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Premier League Sets New Bar with Media Deals Front Office Sports Today

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The Premier League signed a record set of media rights deals with Comcast and Warner Bros. Discovery for $8.5 billion over four years. BBC will receive a highlights package, but Amazon is notably not part of the new deals, despite being a current Premier League broadcaster. We also take a look at the fallout from Florida State’s exclusion from the College Football Playoff and the Arizona Coyotes’ latest attempt to leave the 4,600-capacity Mullett Arena.
Plus, Buchalter commercial real estate attorney and shareholder Keven Rowe discusses the phenomenon of large, “mini-city” stadium and arena projects that include housing, restaurants, and hotels.

The Premier League signed a record set of media rights deals with Comcast and Warner Bros. Discovery for $8.5 billion over four years. BBC will receive a highlights package, but Amazon is notably not part of the new deals, despite being a current Premier League broadcaster. We also take a look at the fallout from Florida State’s exclusion from the College Football Playoff and the Arizona Coyotes’ latest attempt to leave the 4,600-capacity Mullett Arena.
Plus, Buchalter commercial real estate attorney and shareholder Keven Rowe discusses the phenomenon of large, “mini-city” stadium and arena projects that include housing, restaurants, and hotels.

21 min