Pac-12 Networks: New channels launch Wednesday

2012-08-14T22:00:00Z Pac-12 Networks: New channels launch WednesdayBy Patrick Finley, Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
August 14, 2012 10:00 pm  • 

With the press of a button tonight at 6, the Pac-12 will launch a television network it hopes will revolutionize the way fans watch games and, eventually, the way the league makes money.

The Pac-12 Networks — one national station and six regionals, including Pac-12 Arizona — will help commissioner Larry Scott accomplish a long-time goal: to make every single football and men’s basketball game available live, without regional pre-emption, across the country.

In their first year, Pac-12 Networks will air 35 football games, 143 men’s basketball games and 850 games across all sports.

Two of the first three UA football games will be on the network.


Will your cable or satellite system carry the network? Read the rest of this story in Wednesday's Arizona Daily Star and find out.


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