The NFL has some very interesting stats this year.
It’s been one of the most watched sports in the world, and while most people don’t watch the NFL on a regular basis, the league is one of only a handful of sports that consistently makes money.
That’s according to research firm IHS, which found that this year NFL revenues have been growing at a compound annual rate of 3.5% for the last three years.
The NFL’s television ratings are also rising.
It has the highest-rated network in the NFL right now.
And ESPN is one the biggest earners in the business.
Now that ESPN is doing well, it’s looking to continue growing the earnings of the league, according to IHS CEO Brian Goldner.
That means growing revenues even more for the NFL.
So, is the NFL in a golden age?
Or do we need to rethink the way we think about the NFL?
Let’s take a look at the numbers.
The Numbers To make sense of the NFL’s revenue growth, we need some basic data to get our bearings.
For the first time ever, IHS released a new study that breaks down NFL revenues into the following categories: TV revenues: How much do you pay for an NFL game?
(NFL games are broadcast on CBS, NBC and FOX, but ESPN is not included)