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Pac-12 TV Network: Assessing the 2012 football schedule and distribution matters

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  1. RSSBot

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    Jon Wilner

    Before we get to the meat, a few side notes of significance (the football schedule can be found here) … *** On a teleconference Thursday, Pac-12 Enterprises CEO Gary Stevenson confirmed what we’ve suspected:*Within the league’s geographic footprint, the Pac-12 regional networks will be on basic cable or digital basic. Outside the footprint, the Pac-12 [...]

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  2. sackman

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    Is it just me, or has the quality of journalism really increased with the move to the Pac? Wilner is as good a columnist as I've seen. No shock drama to drive readers, just well informed and thoroughly researched data. I had never heard of Wilner before the move to the Pac, but this guy impresses me. Same with the ESPN Pac 12 guys. No obvious biases, just solid reporting. Man, that's refreshing.
     

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