DISH Network now has Pac-12 Networks

2012-09-08T01:24:00Z 2012-09-08T22:45:52Z DISH Network now has Pac-12 NetworksBy Patrick Finley Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
September 08, 2012 1:24 am  • 

The Pac-12 reached an agreement with a satellite provider to carry its new network about 12 hours before today's games begin.

DISH Network will air the seven Pac-12 Networks, the league announced just after midnight. The network is available immediately as a free preview for customers.

The main Pac-12 Network will air on Channel 413, with regional channels on 445 and 446 today. DISH customers will also have access to games via TV Everywhere online.

The league still has not reached deals with DirectTV, AT&T, Verizon or Charter Cable.

Here's where to find tonight's game on television:

Comcast: 103 and 598 (high definition) 

Cox:  75 and 1075 (HD)

Dish: 445 and 446 (HD)

Orbitel: 71 and 871 (HD)

Western Broadband: 76 and 776 (HD)

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