Premier League Announces Pay-Per-View Plan For League Matches – Mipcom Roundup

In today’s Mipcom Roundup, the English Premier League announces a pay-per-view plan for games, while Spanish-language producers Ánima and Touché Films team up, the BBC and Prince William back new Silverback Films series and ITV partners with Charter Spectrum to order a new Two Brothers Pictures series.


Britain’s English Premier League (EPL), the world’s most lucrative domestic soccer league, came under fire yesterday after announcing that games not selected for open broadcast by Sky Sports or BT Sport will be made available on a pay-per-view basis for a per-match fee of £14.95 ($19.51) after Oct. 17 via BT Sport Box Office and Sky Sports Box Office platforms.

The change will see half of each round of fixture’s games taken off of Sky, BT and the BBC, where they had been available since the league returned to action in June, and made only available via pay-per-view.

With fans not allowed in stadiums and many suffering COVID-19 related financial hardships, the announcement was decried by many on social media as tone-deaf, with outspoken Sky pundit and former Manchester United defender Gary Neville taking to Twitter where he described the change as “a really bad move.”

Yesterday’s decision was the result of a vote between the league’s 20 clubs. Previously, as reported by the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Sky and BT stood strongly in opposition of a PPV model, preferring to continue showing all matches.

An Enders Analysis report previously warned that the next domestic rights tender in 2021 could drop by as much as 10%, explaining that: “Sky and BT overpaid for rights in the past and BT has suffered a decline in its value. Now the U.K. Sports broadcasters are trying to think about reducing their rights costs.”


Ánima, one of the Spanish-speaking world’s largest family entertainment companies, with offices in Mexico City, Madrid, the Canary Islands and Buenos Aires, has entered a joint venture with Ecuadorian production company Touché Films, hosts of the 23.6 million subscriber-strong Enchufe.Tv YouTube channel.

Under the new deal, the two companies will team on developing and producing new, original animated content based on the Enchufe.Tv. Universe. Exact details of the first co-production have not yet been released, but it is described as a family comedy mixing thriller, romance and fantasy elements, and will feature already-existing Enchufe.Tv characters.

The deal was announced by Touché Films CEO Arturo Yépez, and Ánima CEO Fernando De Fuentes S. And COO José C. García de Letona.


As part of a £50m ($65m) venture between the BBC and Prince William, Silverback Films will produce “Earthshot: How to Save Our Plant” (working title), a new factual series about ways in which the world’s natural resources can be protected.

Prince William’s The Earthshot Prize is a £50m ($65m) initiative meant to galvanize people around the world in finding evidence-based solutions to the greatest environmental problems facing the planet today.

The scheme and the show will focus on five key areas: Protecting and restoring nature; cleaning the air; reviving the oceans; eliminating waste; and repairing the climate. The partnership will also see the BBC broadcast the inaugural Earthshot Prize awards ceremony from London next year.

The six-hour series will launch in 2021 and is produced by Silverback’s Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey. Jonnie Hughes is series producer.


Charter Communications’ streaming platform Spectrum and ITV in the U.K. Have teamed on “Angela Black,” a new psychological thriller from Two Brothers Pictures.

Starring Golden Golden Globe winner Joanne Froggatt (“Downton Abbey”), Michiel Huisman (“The Age of Adaline”) and Samuel Adewunmi (“The Last Tree”), the series turns protagonist Angela’s seemingly ideal life upside down. Stuck in an abusive relationship with no apparent way out, she is approached by a PI who reveals secrets about her husband she never could have expected.

Harry and Jack Williams (“The Missing,” “Fleabag”) handle screenwriting duties and production is already underway in London. All3Media International will handle international sales.

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How To Watch College Football Games Online Without Cable

The 2020 college football season is here.

There have been a few games played over the past two weeks, but it wasn’t until Thursday night that a Power Five program took the field when Miami faced UAB.

This Saturday is the first major slate of the season, though there will be some big names missing.

Neither the Big Ten nor the Pac-12 will be playing as both conferences postponed their 2020 season as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The SEC isn’t playing either, but it will commence play on Saturday, September 26.

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So when fans tune into the action on Saturday, it’s understandable for their head to be spinning while flipping through the channels. The schedule, as it is now, can be seen here.

Fans without cable will also need to find a service which broadcasts the games.

Here are some options:

The streaming service has just about every channel that broadcasts college football games, from ESPN, ESPN2, ACC Network and SEC Network, to CBS, CBSSN, ABC, FOX, NBC and FS1. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial, which fans can check out here.

Essentially the same thing as fuboTV, although local channels (FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC) are not available in select markets. Sling offers a three-day free trial, which fans can check out here.

Select games will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN+, which also broadcasts international soccer, UFC fight nights, select NHL/MLB games and much more. The schedule can be seen here, and fans can subscribe to ESPN+ here.

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Why It’s A ‘good Bet’ Giants Don’t Retire Eli Manning’s Number This Season, Especially With No Fans At MetLife Stadium

At Eli Manning’s retirement ceremony in January — wait, that was this year? — Giants co-owner John Mara made it crystal clear that the team planned to honor the franchise’s most successful quarterback in short order.

“No Giant will ever wear number 10 again,” Mara said at the time.

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Few players have ever felt the love and respect among Giants fans as Manning. That’s what leading the organization on two improbable Super Bowl runs will do. As such, it wouldn’t feel right if Manning was honored with a jersey retirement ceremony in 2020. Not without fans in the stands.

Monday, it was revealed that fans won’t be allowed to attend Giants games at MetLife Stadium this season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As such, don’t expect the Giants to go forward with a ceremony honoring Manning at MetLife just yet, either.

The Giants don’t have any plans to induct Manning into the Ring of Honor in 2020 just yet, a person familiar with the team’s thinking told NJ Advance Media. There hasn’t been in-depth conversations about the topic, the person said, but it’s a “good bet” to expect that the retirement of No. 10 will be delayed … For now.

The Giants haven’t inducted anyone into the Ring of Honor since 2016, when coach Tom Coughlin, executive Ernie Accorsi and defensive end Justin Tuck were all honored. Offensive lineman Chris Snee and defensive end Osi Umenyiora were among those honored in 2015.

Even without a ceremony, though, if Mara is to be believed, nobody will be wearing No. 10 for the Giants. Not in 2020, and not anytime thereafter.

Manning earned that much.

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Walker & Dunlop Completes Sale And Subsequent Financing For Birmingham

Walker & Dunlop’s financing team comprised Managing Directors Stephen West and Matt Wallach, as well as Senior Managing Director Will Baker. Leveraging their deep understanding of GSE lending programs, the team secured a ten-year Freddie Mac loan with five years of interest-only payments and an attractive, fixed rate. The financing assignment was completed on behalf of ApexOne Investment Partners, who acquired the multifamily property from Raia Capital Management via Walker & Dunlop’s property sales team, comprised of Managing Directors Kris Mikkelsen and Telly Fathaly.

Said Mr. West, “We’re pleased to have executed both the sale and acquisition financing for The Moretti at Vulcan Park in the face of significant logistical challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis.” He added, “This property is a cornerstone investment in Homewood, a premier neighborhood with high barriers to entry. Despite considerable volatility in the markets, we were able to lock in very attractive debt terms for ApexOne.”

“We’re excited to announce the addition of Moretti to our portfolio. The property fits perfectly within our strategy of purchasing high quality assets with the opportunity to increase value over time by improving common areas and interior units,” commented Tim Burns, Partner and Chief Investment Officer of ApexOne Investment Partners. “We are further pleased to complete this acquisition during the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, showing the capability of our team to execute when markets are difficult and opportunities are presented. The Walker & Dunlop teams were integral to the execution of this transaction.”

Located in one of Birmingham’s most highly sought single family neighborhoods, The Moretti at Vulcan Park is within walking distance to downtown Homewood, a lively and upscale boutique shopping and dining destination. The property is one of only two multifamily communities to deliver in Homewood within the last 20 years and is proximate to Birmingham’s top neighborhoods, schools, lifestyle amenities, and employment centers. Built in 2014, The Moretti features a premium amenity package, high-end in-unit finishes and fixtures, and ample parking.

Walker & Dunlop is a top-ranked multifamily lender; the firm was the largest Fannie Mae DUS® multifamily lender and the 3rd largest Freddie Mac Optigo® multifamily lender by volume in 2019. The company has also achieved dramatic growth in its property sales group, with $5.4 billion in sales volume completed in 2019.

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About Walker & DunlopWalker & Dunlop (NYSE: WD), headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, is one of the largest commercial real estate finance companies in the United States. The company provides a comprehensive range of capital solutions for all commercial real estate asset classes, as well as investment sales brokerage services to owners of multifamily properties. Walker & Dunlop is included on the S&P SmallCap 600 Index and was ranked as one of FORTUNE Magazine’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2014, 2017, and 2018. Walker & Dunlop’s 850+ professionals in 40 offices across the nation have an unyielding commitment to client satisfaction.

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Rockies Set 52 Of 60 Available Slots On Player Pool Roster

The Rockies left themselves wiggle room in putting together an initial Player Pool Roster, filling only 52 of the possible 60 slots in advance of players reporting to training camp at Coors Field on July 1.

They already have optioned eight of the 52 designated players to the minor leagues, but by having them on the Player Pool Roster they could call any of them up if a need arises.

One of the more interesting moves was for the Rockies to include left-handed pitcher Ryan Rolison among six left-handed pitchers who will report to camp. A proud sponsor of InsideTheSeams.Com, click the logo to visit Sam’s website

Rolison was the Rockies 1st-round draft choice out of the University of Mississippi in 2018, and pitched at both of the Rockies full-season A teams — Asheville and Lancaster — a year ago. He was 9-9 in 25 starts, and had a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.3-to-1.

Rolison also was in camp with the Rockies the past spring, before it was ended prematurely because of the pandemic. He appeared in two games, working 2 2/3 innings, and allowing four unearned runs.

By bringing him into pre-season camp, the Rockies staff will get a longer look at his potential, and the Rockies can eventually put him on their “taxi squad.” That would allow him to be a part of the workouts in the group of players who could eventually be called up to the big-league team if a need arises in the 60-game regular-season schedule that will begin the last weekend of July.

The lone member of the 40-man roster not among the 52 players on the Pool Roster is right-hander Justin Lawrence, who will begin serving an 80-game suspension once the season begins for violating baseball’s drug policy.

Lawrenced tested positive for Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone, or DHCMT, a compound linked to the oral steroid Turinaboo. It is banned as part of MLB’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

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Soccer-Winning FA Cup Would Be Ideal Preparation For Real Clash: Guardiola

Manchester City’s slim hopes of retaining their Premier League crown have gone but they still have two trophies in their crosshairs, manager Pep Guardiola said after the club reached the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win over Newcastle United.

As well as the Cup, City are also still in the hunt for the Champions League title and hold a 2-1 lead over Real Madrid from the away leg of their last 16 clash in February before the competition was suspended due to COVID-19.

Europe’s elite club competition will be completed with an eight-team mini-tournament held in Lisbon in August. The FA Cup semis will be held on July 18-19 and the final is scheduled for Aug. 1.

“We have two competitions we can win,” Guardiola told reporters on Sunday.

“It will be good to arrive against Real Madrid in the best condition. To win this title would be the best way to prepare for Madrid.”

Guardiola also said he was pleased with City’s response after last week’s 2-1 defeat at Chelsea handed Liverpool the Premier League title.

“We’re delighted after the defeat against Chelsea to be in London again at Wembley to play against Arsenal in the semi-final to try to reach the final of the FA Cup,” he added.

“Always it’s an incredible trophy and it gives us an extra bonus.”

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Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga Seasons: What You Need To Know, Day-by-day

The coronavirus pandemic caused sports around the world to be put on hold, with Europe’s top soccer leagues among them. Ligue 1 (France) and the Eredivisie (Netherlands) were among the competitions to abandon their seasons, but those to resume include the Premier League (England), La Liga (Spain), Serie A (Italy) and Bundesliga (Germany).

With games on a daily basis between now and August — when the Champions League and Europa League will restart — ESPN FC presents a one-stop shop for everything you need to know from across Europe.

Jump to previous days: June 21 | June 20 | June 19 | June 18 | June 17 | June 16 | June 15 | June 14 | June 13 | PreviewsSchedule, scores and standings

Fixtures: Daily match schedule | Premier League | La Liga | Serie A | BundesligaResults: Follow every game | Premier League | La Liga | Serie A | BundesligaTables: All leagues | Premier League | La Liga | Serie A | BundesligaStreaming on ESPN+ (U.S. Only)

LIVE games and replays | Serie A | FA Cup | Copa del Rey | DFB-Pokal | FC DailyWhat to read and watch: Reaction June 21

As the Premier League returned to action, Liverpool needed just two wins to secure their first league title in 30 years. They couldn’t pick up three points in a stalemate of a Merseyside derby at Everton, but the solitary point from their goalless draw inches the Anfield outfit that much closer to the crown. In Spain, Real Madrid’s win at Real Sociedad saw Los Blancos leapfrog Barcelona at the top of the table.

Ogden: Liverpool’s wait for the title goes on a little longerRatings: Azpilicueta 8/10 as Chelsea solidify their hold on fourthRatings: Mane 8/10 but Liverpool held goalless in Merseyside derbyReports: Inter close in on Serie A’s leading pair | Madrid go top with win at SociedadSarri: Ronaldo ‘not physically at his best right now’



Steve Nicol explains why both Liverpool and Everton will be happy with a draw in their first game back.June 20

It has been a miserable return to Premier League action for Arsenal, who were beaten again and saw their injury curse strike once more. Borussia Dortmund secured second place in Germany thanks to dynamic displays from two young stars, while Spain’s big two are arguing about referees.

Ratings: Arsenal defence implodes in shock defeat at BrightonReports: Vitolo rescues Atleti | Leicester lapse | Lewandowski bracePetrosyan: How a youth team ended up playing a Russia league gameHaaland on teammate Reyna: “He’s the American Dream”Zidane refutes Pique claim that referees favour Real Madrid



Steve Nicol says Bayern Munich’s Champions League match will be tough after a full month break.June 19

Manchester United saw promising signs from Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba as they came from behind to earn a point at Tottenham and the title race in Spain took a new twist as Barcelona were held to a draw at Sevilla, with Lionel Messi missing the chance to score his 700th career goal.

Olley: Fernandes picks up where he left off to save Man Utd at SpursRatings: Messi misses chance for 700 as Barcelona slip up at SevillaLowe: La Liga restarts with trouble for home teams and keepersInsider Notebook: Bellingham latest, contract crunch, Arteta’s hairSane to leave Manchester City after rejecting new contractFC Daily: Spurs and Man United draw; Barcelona drop vital points



Steve Nicol says Man United’s first penalty was “100 percent” correct, despite Jose Mourinho’s criticisms.June 18

With Karim Benzema in prime form, Real Madrid strolled to victory over Valencia to stay just two points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona. Meanwhile, Chelsea confirmed the signing of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and the fallout continued from Arsenal’s defeat at Manchester City.

Ratings: Benzema gets 9/10 for golazo, brace in Real winToe Poke: What we learned from Premier League’s returnKarlsen: Why Werner will settle quickly at ChelseaMarcotti: Bayern’s eighth title incredible and problematicLuiz future decided this week | Celta sign Sevilla’s NolitoFC Daily: Madrid close on Barca; Spurs-Man United preview



Gab Marcotti disagrees with Maurizio Sarri’s use of Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus’ defeat vs. Napoli.June 17

The Premier League resumed with goal-line technology controversy and Man City easing past woeful Arsenal. In Italy, Napoli claimed the Coppa Italia by beating Juventus on penalties, with Cristiano Ronaldo not even getting to take one. Perhaps he will win the Champions League final at home in Portugal?

Ogden: Familiar Prem feel as Man City impress, Arsenal implodeRatings: Arsenal’s 1/10 Luiz woeful | 8/10 De Bruyne stars for CityHighlights (U.S.): Napoli earn Coppa glory | Match replay | ReportReports: Dortmund woe | Atleti’s Felix stars | Villa Hawk-Eye farceGuardiola outspoken on racism | Premier League players kneelLisbon to host Champions League final, Europa League in GermanyFC Daily: Strong start for Man City; Napoli upset Juve in Coppa final



Shaka Hislop says Juventus’ loss to Napoli exposed a variety of problems in Maurizio Sarri’s side.June 16

Just 31 days — and seven straight wins — after resuming their season, Bayern Munich sealed yet another German league title. In Spain, Ansu Fati and Lionel Messi ensured Barcelona stayed in control of La Liga. And get set for Wednesday, with Premier League resumption and Coppa Italia final.

Ogden: Premier League players set for tiring yearRatings: Messi makes sure Barcelona do enough vs. LeganesRichardson: Can Napoli deny Ronaldo and Juventus?Report: Bayern win eighth straight Bundesliga titleFC Daily: Bayern’s glory; looking ahead to the Coppa Italia final



Gab Marcotti and Steve Nicol have varying opinions on how difficult Bayern’s Bundesliga dominance has been.June 15

The Premier League returns this week with support for Black Lives Matter, while Marcus Rashford is going above and beyond to help underprivileged children. The Champions League and Europa Leagues will not restart until August, but when it does, we can look forward to World Cup-style tournaments!

Marcotti: Zidane unhappy, Premier League and Black Lives MatterReport: Lisbon to host eight-team Champions League tournamentArteta feels positive about Aubameyang’s Arsenal futureRashford fights on for kids’ meals despite Prime Minister’s snubFC Daily: Bayern’s UCL prospects; Griezmann’s Barca impact



Mark Ogden explains the crucial role Paul Pogba could play in Manchester United achieving a top four finish.June 14

Eden Hazard returned to action as Real Madrid responded to Barcelona’s emphatic victory with their own one-sided win against Eibar, but there was disappointment for cross-city rivals Atletico. And ahead of the Premier League’s resumption, Christian Pulisic was in friendly action for Chelsea.

Ratings: Ramos, Hazard star as Madrid close on BarcaReport: Atletico Madrid held in BilbaoMarcelo takes a knee, raises fist after scoringPulisic features in Chelsea friendly winFC Daily: Assessing the title race in La Liga



Frank Leboeuf says Eden Hazard’s performance vs. Eibar is a positive sign for Real Madrid in the title race.June 13

La Liga champions Barcelona opened the scoring after two minutes and, with Lionel Messi in fine form, eased to victory at Mallorca. In Germany, champions-elect Bayern Munich moved within three points of the title, while Erling Haaland struck an injury-time winner for Borussia Dortmund.

Ratings: 9/10 Messi stars, Barcelona resume with easy victoryHighlights (U.S.): Napoli reach Coppa final | Match replay | ReportReports: Bayern leave it late | Haaland saves DortmundPSG manager Tuchel confirms Silva and Cavani will leaveFC Daily: Barcelona’s impressive return; Bayern edge closer

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Gab Marcotti lauds Christian Eriksen’s performance for Inter, but says Napoli’s defense was the difference.Get ready to resume: Preview content

Dawson: Liverpool’s title wait, Man United’s top four hopesMarcotti: Juventus, Lazio fight for Serie A glory in ItalyMarsden, Kirkland Barca, Madrid to resume title raceConnelly: Can anyone stop Bayern in the Bundesliga?Battle of the Leagues: Which competition is best?

Asian Art Museum To Remove Bust Of Patron. That’s Just A Start.

The museum’s recent original exhibitions include the popular “Lost at Sea: Art Recovered From Shipwrecks,” Philippine art — which Brundage never collected, art and electronic literature by Korean and American artists, as well as traditional arts from the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

Mark Johnson, an art professor at San Francisco State University, who has curated shows at the Asian Art Museum, said that while historically the museum was focused on a white perspective of Asian culture, it has made “incredible strides, diversifying its staff, board and curators,” adding that the curators are largely nonwhite.

The museum’s staff is 50 percent white, 27 percent Asian, 12 percent Latino and 7 percent black. (Some people identified as two or more races.) The board is about half Asian and Asian-American, and 73 percent of its curators are Asian and Asian mixed race. “We certainly recognize that there is always room for improvement,” Dr. Xu said.

Dr. Xu, responding to the Berkeley professor’s comment, said that in developing exhibitions, the museum does bring together scholars, community leaders and artists. “We’ve been working on decolonizing and creating a horizontal redistribution of power that can get at structural racism for years,” he said.

Mr. Tsuchitani and others praised the museum for appointing Abby Chen as head of contemporary art and senior associate curator in 2019, saying she comes from the Asian-American art community, but adding that the institution “still has a long ways to go,” he said.

But the museum is adapting to the changing climate.

This week it will offer an online reading of a theater piece about an African-American drag queen in San Francisco who in 1966 threw coffee in a police officer’s face, after he attempted an unwarranted arrest. That led to a riot, an early gay response to police harassment.

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California Inches Closer To Legalized Sports Betting

California has taken another step toward fixing its colossal budget deficit.

The California Senate Governmental Organization Committee voted to pass a bill that would legalize sports betting as a constitutional amendment on to the Senate Appropriation Committee. A hearing is scheduled for June 9.

Sen. Bill Dodd and Assemblyman Adam Gray, the duo who introduced the bill, played a key role in securing a 9-3 vote from Democrats on the committee.

The amendment could go a long way in helping the Golden State escape its estimated $54-billion-dollar hole in the budget.

If sports betting were to receive the green light in the state, it could make around $282 million in the first six months and $502 million in state taxes once the market grows, according to the Sacramento Bee and Eilers and Krejcik Gaming.

Dodd said he believes legalizing sports betting would bring the act into the light, allowing the state to capitalize financially on something that will likely take place regardless of its legality. Residents of California place at least an estimated $10 million in illegal bets each year, according to Courthouse News.

The bill would allow online sports betting and in-person betting to take place at tribal casinos and racetracks.

Despite the steps it has taken so far, there’s no guarantee that legalized betting makes its way to the biggest West Coast state in 2020.

For a constitutional amendment to find the ballot, it must receive a two-thirds vote from the legislature before racking up a majority vote during the statewide elections in November.

Tribes also played an adversarial role to the bill, believing cardrooms don’t deserve the increased gaming rights the bill would give them.

If sports betting does make it through, though, it could thrive in a state like California.

Not only does California boast 15 professional sports teams across the four biggest leagues in America, but it houses the nation’s largest state population at almost 40 million.

New Jersey, which boasts a population of about 8.8 million, has generated $62 million in tax revenue for the state over the last two years.

With non-sanctioned betting already taking place in the sports-crazed state, legalized sports betting could create one of the most successful markets since the Supreme Court struck down PASPA in 2018.

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Deadline For San Rafael Business Property Statements Extended

San Rafael, CA – The past two months have seen unprecedented disruption to daily routines, jobs, and operations of local government. Although many of its employees are working remotely, the Marin County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk (ARCC) remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic and is determined to complete its constitutional responsibility.

The staffs of each ARCC division are ready to assist taxpayers and residents during this difficult time, even more since California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that extended the filing deadline for business property statements without penalty until May 31. Since the new deadline falls on a Sunday, the deadline is now officially Monday, June 1, for forms to be delivered to the Marin County Assessor’s Office. Businesses had faced a 10% penalty if they were unable to file by the initial May 7 deadline.

“We understand many businesses in all sectors are facing difficult decisions as we shelter in place,” said Shelly Scott, the Assessor, Recorder and County Clerk. “Since every little bit counts, we’d like to remind everyone that many of our services are available through our website, by mail, and by phone.”

California business property taxpayers are required to report their taxable business personal property with a combined value of $100,000 or more to assessors on an annual basis. Law requires that a 1% tax be applied to all business property valued (in total) of $5,000 or more.

Business personal property includes business equipment, supplies, as well as tangible assets such as printers, copiers, furniture, manufacturing and lab and restaurant equipment – everything but the land and the building. If a business has already filed, it stills has until May 31 to file amendments.

If you need assistance in preparing the statement, the Assessor’s Office can offer some tips. Questions can also be addressed by telephone at 415-473-7208 or email AssrPersProp@marincounty.Org with questions. The offices may be closed to the public, but the Assessor’s Office staff remain ready to help.

Visit the Assessor’s Office website for more information on filing requirements and resources. The office staff remains ready to assist taxpayers and answer questions. Public counters for all three divisions are closed during the pandemic, but residents may call the following numbers for staff assistance:

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