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In all, Swofford said, the ACC listened to at least a half-dozen proposals for the football syndication rights. But Swofford said Raycom and Jefferson Pilot had an edge.
TV deals add to ACC pot
Raleigh News & Observer


The new contract upholds the ACC's status, according to Raycom president and CEO Ken Haines, as the most televised conference in the country.
ACC completes another pass
Durham Herald-Sun


The basketball deal, which paid the league $28.2 million in the 2002-03 fiscal year, the most recent year for which tax records are available, will likely go over the $30 million mark. Last week, one member of the ACC's television committee called the increase "significant."
TV deal reached for ACC football
Greensboro News & Record


Now, the football and men's basketball syndication contracts between Raycom/JP and the ACC expire after the 2010-11 school year.
ACC restructures TV package with Raycom/Jefferson-Pilot
Burlington Times-News



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