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August 15, 2012 at 10:25 AM

Pac-12 Networks debuts today

Updated: 2:01 p.m.
The much-anticipated Pac-12 Networks launches 6 p.m. today.
Bud Withers gives a list of the stations in the Seattle-area that will carry the channel. The network is not available on DirecTV or the Dish Network.
Here’s a look at the fall TV schedule.
The networks will air 30 football games, about 120 men’s basketball games and 850 live events, many of them being Olympic sports.
The first live event is a Santa Clara vs. Stanford women’s soccer game Friday.
The Pac-12 is the third major conference to create its own network. However, the Big Ten Network is co-owned by Fox and ESPN own the SEC Network.
The Pac-12 Networks, which is comprised of six regional networks and a national network, is owned solely by the conference schools. It was created when the league brokered a $3 billion TV deal with ESPN and Fox.
In conjunction with the network, the conference launched Pac-12.com today, which allows fans to connect with the league across multiple platforms.

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