Sports Content and Distribution

Production Date: March 31, 2017 Practice Areas: Sports & Entertainment Law Estimated Length: 3714 minutes


$ 59 Sports & Entertainment Law In Stock

The emergence of a new wave of distribution platforms has fragmented traditional broadcast rights deals. As a result, legal professionals must become adept at managing this new landscape. How are leagues, teams, content distributors, and advertisers and sponsors structuring media rights agreements? What legal and business issues arise in the negotiations, and how do the parties get from concept to deal?

Herrick Sports Law Group partners Irwin Kishner, Dan Etna, and John Goldman will analyze these issues and offer practical insights for legal professionals dealing with sports content and distribution.  

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Understand what makes sports programming unique
  2. Discover OTT programming - the most recent development toward achievement of “TV Everywhere”
  3. Study the effect OTT programming has had on existing sports programming distribution
  4. Examine how non-OTT programming distributors, leagues, and advertisers are responding to the new environment
  5. Review and analyze key provisions of media rights agreements
  6. Gain insight into the future of sports programming 
Timothy H.
Shawnee, KS

Very detailed presentation.

Shaun S.
San Diego, CA

good, fast paced industry overview

James B.
New York, NY

Good panel of speakers.