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2022 DGPT Post-Production Media Coverage Announcement

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DGPT has announced their partners for post-production coverage for the 2022 season

Today, February 22, 2022 the DGPT has announced their media team for post production of the 2022 season, and it’s great news if you like high quality disc golf content.

The highlights:

JomezPro has agreed a 2-year deal for $500,000 to obtain post-production coverage rights for the MPO lead card for both 2022 and 2023.

GK Pro has agreed to a 1-year deal for FPO lead card coverage.

Gatekeeper Media agreed to a 2-year deal for MPO chase card coverage.

From the DGPT:

The agreement with JomezPro is groundbreaking for disc golf media. In addition to covering MPO lead cards for all DGPT Elite Series events for 2022 and 2023, they will also provide coverage for three PDGA Majors; the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships, the United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship, and the Champions Cup. The historic, two-year agreement will see JomezPro purchasing the MPO lead card post-production coverage rights of the events for $500,000. 

-DGPT
From Jomez:

“At JomezPro, our mission is to share our love of the sport of Disc Golf across the world through our media channels. Through our partnership with the DGPT and our first multi-year agreement, we are able to create a long-term media strategy that will allow us to serve the community in new and exciting ways!”

-Jonathan Gomez

After what seems like a long “off-season,” the pro tour starts back up this Thursday at the Las Vegas Challenge.

Read the full article here

Are you ready for some new disc golf coverage? We are very excited to see how everyone does with all the sponsor changes that happened recently.

Let us know who you think produces the best coverage in the comments!

-Dirigo Disc Golf // News

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