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RR Ralphie Report: Comcast users get good Pac-12 Network news

Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. RSSBot

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    The Pac-12 Networks national feed will now be standard on the "digital starter" package. Starting on July 21 the Pac-12 Networks' national feed will become part of the "digital starter" package for Comcast subscribers and the six regional channels will move to the higher-tier (and more costly) premium sports package. Even better (and finally correcting a ridiculous decision), the national...

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    So if I am understanding this right this "good news" means that all the women's BB and VB games I was watching on PAC-12 mountain for the last several years I will lose unless I pay more. I know football rules the roost but not good news to me. I liked it best when Comcast first added PAC-12. I got both the national station (granted nor in HD) and the Mountain station without having to buy a premium sports package.
     

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