LONDON (AP) -- Manchester City's broadcast income while winning the title reached a Premier League record 60.6 million pounds ($97.6 million).

Half the domestic TV cash and all the overseas rights income is split equally among the 20 clubs.

The league said Tuesday each club received an equal share of 13.7 million pounds ($22.1 million) from domestic broadcasters, 18.7 million pounds ($30.1 million) from overseas broadcast rights plus 755,000 pounds ($1.2 million) for each place in the standings.

About 570,000 pounds ($917,870) is earned each time a club appears live on British TV.

Arsenal earned 56.2 million pounds ($90.5 million) while finishing third, but fourth-place Tottenham earned 57.4 million pounds ($92.4 million) after playing in 23 live TV games to its north London rival's 19.

Last-place Wolverhampton earned 39.1 million pounds ($62.3 million).

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