NBA Figure 4

NBA Figure 4

Figure 4: NBA Broadcast Rights Fees, 1982; 2008

p>Figure 4: NBA Broadcast Rights Fees, 1982 – 2008

SeasonCable TVNetwork TV
StationContract AmountStationContract Amount
1982-83 to 1983-84USA/ESPN$11 million/2 yrsCBS$91.9 million/4 yrs
1984-85 to 1985-86TBS$20 million/2 yrsCBSSee above
1986-87 to 1987-88TBS$25 million/2 yrsCBS$173 million/4 yrs
1988-89 to 1989-90TBS/TNT$50 million/2 yrsCBSSee above
1990-91 to 1993-94TNT$275 million/4 yrsNBC$601 million/4 yrs
1994-95 to 1997-98TNT/TBS$397 million/4 yrsNBC$892 million/4 yrs
1998-99 to 2001-02TNT/TBS$840 million/4 yrsNBC$1.6 billion/4 yrs
2002-03 to 2007-08TNT$2.2 billion/6 yrsABC/ESPN$2.4 billion/6 yrs

Source: http://www.insidehoops.com/nba-tv-contracts.shtml

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