The most profitable networks for ESPN are expanding.
The network is now worth $2.6 billion a year and generating $1.8 billion in revenue, according to a report by market research firm IBISWorld.
The new number includes ESPN-owned properties like the NCAA, NFL, and NBA.
It also includes Fox Sports, a non-profit, owned by ESPN, that also broadcasts the National Football League and is owned by Comcast.
The league recently announced it is adding more NFL games to its digital platforms.
The networks were last reported to be worth $1 billion a share.
The $2 billion figure represents a 5 percent increase from the previous year.
ESPN had a net loss of $4.1 billion last year.
The increase comes from ESPN adding a total of 730,000 additional viewers.
ESPN also made a profit of $6.3 billion last quarter, up from $3.9 billion a few years ago.