You asked for it. We heard you loud and clear.
The Pac-12 Network is here!
We heard many shouts of joy after we added all 7 channels of the Pac-12 network to our offerings. We are just as excited as you to have reached an agreement with the Pac-12 Network.
We have a few updates for you before the network officially kicks off on August 15.
Who can watch? What are the Channel #s?
Customers on our Essentials and Preferred TV packages will automatically get the PAC-12 Oregon (channel 47/647 HD) and the best-of-the-best matches on the PAC-12 National (channel 46/ 646 HD).
You will need our Sports Tier to access the other 5 regional networks:
PAC12 Washington (channel 48)
PAC12 Bay Area (channel 49)
PAC12 LA (channel 50)
PAC12 Arizona (channel 51)
PAC12 Mountain (channel 52)
What will they show?!
The Pac-12 Networks are scheduled to televise 850 live sporting events in the first year, including 35 football games, more than 130 men’s basketball games and hundreds of Olympic sports. In addition to all of the live games, the Pac-12 Networks will feature shoulder programming that will include pregame and postgame shows, football coaches’ shows and Classic Games, among others.
During the first three weeks of the 2012 football season, the Pac-12 Networks will televise three games from Oregon and Oregon State, including OSU’s home opener in week one and Oregon home games against Fresno State and Tennessee State in weeks two and three.
Please note, we had to move some channels to make room for these new channels.
All channels are still accessible, they just may not be on their usual channel number. Check your TV’s program guide for an up to date channel lineup.
Can I get that to go?
Yes! We are currently integrating Pac-12 Now into our BendBroadband2go page so corresponding cable TV subscribers will be able to watch games on their computers and mobile devices. Stay tuned for updates.
This calls for excessive celebration!
What games are you most looking forward to on the Pac-12 network?