NYRR, 1994 - Present
+ ARCHIVE + NEWS ACCESS
The TCS New York City Marathon, New York Road Runners’ premier event, annually features more than 50,000 runners, including elite athletes from around the world, running through the diverse and vibrant streets of New York City’s five boroughs.
News Access rights next available for the 2022 TCS New York City Marathon, Sunday 6 November.
TCS New York City Marathon 2023 - News Access Licensing Terms
|2023 New York City Marathon; Sunday November 5, 2023; New York, NY
|Non-exclusive, News Access rights
|All Rights: Worldwide excluding the United States
|+ Up to 3 minutes of 2023 NYC Marathon highlights from both the World Feed + VNR
+ The footage can be used for news broadcasts for up to 48 hours past the event finish
|TX'S / VIEWS
|All Languages in Licensed Territory. License to be responsible for subtitling and dubbing at its own costs and expense
|+ World Feed via IMG and VNR provided by NYRR on day of race
|To be quoted by IMG Replay and approved by New York Road Runners
|Applicable per Tech Rate Card
Other Information: International Sound cleared for all footage.
*All footage is licensed on a non-exclusive basis and subject to final approval.
New York Road Runners, whose mission is to help and inspire people through running, serves runners of all ages and abilities through community runs, walks, training, virtual products, and world-class races including its premiere event, the TCS New York City Marathon, which since 1970 has attracted more than 1.3 million finishers.
- + The New York Road Runners has grown from a local running club to a global champion of the running movement.
- + The first New York City Marathon was organized in 1970 and held entirely in Central Park. Of the 127 entrants, only 55 men finished.
- + The Marathon - which starts from Staten Island and winds through Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx and Manhattan before finishing in Central Park - is one of the World’s largest and toughest road races and pre-eminent amongst its peers.
- + In 2021, Kenya’s Peres Jepchirchir won the women’s race, becoming the first-ever Olympic champion to win the New York City Marathon.
- + Since its inception in 2006, the New York City Marathon Official Charity Partner Program has raised more than $400 million for 1,000 non-profit organizations across the globe..