This picture could be posted on the UGA Twitter page before the game telling fans to tune in early and see the band perform in the pre-game. This is a first person picture from the perspective of a Georgia fan, so it could also be used on the team website under the fan page or game photo’s.
This could be a picture for either team’s Facebook cover photo, it was taken at the beginning of the 4th quarter as the beautiful Jacksonville sun begins to set and shows the stadium split down the middle with orange & blue on one side and red & black on the other. I could also see it being the Saturday afternoon/night main picture on the ESPN.com front page as well.
This picture would have could go up on any media platform, Twitter, Facebook, team website, etc. It’s of the UGA fans celebrating a big victory against their arch rival. Could be used for bragging rights over social media, or intriguing recruits or perspective students by showing our rowdy fans.
Kia and the NBA have been partners since 2008, more recently Kia has become the official vehicle of the NBA. Kia and ESPN have been partners since 2003 and they are the sponsor of all NBA broadcasts on ESPN and ABC. Kia contributes 2.5 million annually to NBA broadcasts on ESPN. Photo is from the opening to the NBA on ESPN broadcast produced by Kia.
In 2011 NFL and Nike agreed to deal to make Nike the official on-field apparel provider of the National Football League, at a price tag rumored to be 35 million annually for five years. Nike is not the sole merchandiser for the NFL, they are also signed with Under Armor, G-III, VF, Outerstuff, and New Era.
Citi Field located in Flushing Meadows, NY has been the home of the New York Mets since 2009 and has a capacity of over 45,000. Citigroup and the Mets signed a twenty year four hundred million dollar deal to obtain the naming rights for Citi Field. Citigroup caught a lot of flack after signing the mega-deal, due to the fact that they had recently laid off 50,000 employees.
For my Media Properties & Revenue Generation assignment I chose ABC’s weekly T.V. broadcast, Monday Night Football. 2013 happens to be the 44th anniversary of MNF’s first ever game. September 21st, 1970 was a night that forever changed the history of sports broadcasting. The Cleveland Browns defeated the New York Jets 31-21and America was introduced to future Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Howard Cosell. In 2006, after thirty-six years on ABC, the broadcast moved to ESPN which is part of the Walt Disney family. After five seasons, ESPN signed a new deal with the NFL paying out 15.2 billion dollars over eight years, giving the rights to ESPN through 2021. ESPN already owned the highest per month price on cable bills at $4.69 and this new Monday Night Football contract worried many that ESPN would add an “NFL Premium” to their staggering cable bill pricing. Advertising revenue for MNF is around 200 million annually which is about 600 million less than NBC and FOX get for their Sunday broadcasts. They use the high carriage fee of nearly five dollars per cable bill to make up for that major difference in advertising sales and revenue. ESPN decided to stand pat with their current cable pricing with 98 percent of cable providers in America offering ESPN to it’s customers they didn’t want to ruffle feathers, but as a reference the second highest price on monthly cable bills was TNT at $1.16. A thirty second advertisement on Monday Night Football currently ranges from $325,000 to $400,000 which generates most of the 200 million in annual advertising revenue. Anheuser-Busch, Pepsi, and Gatorade are three of the biggest spot advertisers for the NFL with over 1.3 billion dollars in commitments to the league. A study showed that if ESPN didn’t carry MNF they would lose 54% of their viewership on Monday night, which might be the reason why the pay twice as much as others to broadcast the NFL. ESPN pays nearly 2 billion dollars annually compared to $720 million for FOX, $620 million for CBS, and $603 million for NBC, yet another reason why they charge so much on each cable bill. At the end of the day ESPN might pay the NFL a kings ransom to broadcast games, but with the revenue from advertisements, sponsors, and cable companies is definitely paying serious dividends.