Tennis, ESPN Doubling Up

Reynolds, Mike
February 2007
Multichannel News;2/5/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p12
The article reports on the partnership of the Tennis Channel and ESPN on a multimedia programming and for the tennis tournaments Roland Garros (The French Open) and the Australian Open through 2011. The agreement gives ESPN the right to broadcast the second of three major tournaments while Tennis made a deal with the French Tennis Federation for covering the French Open last August 2006. Moreover, Tennis and ESPN will share costs in the tennis coverage.


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