The Big Ten has announced a new media rights deal, the conference announced on Thursday. The deal will begins on July 1, 2023 and run through 2029-30 season. In addition to the Big Ten Network, games will be featured on CBS, Fox, NBC, and Peacock.
The deal is worth a reported $7 BILLION for the length of the contract. Conference members will receive an estimated $80-$100 million a year.
Here are the details on the new broadcast schedule.
Fox will maintain the noon time slot and lead in with their popular Big Noon Kickoff pregame show. CBS will take over the 3:30 PM/Eastern time slot that now belongs to ABC/ESPN. NBC will air Big Ten Saturday Night every Saturday in prime time.
Big Ten Network will maintain their traditional coverage of the conference. This includes the Big Ten Olympic sports.