ESPN, Manning’s Omaha Productions push deal to 2034

A media rights deal between Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions and ESPN has been stretched to 2034, the network announced Wednesday.
Omaha Productions produces the alternative “Monday Night Football” broadcast featuring the quarterback brothers Peyton and Eli for ESPN, as well as “Peyton’s Places,” a documentary series on NFL history, and “Eli’s Places,” which focuses on college football.

For the network’s basketball games, Omaha Productions produces an alternate broadcast featuring comedian Kevin Hart called “NBA Unplugged.”

Omaha Productions also produces other “Places” editions, headlined by former MMA fighter Ronda Rousey, tennis legend John McEnroe, ex-hockey player P.K. Subban, former WNBAer Sue Bird, and onetime NBA highflier Vince Carter.
The contract extension follows a previous update in 2022. Omaha Productions and ESPN originally inked …

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