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Larry Scott Announces Details On The New Pac-12 Networks

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    By Jon Woods

    [​IMG] Pac-12 conference commissioner Larry Scott has just announced the details behind the upcoming Pac-12 network that will be launching nationwide in 2012. Scott is currently in New York City as a part of the Pac-12 Media Tour as the coaches from the North division are taking part in the east coast portion of their travels before heading to Bristol, CT for a ESPN car wash (the South coaches are in Bristol today).
    - The first big announcement to come out today is the creation of the Pac-12 Networks in partnership with Comcast, Cox, Time Warner and Brighthouse cable
    - The second major announcement of the day was that the Pac-12 is creating six regional networks and one natonal network. The regional networks are Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Southern California, Arizona and Mountain
    - At least 850 sporting events yearly on the Pac-12 Networks
    - Launches in August of 2012
    - Will be available to a wide range of viewers through arrangements with the cable partners
    - Every single football and basketball game will be available in every state on the Pac-12 Networks (if not on one of the conference's other television parners)
    - Hundreds of Olymic sports will be avilable
    - Pac-12 Networks will be available on ANY DEVICE, TV anywhere
    - The conference owns and controls the Pac-12 Networks
    This is just fantastic. I'm shocked that Larry Scott was able to pull this together so quickly, with such a diverse group of partners. I hope the smile on your face is as big as mine.

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