The SPFL has agreed new TV deals for Scottish football which are said to be the biggest broadcast investment for more than 20 years.
New deals to show the Premiership, Betfred Cup and Irn-Bru Cup have been signed and are understood to be worth £30million per season until 2025.
The contracts start from season 2020/21 with Sky Sports agreeing an exclusive deal to show 48 Premiership matches per season as well up to six Premiership play-off matches.
Premier Sports, who last week penned a deal to show the Scottish Cup, have taken over the Betfred Cup contract and will show between 12 and 16 live games as well as highlights.
BBC Scotland have extended their existing TV highlights and live radio deals and will also show 20 live matches from the Championship this season and next campaign.
BBC Alba will continue to show a deferred Premiership game on Saturday evenings and matches from the Championship, League One and League Two play-offs.
SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: “Every single deal is a major increase on our current contracts.
“Taken together, these deals represent the largest ever injection of broadcast investment since the SPL was founded over 20 years ago.
“Whilst we are not in a position to reveal exact figures, it’s indicative of the sums involved that the clubs quickly voted to accept the deals put before them.
“Interest in the Scottish game is extremely high both at home and overseas. This has been reflected in the size of the commercial deals we have been able to strike in what is definitely a very challenging market.”