Originally Posted by Unassisted
Q: How much revenue does the team receive from radio and TV broadcasting contracts?
Their local cable deal pays $5 million annually.
The amount of their local radio deal hasn't been disclosed, but it is described in the press as "lucrative." When perusing the media figures presented by Forbes and MLB, one gets the impression that the radio deal pays about as much as the cable deal.
There is no local broadcast TV deal.
In addition to local broadcasting revenue, the team gets an equal share from the national broadcast deals with FOX, ESPN, Media Player, and Extra Innings.
The FOX deal pays each team $13,333,333 per season. The ESPN deal is worth half that. The value of the Extra Innings deal has not been disclosed. The streaming audio deal pays each team $666,667.