Pac-12 Network goes live Wednesday, Aug. 15

The Pac-12 Network, featuring the Washington universities, will go live on Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m.

The network will host a 7 p.m. conference wide football preview after the launch.

Within the network there will be six regional areas, representing the geographic areas of the conference, with Washington and Washington State featured in the Washington regional network, along with a national channel.

The Pac-12 network will be able to show more UW and WSU football and basketball games throughout the seasons, as well as Olympic sports. Games will be broadcast on TV, as well as the online portion of the channel.

The network will be available within the sports tier for most cable providers. The Pac-12 hasn't negotiated a deal with Direc TV or Dish Network.

In the Seattle area, on Comcast viewers can watch on channel 430 for the regional network, on channel 628 for the regional HD channel and the national channel will be available on channel 431.

For Wave Broadband customers the regional channel is available on channel 123 and 723 for HD. The national channel is on 124, with the HD national channel on 724.

Fios customers can find the Pac-12 regional network on channel 80 and channel 580 for HD. The national channel on 78 and 578 in HD.

To learn more about the Pac-12 visit the Pac-12 website.


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