Neil Doncaster has discussed the new TV deal which has been struck by SPL clubs ahead of the new season.
The Scottish top flight will continue to be broadcast on both SKY and ESPN, with a handful of Rangers' matches being broadcast as part of the agreement.
He said: "ESPN and SKY will be covering Scottish Premier League games.
"We are extremely grateful for the support that Sky Sports and ESPN have given the game over the last few years that they've been with us. We look forward to be working them in the months and years ahead."
While Doncaster is pleased to announce the continued support of the top-flight broacast partners, he dismissed claims that he was scaremongering when he suggested that there would huge repurcussions should Scottish clubs fail to accept Rangers into the upper half of Scottish football.
He continued: "There will be less money coming into the game overall as a result of all the ordeals. There's a loss in terms of the overseas rights, there's also the loss in terms of the money paid to the SFL this season for their rights. There will be some money lost to the game."
He also refuted suggestions that it was hypocritcal to wish to send Rangers to the bottom division, while retaining an interest in their TV rights.
He said: "We haven't demanded any rights from anyone. We've actually bought rights from the Scottish Football League and made them available to our broadcast partners.
"It wasn't a question of needing them or deserving them, we've had to go into the market and bid against others bidders for those rights and we've done that."
Mr Doncaster also confirmed that the independent commission set up to investigate dual contracts at Rangers would have whatever powers they required to deal with the issue.
"We've appointed an independent commission. They have the power to impose whatever sanctions, should they find there to be a breach of the rules."
There was also confirmation that Dundee had been formally sworn in as a member of the Scottish Premier League.