Broadcast Rights Agreement
 The National Collegiate Athletic Association`s (NCAA) transmission contracts that lasted until 2032 (including its largest property, the NCAA Division I Men`s Basketball Tournament – commonly known as «March Madness») were worth US$8.8 billion in 2018.  ESPN has the rights to transfer the entire Little League World Series as well as the finals of the eight regional tournaments that designate the U.S. representatives in this competition. He divides coverage between his family of networks and ABC; the final will be broadcast on ABC. On August 28, 2012, it was announced that ESPN and Major League Baseball were agreeing to a new eight-year contract that would significantly expand the content of the network`s studios and games across all of its platforms. In addition, ESPN`s average annual payment will increase from about $360 million to about $700 million $US.  ESPN will return starting in 2014 with one in two wildcard games per season for the postseason baseball broadcast. The network will broadcast American League Wildcard and National League games in turn each year. He will also have the rights to all potential Tiebreaker regular season games starting in 2014.  In 2013, WNBA and ESPN signed a six-year extension of the transfer contract for the 2017-2022 period – the new deal would show a total of 30 games per season on ESPN networks. Each team would receive about $1 million per year.  Fox Sports and NBC Sports have signed contracts for all NASCAR events until at least 2024.
On October 15, 2012, NASCAR and fox Sports Media Group (FSMG) announced a new eight-year contract of $2.4 billion, a 30% increase over their previous contract.  On July 7, 2013, NASCAR and NBC Sports Group announced a new ten-year contract for $US 4.4 billion.    Ten days later, on August 1, 2013, NASCAR and Fox renewed and expanded their agreement by paying an additional $1.4 billion to complete NASCAR`s new TV package by the 2024 season.   Each NFL team has local TV channels with rights to preseason games and radio stations with rights to all games. Road to the Kentucky Derby NBC and NBCSN have the rights to all Road to the Kentucky Derby races, including the Florida Derby, Derby Santa Anita and Blue Grass Stakes races from March to April.  ESPN became the new channel in 2018. The network has unveiled plans to show more than 100 hours of F1 programme during their first season to return to the sport.