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NWSL reportedly reaches new TV agreement with ESPN, CBS, Amazon, Scripps

Oct 7, 2023

The NWSL is about to expand its television reach, after years of an exclusive CBS deal.

The league has reached agreements for its television rights with ESPN, CBS, Amazon and Scripps, according to Sportico. The deals reportedly run for four years and will expire in time for the league to sell its rights again after the 2027 Women's world Cup.

The value of the deals remains unknown, but reportedly add up to being 10 times larger than the $1.5 million the NWSL previously received from its CBS deal, which also required the league to handle the eight-figure expense of game production. The deals reportedly put the league above the revenue of the Women's Super League in Europe.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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