The Pac-12 Networks start in August, and will have six regional networks and one national network.
I enjoy watching some of the basketball games Gus Johnson calls on Big-10 Network, and I also enjoyed watching Denard Robinson at Michigan, Russell Wilson at Wisconsin and other Big 10 football during 2011.
Unlike some of the other conference networks, Pac-12 Networks have no full or partial private ownership.
My only hesitation in paying for this sort of network is that it’s helping organizations make a lot of money off of football and basketball players who get in trouble for taking free meals and drinks.
Industry giant DirecTV has yet to acquire Pac-12 Networks, but Time Warner, Comcast, Cox Communications, and Bright House Networks will carry them.
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