Cbs Sports Sec Contract

CBS Sports has been the official broadcaster of Southeastern Conference (SEC) games since 1996. And in July 2023, the relationship will continue for another ten years. The SEC recently announced that they have signed a new contract with CBS Sports that will keep them as the primary rights holder for conference football games.

The deal will see CBS Sports broadcast up to fifteen SEC football games, including the SEC Championship Game, each season through 2033. Fans can expect to see these games on CBS and their digital platforms.

The SEC is one of the most competitive conferences in college football, and CBS Sports has been instrumental in bringing the excitement of SEC games to fans across the country. With this new contract, CBS Sports will continue to be a crucial partner in the promotion and growth of college football.

The SEC- CBS Sports partnership has been one of the longest and most successful collaborations in college sports broadcasting history. According to Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports, „CBS Sports has been a proud partner of the SEC for more than two decades, and we are thrilled to continue this relationship for the next decade and beyond.“

CBS Sports` commitment to providing high-quality television coverage, including highly skilled broadcast teams, will continue to ensure that fans worldwide will be able to enjoy the best of the SEC. The new contract will also see CBS Sports showcase the SEC on their digital platforms, making it easier for fans to enjoy their favorite SEC games anytime, anywhere.

In conclusion, the CBS Sports SEC contract extension has been warmly welcomed by fans and stakeholders alike as it is expected to continue providing high-quality football broadcasts to millions of people around the world. The partnership has been built on a strong foundation of trust and mutual respect, and we can only expect better things to come in the next ten years!

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