This agreement was ratified by the negotiating unit and the foundation board. It was in effect on October 1, 2019. All agreements managed by UFIC consist of the following elements: the agreement requires a single lump sum bonus for all members of the bargaining unit. The money available for this bonus is 4% of the salaries of all faculty members. Neither Versus nor HDNet agreed in 2011 to broadcast games. Three games were recovered by Comcast SportsNet California, all regarding the Mountain Lions at home; Grant Napear made play-by-play while Jerry Glanville faced color comments with additional contributions from Mike Lamb, Mike Pawlawski and Dan Dibley. The Destroyers agreed with Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic to cover two regular-season home games, one of which was never really played. Glanville again delivered color reviews, while CSN channels called Brent Harris and Dave Johnson play-by play for the Sacramento and Omaha games. The date of the second Game Destroyers, which was to be covered by Comcast Mid-Atlantic, became the actual date of the new game UFL Championship 2011, which was then broadcast by Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the only television channel of the game. Streaming Internet again for the 2011 season, although with a new carrier Veetle streaming the game on the web and on mobile devices. Changes to the language of the contract for review here: Article 24 Final Count 2017 (pdf). This agreement was ratified by the foundation board and the bargaining unit.
It is in effect on September 7, 2017. Early news reported that the league, based on the UFL`s initial plan, would become a “competitor” to the NFL.  The UFL seemed willing to capitalize on the NFL`s fan-disgust if the established league were to block its players before the 2011/12 season.  The idea was that the NFL would not reach an agreement with the NFL players` union after the end of its collective bargaining agreement. This would have resulted in the postponement or cancellation of the 2011/12 NFL season, so the UFL is the only professional football available.  The NFL blocked its players, but the situation was resolved in July 2011 before the start of the NFL season. This did not ner and deny all the benefits that the UFL hoped to reap from the labour dispute.  In 2010, the five UFL teams signed contracts with local radio stations to transport play-by-play, a marked contrast to 2009, when no matches were broadcast on the radio. The Hartford Colonials were broadcast on WPOP and broadcast two games locally on NESN, which were not broadcast on HDNet or Versus.  The Florida Tuskers were broadcast on WYGM.  Locos are broadcast on KWWN (or KBAD in the event of a conflict).
KHTK supports the Mountain Lions games while KOZN was home to the Nighthawks radio. In 2011, WVSP-FM and WGH-AM became the distribution houses for destroyers.