The service, which launches in August and will be a showcase for the 20 Premier League clubs, will provide international broadcasters with a range of new English language, studio based output.
It will contain as many live matches as possible in a single service, with up to six per weekend a possibility, and there will be new programming around these and the delayed matches. Fans will have access to all 380 Barclays Premier League matches.
In addition to the three existing regular Premier League magazine shows broadcast to licensees (Premier League World, the Premier League Preview Show and the Premier League Review Show), there will be new analysis and magazine programmes, international phone-ins, daily football news bulletins and classic matches from the Premier League's extensive archive.
IMG, which has just been re-appointed by the Premier League to handle production and distribution for all its international programming, will be responsible for developing the Premier League's content service.
Scudamore said: "This new service is going to deliver engaging content, and I am sure the quality production, international standing and appreciation of the sports market by IMG, who we have worked in partnership with since 1997, will ensure that the Premier League's content service will deliver an even better Premier League to our fans across the world."