Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports is reporting that after just one year in business, the SEC Network has a market value of $4.77 billion.

The SEC Network, which celebrated its first birthday on Aug. 14, was more successful than anyone could have imagined. After the most successful network launch in cable television history, the SEC Network has a market value of $4.77 billion, according to research firm SNL Kagan. By comparison, the Big Ten Network, which launched in 2007, has a value of $1.59 billion.
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FairhopeTider106 months
Then how come a majority of the commercials seem to be for ESPN or the SEC Network?
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winston318106 months
If I had $1.6 Billion do you think I would be concerned about your $4.7 billion
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Rex Feral106 months
You aren't rich. They are.
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CockInYourEar106 months
SEC Rich. Big10 Poor
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We're in the money.
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