MSG Entertainment To Buy MSG Networks

Almost six years after splitting the company to unlock value, Madison Square Garden Entertainment said it has agreed to combine with MSG Networks in a tax-free exchange of shares. The recombination is expected to bolster MSG Entertainment, which includes Madison Square Garden arena, Radio City Music Hall and other venues that have been hit hard as the pandemic has shut down the concert business.

MSG Nets To Offer Vegas Sports Betting Content

MSG Networks said it has reached an agreement with the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN) to bring its sports betting content to the regional sports network five days per week.
VSiN’s Follow the Money began airing on July 1 and will be available every weekday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on MSG.

MSG Networks Partners With Video Call Center

MSG Networks, a regional sports and entertainment network serving the largest media market in the United States, is using the Video Call Center’s (VCC) video-caller based platform to support the production of its newest weeknight sports talk show, MSG 150. By using a smartphone and the VCC’s efficient, high-quality live video connections, MSG Networks has […]

John Malone Said To Be Eyeing MSG Networks

Jim Dolan may soon have a bidder for MSG Networks, which broadcasts games for the New York Knicks, the Rangers and the Islanders. Dolan’s old pal John Malone is said to be eyeing the regional cable and satellite TV network as part of his master plan to own regional sports networks from Miami to New York, sources tell the New York Post.

No Buyers Yet For James Dolan’s Networks

Potential suitors are not tuning in to James Dolan’s MSG Networks — and it appears there is no buyer now for the regional sports network, sources say. “Nothing is happening,” a person close to the situation says, adding that Dolan still wants to sell the business.

MSG Networks Is Looking To Sell

James Dolan’s MSG Networks is sounding out suitors, several sources say. The regional sports network, which has the TV rights for the Knicks, Rangers, Devils, Islanders and other sports teams, collects roughly $5 per subscriber per month — among the highest in the country, according to SNL Kagan. The sales process is believed to be rather young and there is no guarantee a deal will be made.