Pac-12 Networks reaches deal with AT&T

Pac-12 Networks have reached a deal with AT&T, the conference announced Saturday morning. AT&T U-verse will carry three of the network’s channels, giving subscribers access to the 700-plus remaining event on the 2013-14 schedule — including 31 football games.

AT&T will provide the Pac-12 with wireless services and receive marketing rights at all athletic events.

The conference still has not reached a deal with DirecTV, and launched a campaign this summer encouraging fans with DirecTV to switch providers.

“Having the nation’s fastest and now most reliable wireless network and a new national distributor in our corner is a big win for the Pac-12 and Pac-12 Networks,” Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement. “Together with AT&T, we’ll be able to give our Pac-12 fans the best, possible experience, and meet the fans’ ever-growing demand for Pac-12 content across all platforms.”

Programming will be carried on these channels:
— Pac-12 Network on channel 759 SD/1759 HD
— Pac-12 Bay Area on channel 760 SD/1760 HD
— Pac-12 Los Angeles on channel 761 SD/1761 HD

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  • UCLA Owns the Rose Bowl

    Finally. Hitting the local sports grill on Saturdays was starting to wear thin.

  • C.g. Carver

    Hay Jack, who what and WHEN does it start? ha-ha turn the matchschene on!

  • Cliff Sakata


  • Sam C

    Direct tv please