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Comparing The ACC's TV Deal To The Other Five BCS Conferences


Comparing the ACC's TV deal to the other five BCS conferences. We can't exactly claim poverty here, but ...

PAC-12 TV DEAL: What Does This Mean For Viewers?


Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has pulled off a deal that will make your day-to-day life as a college sports fan better than it's ever been.

PAC-12 TV RIGHTS: Conference Set To Announce Deal Valued At 'About $3 Billion'


Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott actually pulled it off: As first reported by the SportsBusiness Journal early this morning and subsequently confirmed by Pac-12 reporter Jon Wilner of the San Jose...

Sports Business Journal On Pac-12 TV Rights: Market 'As Hot As I've Ever Seen'


John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal sees a smoking hot market for live sports rights. How much is that likely to benefit the Pac-12 as it negotiates its own media rights?

FX To Air Marquee Pac-12 Football Primetime Games Next Season


Pac-12 football might have found a future television home when they signed a deal to broadcast possibly a dozen of their premier matchups in 2011 on FX via Fox Sports.

Pac-12 Cable Network Targeted For Launch In 2012, According to SportsBusiness Journal


Interesting points being made here. *ESPN, FOX have shown the most interest, and the Pac-12 has an exclusive negotiation window through April 30, 2011; Comcast is interested too, and they'll soon control NBC. Three very good possibilities for primary TV distribution outside the potential cable network. *The programming schedule would be filled with over 2500 live events from the conference. It's expected all the Pac-12 football and basketball games not televised elsewhere would be picked up which is what everyone has wanted forever. *It would also contain more "premium content" than the BTN, meaning there could be more marquee high-profile matchups. *Schools would contribute all television and other digital rights to the network. *Industry executives aren't sure if the network will succeed like the Big Ten Network. The biggest impediment could be distribution; how many cable/satellite providers would be willing to include the channel in their digital subscription packages outside the West Coast (and most importantly in California?).

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