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This from the News Observer
4) How will the television money be split?
“They will keep their football television revenue and the ACC will keep its football television revenue,” Swofford said.
That means Notre Dame doesn’t have to share its reported $15 million a year deal with NBC, which runs through the 2015 season, and the ACC doesn’t have to give Notre Dame a cut of its football-related revenue from the 15-year, $3.6 billion television deal with ESPN.
Notre Dame will get one-fifteenth of the basketball revenue, Swofford said, which is about 20 percent of the annual ESPN payout.
The average annual payout of the ACC's deal is $17.1 million, which means Notre Dame's average annual share would be worth approximately $228,000.
Swarbrick termed the move as “financially neutral” for Notre Dame.
Swofford said the ACC could renegotiate its deal with the addition of Notre Dame.
Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/09/12/2336990/5-questions-about-acc-notre-dame.html#storylink=cpy#storylink=cpy
that has nothing to do with how much ND is worth to the ACC TV deal
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