Wildcats attracted 6,700 web viewers for Chico State

2012-11-07T15:06:00Z Wildcats attracted 6,700 web viewers for Chico StateBy Bruce Pascoe, Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Arizona's exhibition game with Chico State drew slightly increased interest on the Pac-12's website, according to numbers released by the conference.

There were 6,700 unique viewers and the average viewer time was up five minutes to 33 minutes on average.

The Chico State exhibition was the last one of the season that the UA and Pac-12 offered for free via the Pac-12's website. Future webcasts will be piped in feeds from live television productions (the Chico State game was carried only via UA's scoreboard feed) and available only to those who have a cable/satellite subscription that includes the Pac-12 Networks.

The Wildcats will have at least 11 games televised on the Pac-12 Networks this season, including their opener against Charleston Southern on Sunday.

As of now, DirecTV and the Pac-12 Networks remain without an agreement, though Cox, Comcast and Dish Network do have one.

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