A quick primer on the sport’s biggest TV deals

By Greg StoltenbergThe sport’s top TV deals are in.

With the arrival of ESPN, Turner Sports, TNT, HGTV and Fox Sports in the last two years, the sport is poised to reach new heights.

As we’ve seen with most sports, television is a game changer for a sports franchise.

It’s one of the most important tools in the franchise’s success.

But while these deals provide an enormous financial boost for the franchise, they also allow the owners to control the TV channel distribution.

The deal that will forever change the way we watch sports and entertainment is the ESPN and Turner Sports TV deal.

The deal that is set to change the future of television and the way sports fans watch and consume sports is the Disney/ESPN Sports Network (DSN) and ESPN+ (ESPNU).

The ESPN+ deal has been around for a few years, and the deal that was announced last year is the culmination of all that time and effort.

It is worth noting that ESPN+ is not yet a part of ESPN.

Instead, ESPN will continue to make content available through the ESPN App and the ESPN+.

However, the ESPN+ service is designed to complement the existing ESPN platforms.

While this deal is not the biggest in terms of dollars spent, it’s a massive deal that has generated some great TV ratings.

The NBA is the first league to receive this huge TV deal that includes the majority of the league’s TV rights.

In 2017, ESPN and ESPN’s parent company Disney purchased 21% of the NBA for $4.4 billion.

The majority of that money came from the sale of a majority stake in the league to the NBA.

The other 20% of Disney’s stake comes from the broadcast rights for all 30 teams.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at the TV deals for the upcoming season and compare them to other leagues.

The first step is to take a closer look at each league’s overall TV deals.

The 2018-2019 NBA TV dealsAll the NBA deals are listed below in a table.

The numbers are per-game averages.

Each of these deals will be adjusted based on the ratings.

For the sake of brevity, we’ve also broken down each deal into four categories.

First, let me note that these deals are only for the 2018-19 season.

There are no deals in 2021-22.

The 2021-23 and 2022-23 seasons will likely be the last seasons to see a significant uptick in ratings.

Next, let us take a moment to compare the TV deal details for the NBA’s two current TV networks, ESPN, TNT and HGTV.

Each of these networks are part of the Disney owned ESPN family of channels, which is a big deal for many sports fans.

Each has been a big part of what has made the NBA great.

The ESPN network currently consists of ESPNU, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPNEWS, ESPN Radio, ESPN 2K, ESPN App, ESPN Insider and the NFL Network.

The network also has some premium channels that are available through Disney channels.

The next two networks are Turner Sports and TNT.

Turner Sports is part of Turner Sports Networks, which owns Turner Broadcasting and TNT is part to TBS.

Turner is owned by Comcast.

TNT is owned and operated by 21st Century Fox.

The networks are also part of Time Warner.

The remaining networks are Fox Sports 1 and Fox Soccer.

Fox Soccer is owned, operated and controlled by Fox Sports Group.

Fox Sports 1 has been one of our favorite sports networks for years.

The new channel is also one of Turner’s favorite channels, as it is part thereof.

The channel has a lot of sports content and is an all-sports network.

It features several major NBA and NHL games.TNT, on the other hand, is part from Disney.

TNT has a ton of NBA games, including the World Series and the NBA Finals, but it also has a few other sports content.

TNT also has MLB and NHL.

The TNT lineup is also notable for its sports coverage of college basketball.

Trent Green is the lead analyst for ESPN’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which will be aired on ESPN2 in 2018.

Green is a frequent contributor to ESPN’s college basketball coverage, including his weekly NBA Draft coverage.

Green has also been a regular guest on the network.

In 2015, he appeared on the first episode of the series, where he discussed his thoughts on the upcoming NBA Draft.

He has also covered the NBA on ESPNU and ESPN2 since 2010.

Green’s main focus in covering the draft is to help make the league more interesting.

He also provides the latest on college basketball as it unfolds.TBS has been the lead network for college basketball since it began in 2003.

It was created by Fox Broadcasting, which also owns TNT.

Fox Sports is owned in part by Comcast, which was part of Comcast.

TBS has a large focus on sports, including college basketball and its