream exclusively on both ESPN+ and Hulu; half of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on ABC and ESPN each season; and coverage annually of NHL’s Face-off (opening night games), the NHL All-Star Game and Skills Challenge, plus other NHL special events each season.

Additionally, the NHL’s out-of-market streaming package, with more than 1,000 games (formerly on NHL.TV), will now be available for fans to stream only as part of an ESPN+ subscription.

The agreement also includes extensive highlight rights that will add to coverage across ESPN’s year-round news and highlights programming, and to coverage on the ESPN App and social media. International media rights – including in Latin America, the Caribbean and parts of Europe – are also part of the agreement.

“This partnership of the world’s top hockey league and the platforms of The Walt Disney Company is a big win for our fans and our game,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said. “Not only will this groundbreaking, seven-year deal enable the NHL to benefit from the incomparable power, reach and influence of The Walt Disney Company and ABC/ESPN, it sets a new standard in delivering our game to the most passionate and tech-savvy fans in sports in the ways they now demand and on the platforms they use.”

Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman of ESPN and Sports Content said, “This agreement clearly underscores The Walt Disney Company’s leadership in the sports media landscape and serves as a blueprint for sports deals in the future. We know the power of the NHL and are thrilled to welcome it back as a significant new pillar across our platforms, and we look forward to connecting more deeply and directly with some of the sports world’s most passionate fans.”

Kareem Daniel, Chairman, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution said, “This is the kind of innovative deal that only The Walt Disney Company and our portfolio of media platforms and businesses can bring to life. The combination of streaming leadership with ESPN+ and Hulu, along with our powerhouse ABC and ESPN networks, will bring the NHL into the homes and lives of millions of passionate fans – and help create new ones. It’s a hat trick that delivers incredible value to our partner, our business and consumers.”

Stanley Cup Final, Stanley Cup Playoffs and NHL Regular Season action return to ABC and ESPN networks

Under the new agreement, the NHL’s Stanley Cup Final and Stanley Cup Playoffs action will return to the ABC and ESPN networks – including exclusive coverage of the Stanley Cup Final in four of the seven years of the deal – beginning with the 2021-22 season.

Additionally, in each season of the agreement, ESPN and ABC will have live, exclusive coverage of one Conference Final series and half of all First Round and Second Round games from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Throughout the regular season, 25 games from the NHL schedule will be carried live, exclusively on ABC or ESPN.

Live game coverage, plus studio, surround and original programming plans across all of The Walt Disney Company’s networks and streaming platforms will be announced in the coming months, including a new weekly studio show during the NHL season on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.

NHL Streaming on ESPN+ and Hulu

Beginning with the start of the 2021-22 season in October, ESPN+ will stream more than 1,000 live NHL games per season, including 75 national games per season produced by ESPN and streamed exclusively on both ESPN+ and Hulu, a first. Additionally, ESPN+ subscribers get truly incredible value with more than 1,000 out-of-market games now available digitally only on the industry-leading sports streaming service – making it a must-have for hockey fans. ESPN+, which topped 12.1 million subscribers by the end of 2020, nearly doubling in a year, also features “In the Crease” an exclusive original highlights show, hosted by ESPN’s Linda Cohn and Barry Melrose each NHL gameday throughout the season.

The new agreement also showcases that Hulu is a truly distinctive streaming product and marks the first major sports agreement to include exclusive, live sports rights on Hulu – bringing the NHL to Hulu’s 39.4 million subscription video on-demand (SVOD) customers. The 75 games available to ESPN+ subscribers will be available to Hulu SVOD subscribers at no added cost as part of their subscription.

The agreement also comes as Disney is launching “ESPN+ on Hulu,” which will give Hulu subscribers with access to the service’s on-demand streaming library the choice to sign up for, and view, ESPN+ – including thousands of live events, and acclaimed original shows, series and documentaries – directly in the Hulu environment.

The combination highlights the value and growth of both services and The Disney Bundle (which offers consumers Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu, all for $13.99 or $19.99 per month*).

The NHL first appeared on ESPN on Dec. 19, 1979, only about three months after the network went on air. ESPN’s coverage recorded milestones both on and off the ice the in the first nine seasons, including being the first U.S. network to produce an NHL All-Star Game in 1986. After a four-year absence, the league returned to the network in 1992 and aired for the first time on ESPN2 the following season, just days after the channel’s debut. In the years that followed, the NHL played a key role in the expansion of ESPN2, leading to ESPN and ESPN2 celebrating their 1,000th NHL telecast on March 8, 1998. Over the years, ESPN introduced its innovative production elements to hockey coverage, including electronic cut-ins (1980), MaskCam (1998), SkyCam (1998) and more. The network’s most recent TV rights deal with the league concluded in 2005.

Live daily out-of-market game coverage and the “In the Crease” daily studio show have been carried on ESPN+ since 2018. Additionally, Disney (and BAMTech, prior to its acquisition by Disney) has been a technology and streaming partner for the NHL since 2015.

ESPN - 10 mars 2021.

https://espnpressroom.com/us/press-releases/2021/03/the-walt-disney-company-espn-and-national-hockey-league-reach-groundbreaking-long-term-agreement/


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NHL deal with ESPN, Disney takes hockey into the future TV, streaming platforms will help grow game, give fans more options

The news should be music to the ears of hockey fans, like the old "NHL on ESPN" theme song.

The NHL will be back on ESPN for the first time since 2004.

The Walt Disney Co., ESPN and the NHL announced a seven-year media rights deal Wednesday that will start next season and run through 2027-28.

But this deal isn't about the past. It's about the future. It's a combination of traditional television and cutting-edge streaming that should help Disney grow its audience, help the NHL grow the game and give fans more options.

"This is a win-win-win," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said.

The NHL will still be in places fans expect. The Stanley Cup Final will be on ABC in four of the seven years of the deal. ABC and ESPN will carry one conference final series and half of the first- and second-round games in the Stanley Cup Playoffs each season, plus 25 regular-season games.

(Remember that the remainder of the media rights are to be negotiated, and NBC, in the last year of a 10-year deal as the NHL's current U.S. partner, is in the bidding. This is only part of the picture.)

But ESPN will also produce 75 national games each regular season and stream them on ESPN+ and Hulu, and it will stream more than 1,000 out-of-market games each regular season on ESPN+, replacing NHL.TV.

"Streaming really is at the heart of this deal, and this is a reflection of its role as a critical part of our future," ESPN chairman Jimmy Pitaro said.

More than that, Pitaro said it will be a model for sports media rights deals. As the late Walter Gretzky once told his son Wayne, "Skate to where the puck is going, not where it has been."

Pitaro said when Disney and ESPN looked at the data, the NHL had the largest growth in fandom among the major professional sports leagues since 2005. Viewership among ages 18-48, a critical demographic, was up about 30 percent in 2021, according to his latest numbers. The younger demos were up double digits. These are tech-savvy folks.

"That's all music to our ears as we look to attracting the younger generation," Pitaro said. "We think NHL content, live games, are going to significantly help us."

ESPN+ already topped 12.1 million subscribers by the end of 2020, and now it's going to have 75 national NHL games each regular season, plus more than 1,000 out-of-market games. Pitaro said ESPN thinks ESPN+ will be a must-have for hockey fans.

"We love the fact that we have a significant number of games," Pitaro said. "This deal really is the first of its kind if you look at the amount of national exclusive inventory that's going to live on a direct-to-consumer platform. This hasn't been done before. And then on top of that, really the jewel, or the centerpiece, is the out-of-market games."

But wait. Those 75 national NHL games each regular season also will be available to Hulu subscription video on-demand customers at no added cost. There are already 39.4 million of them.

That showcases Hulu for Disney and assures enough oomph for the NHL.

"We wanted to make sure that those games were being widely distributed, and so the combination of ESPN+ and Hulu gives us tremendously broad distribution, approaching the level of some cable services now," Commissioner Bettman said.

Commissioner Bettman said the deal gives the NHL the best of both worlds, but those worlds are changing and will continue to evolve at a rapid pace.

"This reflected the reality of what the media world's looking like now," Commissioner Bettman said. "Everybody knows that there's cord cutting, and everybody knows that these streaming platforms are growing dramatically.

"We think at some point, probably relatively early on in this deal, there's going to be a convergence because of the explosion in the growth [of streaming] and some of the softness [in television] with cord cutting.

"For our fans, this is an opportunity for our younger fans to give them what they want on the places where they go for content."

ESPN's platforms are important places in the sports world. Not only does this deal mean games on ESPN, it means more hockey content on ESPN to support those games and the game as a whole.

"You'll really see the power of the ESPN megaphone," Pitaro said.

That's music to the NHL's ears.

"I'm well aware of their ability to promote and market and reach more sports fans than anybody else, and I think that is going to continue our growth and was an extraordinarily important part of the attractiveness of us coming together with this partnership," Commissioner Bettman said.

"I think their reach particularly for young people will continue our growth, so we enter into this deal with an expectation together that we're each doing something new. We're going to have a new partner, they're going to have a new property, and together that's going to energize both of us to in effect hopefully make both of us better and let each of us grow our fan bases and our viewership."

NHL National Hockey League - 10 mars 2021.


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NHL, Disney reach 'groundbreaking' seven-year multi-platform broadcast deal

The National Hockey League and Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday they reached what the NHL commissioner called a “groundbreaking” seven-year TV, streaming and media rights deal that will bring games to ABC, ESPN and streaming platforms.

The partnership, which will begin with the NHL’s 2021-22 season, is highlighted by exclusive coverage of the Stanley Cup Final on ABC in four of the seven years of the agreement.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed but was widely reported to be worth between $2 billion and $2.5 billion.

In total, there will be 100 exclusive regular-season games per season across ESPN’s networks and streaming platforms.

Additionally, the NHL’s out-of-market streaming package, with more than 1,000 games, will be available for fans to stream only as part of an ESPN+ subscription.

“I believe it is fair to say we were both satisfied with the arrangement that we reached and when I had this approved by the NHL owners on Monday unanimously, they were satisfied,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman told a media call to discuss the deal. “We think we have become more valuable over time.”

Bettman described the deal, which includes digital, highlight and international rights, as “groundbreaking” and one that would allow the league to benefit from the power, reach and influence of Disney.

“This is a win, win, win,” said Bettman. “A win for ESPN and the Walt Disney Company, a win for the NHL and most importantly a win for fans.”

The deal “puts us on the cutting edge of content distribution,” he added.

The NHL’s current 10-year, estimated $2 billion broadcast deal with NBC expires at the end of the 2020-21 season.

Like other North American sports leagues, the NHL has endured a difficult stretch that has seen a drop in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has kept fans out of arenas.

A league heavily dependent on gate revenues, Bettman said last year as it was forced into quarantine bubbles in Toronto and Edmonton to complete the season that it would have been cheaper to shut doors and not play.

Under the new agreement, ESPN and ABC will have exclusive live coverage of one Conference Final series and half of all first-round and second-round playoff games in each season of the deal.

Reuters - 10 mars 2021.

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Bob Iger, président exécutif, et Bob Chapek, président-directeur général de The Walt Disney Company ont affirmé ces derniers mois à plusieurs reprises leur volonté de centrer les investissements sur l'activité de streaming de l'entreprise, ce qui nécessite un grand apport régulier de contenu.

Si les plateformes Disney+, Hulu et Star+ ont dernièrement reçu beaucoup d'attention, la plateforme ESPN+ et les réseaux ESPN et ABC ne sont pas oubliés pour autant.

Après la Ligue nationale de hockey (NHL) la semaine dernière, The Walt Disney Company a signé un accord de longue durée avec la Ligue nationale de football américain (NFL) pour accroître la diffusion de matchs sur ESPN, ABC et ESPN+ !

The Walt Disney Company versera annuellement 2,7 milliards de dollars à Ligue nationale de football américain pour ces droits de diffusion qui incluent également deux finales du championnat : Super Bowl LXI (saison 2026) et Super Bowl LXV (saison 2030).

Un retour après une longue absence, les chaines télévisées du groupe Disney ayant diffusé leur dernière finale de championnat en 2006. Les Super Bowl LXI et LXV pourraient potentiellement être diffusées en direct simultanément sur les réseaux ESPN et ABC.

Comme pour le hockey sur glace, les matchs acquis seront partagés sur les réseaux ABC et ESPN et la plateforme de streaming ESPN+.

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The Walt Disney Company, ESPN and National Football League Reach Landmark Long-Term Agreement

* More Postseason Games: Super Bowls on ABC/ESPN and Additional Playoff Telecasts

* More Exclusive National ESPN+ Content Including New Live Game Rights and NFL PrimeTime

* 35% More Regular-Season Matchups: Monday Night Football Featuring Three Weeks With Multiple Games, Plus Saturday Action

* Enhanced Schedule Quality and Flexibility

* Comprehensive Highlights, NFL Draft, Pro Bowl and More

* 10-year Agreement Begins in 2023

The Walt Disney Company, ESPN and the National Football League (NFL) have reached a wide-ranging, long-term agreement that will result in ABC/ESPN joining the Super Bowl rotation, additional playoff action, exclusive national ESPN+ matchups over the course of the agreement, significantly more regular-season contests including Monday Night Football, enhanced game quality, new schedule flexibility and more. The historic 10-year agreement, which begins with the 2023 season, was announced today by Bob Chapek, Chief Executive Officer, The Walt Disney Company, Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman, ESPN and Sports Content, and Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner. (Note: Updated information about ESPN’s plans for the interim 2021 and 2022 seasons is documented at the bottom of the release.)

Statement from Bob Chapek, Chief Executive Officer, The Walt Disney Company

“This landmark agreement guarantees that ESPN’s passionate fan base will continue to have access to the best the NFL has to offer. Bringing all the considerable and unique capabilities of The Walt Disney Company and ESPN to the table opens up so many opportunities across our industry-leading direct-to-consumer, broadcast, cable, linear, social and digital outlets. Special thanks to Roger Goodell and the NFL owners for continuing to embrace new ways to appeal to their fans, especially through increasingly important platforms like ESPN+.”

Statement from Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman, ESPN and Sports Content

“When ESPN and the NFL work best together, the results are transformational for sports fans and the industry.  Some of the most remarkable collaborative examples have occurred in the past 12 months and have demonstrated the extraordinary range of The Walt Disney Company that is fundamental to this agreement. There are so many exciting new components, including Super Bowls and added playoff games, new end-of-season games with playoff implications, exclusive streaming games on ESPN+, scheduling flexibility and enhancements, and much more.  It’s a wide-ranging agreement unlike any we’ve reached with the NFL, and we couldn’t be more energized about what the future holds.”

Statement from Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner

“We are thrilled to extend and expand our partnership with Disney far into the future, as ESPN will continue to host cable’s most-watched series, Monday Night Football, and ABC is returning as a Super Bowl broadcaster. We look forward to working with Disney as they use new platforms, including ESPN+, in innovative ways to reach even more NFL fans.”

Super Bowls Accentuate Expanded Postseason Offerings

ABC/ESPN will carry two Super Bowls (2026, 2030 seasons) as part of a rotation between the NFL’s media partners, marking the first time that an ESPN-NFL agreement included such Super Bowl rights. ABC last televised the Super Bowl in February 2006 (2005 NFL season). Also, ESPN will present more playoff action, adding an annual divisional round game to its schedule, which will continue to include a wild-card matchup.

ESPN+ Exclusive National Live Game Rights Strengthen Impactful NFL Streaming Content

A highlight of ESPN’s increased regular-season package will be one annual exclusive national game on ESPN+, the industry-leading sports streaming service. The game will take place internationally and will be aired live in the Sunday morning ET window. Additionally, this agreement allows ESPN the opportunity to simulcast all ESPN/ABC game telecasts on ESPN+.

Also included is rights for the return of ESPN+ NFL PrimeTime, the iconic NFL highlights show, each week on the streaming platform. NFL PrimeTime is the most-watched, non-game ESPN+ original program. Since its 2018 launch, ESPN+ has showcased a wide variety of top quality NFL content, including the highly-acclaimed Peyton’s Places, and the upcoming multi-part Man in the Arena series focusing on Tom Brady’s Super Bowl journeys. ESPN+ has grown to 12.1 million subscribers.

Monday Night Football To Include Three Weeks With Multiple Monday Games; Saturday Action Also Coming

ESPN will increase its regular-season schedule by 35% — six more games per year (from 17 to 23). It will include an ESPN game on Monday nights (including three weeks with a separate game on ABC), a Saturday doubleheader the season’s final week and the Sunday morning game on ESPN+. Monday Night Football, which has been aired on ESPN in primetime since 2006, remains cable’s most-watched series.

The added two Saturday games will take place during the final week of the regular season and will showcase matchups with playoff implications. Both of those games will be simulcast on ABC and ESPN.

Increased Quality for Game Matchups Via Added Flexibility and Team Appearances

The agreement includes new elements that will enhance the caliber of the Monday Night Football slate. First, the schedule will be more flexible than in years past with the ability for the NFL to swap a more meaningful game into the Monday Night Football slot with 12 days’ notice from Week 12 on. Additionally, top teams will appear more often, as a result of the agreement which provides ESPN the ability to showcase any four teams at least twice, leading to even more compelling games.

Comprehensive Highlights Rights, NFL Draft, Pro Bowl, Studio Shows, MegaCasts, International and More

As part of the agreement, ESPN will supplement its game coverage with the most extensive NFL content at scale across every available platform. Fueled by comprehensive NFL highlights rights, ESPN will continue to offer and/or develop NFL-branded programming (e.g. – NFL Live), pre- and post-game shows, news, analysis and highlights studio shows, storytelling vehicles, digital and social content and much more. It also includes data rights (e.g. – NFL’s Next Gen stats).

In addition, ESPN has once again secured rights to the annual Pro Bowl. Other key elements include opportunities for alternate telecasts (e.g. – MegaCasts), extending and expanding ESPN’s international rights (including areas in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, Oceania, India), ESPN Deportes and more.

ESPN has also obtained rights to NFL Drafts, an event that has been an ESPN fixture since 1980, as part of the agreement.

The rights in this new agreement provide flexibility to maximize current and potential future distribution of ESPN.

2021 and 2022 Seasons

The 2021 season will be the last in ESPN’s current arrangement with the NFL. ESPN and the NFL have reached a bridge agreement for 2022 – the year between when the previous agreement expires and the new 10-year extension begins. For both the 2021 and 2022 seasons, all the foundational components from the agreement expiring in 2021 will be included (e.g. – weekly Monday Night Football games), in addition to select elements from the new 10-year agreement. For example, in 2021, ESPN will be adding the two Saturday games with playoff implications on the last weekend of the regular-season. For the 2022 bridge year, ESPN will showcase the two Saturday games with playoff implications on the last weekend of the season, a Sunday morning ESPN+ game and one ABC Monday Night Football broadcast on a week there is also an ESPN Monday Night Football telecast.

ESPN and NFL

ESPN has been delivering distinctive NFL content since its first calendar year. A combination of live NFL games (since 1987) and groundbreaking studio programming have led the way. Today, ESPN’s platforms provide in-depth, year-round coverage of the league, from NFL game action to special events, to news, highlights, analysis and storytelling.

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