New York Knicks radio has become an increasingly important part of the team’s daily business.
The team’s broadcasts are among the most popular on TV, and its broadcasts are used by some of the NBA’s top stars.
New York Knicks broadcasting rights are up for grabs for the first time ever, but that doesn’t mean the Knicks are likely to be sold.
According to the New York Post, there’s been no bidding war between the Knicks and NBA over the rights to broadcast games on the radio, although the Knicks have been linked to other broadcasters in the past.
The team’s radio broadcasts are part of a larger trend of NBA teams taking advantage of the radio market, especially with the emergence of new digital platforms such as Spotify and Beats Music.
In addition to the Knicks, the Knicks’ broadcast rights are reportedly up for sale for $5 million per year, which is slightly less than the $7 million per season the team has earned from the rights in recent years.
“The Knicks have never been a bad market for broadcast rights,” a source told the Post.
“But I’m not sure they have the kind of cachet they should have right now.”