Steph Curry’s Unanimous Media signs talent partnership with Comcast NBC Universal

By Tommy Call III

When he’s not on the basketball court for the Golden State Warriors, there’s a chance you’ll be seeing more of Steph Curry on your television and devices.

On Tuesday, Curry’s Unanimous Media signed a “global talent partnership” with Comcast NBCUniversal. The new deal will feature development opportunities across Comcast NBCUniversal’s large platform.

According to Variety, the deal is “first-of-its-kind.”

Via Variety:

NBA star Stephen Curry and his Unanimous Media production label have signed a sweeping, first-of-its-kind talent deal with Comcast NBCUniversal.

The multi-year template agreement is billed as the media giant’s first-ever “global talent partnership.” It counts a dizzying amount of first-look development opportunities across the company.

Unanimous Media’s deal will include multiple opportunities for Curry, including Universal Studios for television projects, DreamWorks Animation for children and family content and on-camera roles at NBC Sports, along with more at NBC News Studios, Universal Parks and Resorts and Comcast’s Xfinity brand, per Variety.

In 2018, the seven-time NBA All-Star started Unanimous Media with Erick Peyton and Jeron Smith.

After signing the deal, Curry will serve as an analyst for the 2021 edition of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. The two-time NBA Most Valuable Player will provide insider analysis during the event and appear on The Golf Channel’s “Live From the Ryder Cup” coverage and “GolfPass.”

Curry will be in front of the camera at the Ryder Cup starting on Sep. 24 in Wisconsin.

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