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Several news outletsreported that the Yankees will ink a new hire CBS Radio worth $15 million to twenty million each year. As part of the deal, the Yankees radio broadcasts will change from one CBS Radio-owned New York station to another. Starting in 2014, Yankees games is going to be heard on WFAN (660 AM), the sports-only radio station thats been the place to find the Mets since 1987. The Mets have been in Kevin Pamphile Jersey discu sions with several radio broadcasters and be prepared to announce a new radio home in the next 6 weeks.
Radio broadcast rights within the $15 million to $20 million range are a rarity in MLB. The Red Sox are the only other team that reportedly rakes in close to $20 million each year from its radio broadcaster, WEEI (93.7 FM). It was big news once the Red Sox signed that 10-year/$200 million offer 2006, to cover the 2007 through 2016 seasons. At that time, WCBS paid the Yankees only $10 million a year for the right to broadcast its games.
But the Red Sox deal doesnt have the symptoms of resulted in an escalation in radio rights fees, how a Rangers multi-billion dollar contract with Fox Sports Southwest did around the TV side. Indeed, the Yankees radio revenue jumped from from $10 million in 2006 to just $14 million this year.
Information on radio revenue generated through the other 28 MLB teams is hard to come by. Theres just not very much publicly reported. Heres what we do know. Three teams broadcast their games on radio stations controlled by the teams owner. Nowhere Jays broadcast on SportsNet 590; both are of Rogers Communications. Twins games could be heard on KTWN (96.3 FM); both are owned by the Pohlad family. And Angels owner Arte Moreno owns KLAA (830 AM), which carries Angels games in southern California.
The Rangers Adam Humphries Jersey and Braves are in a partnership, of sorts, with their respective radio stations. Texas signed a 4-year deal with KESN (103.3 FM) before the 2011 season. The Rangers and also the station each sell commercial time and keep your ensuing revenue, using the Rangers controlling most of the advertising slots.The Braves have a similar arrangement with Dickey Broadcasting Company, which ownsWCNN (680 AM). From 2010, the Braves took primary responsibility for selling advertising during the game, and the pre-game and post-game shows. The teams contract with Dickey Broadcasting expires following the 2014 season.
The Mariners signed a 5-year deal with KIRO (710 AM) prior to the 2012 season. Even though we dont be aware of financial relation to that deal, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported in 2008 the deal coverng this year's through 2011 seasons would spend the money for Mariners $5.5 million a year. Its fair to a sume the current deal is somewhere in the same range.
That leaves 21 teams that we've limited or no information on radio stations contracts. As noted, the Mets are negotiating a brand new deal. The Orioles are, too, as their contract with WBAL (1090 AM) expires at the end of this season. The White Sox, Royals, Indians, As, Astros, Phillies, Nationals, Reds, Cardinals, Pirates, Brewers, Cubs, Dodgers, Giants, and Padres have been in Leonard Johnson Jersey the middle of multi-year deals, but financial terms are unknown. Even le s is known concerning the radio rights from the Rays, Tigers, Marlins, Diamondbacks, and Rockies.
We can get some feeling of each teams bargaining power on radio rights by looking at ratings: the number of people, typically, tune into each game? Sports Busine s Daily provided some numbers last year, covering the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons. The Yankees topped their email list in 2012 by having an average radio audience of 297,200, but that figure represented a steep decline from 2010, when 448,100 fans tuned in. The Mets held second devote 2010 with an average radio audience of 290,600. That dropped to Kivon Cartwright Jersey 209,100 by 2012, putting the Mets behind the Yankees and the Giants (216,200). Rounding the top ten last season were the Tigers, Phillies, Cubs, White Sox, Mariners, Cardinals and Reds.
But the numbers look different once the focus is on men, ages 25-64. Last season, the Reds grabbed 26.3% of that key demographic for its radio broadcasts. The Tigers were second at 25.9% using the Brewers third at 20.9%. The Pirates, Cardinals, Phillies, Giants, Indians, Red Sox, and Mariners complete the very best ten.
The Yankees dont need to attract 20% or perhaps 10% of men aged 25 to 64 within their broadcast place to justify a $15 million to $20 million per season because New York City may be the top radio market in the united states with nearly 16 million listeners.

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