Pac-12 Networks is the innovative TV and multimedia company of the Pac-12 Conference, and is the first such company to be wholly owned by 12 universities.

Q: WHAT KEY CONTENT WILL BE FEATURED ON EACH NETWORK?

Live events from all 12 universities including 35 football games, 100+ men’s basketball games, Pac-12 Championship events, more than 300 live Olympic sport events and original content such as Pac-12 Sports Report, The Drive: Pac-12 Football and Inside Pac-12 Football.

Live events featuring University of Arizona and Arizona State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

Live events featuring University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

Live events featuring UCLA and USC coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

Live events featuring University of Utah and University of Colorado coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

Live events featuring University of Oregon and Oregon State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

Live events featuring University of Washington and Washington State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.

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Q: WHAT IS PAC-12 NETWORKS?
A: Pac-12 Networks is a 24/7 media company that consists of one national and six regional TV networks, and digital properties designed to connect fans with their favorite Pac-12 teams and universities. The six regional networks represent each region of the Pac-12 territory; Arizona (Arizona and Arizona State); Bay Area (Cal and Stanford), Los Angeles (UCLA and USC); Mountain (Colorado and Utah); Oregon (Oregon and Oregon State) and Washington (Washington and Washington State). The networks’ digital properties include Pac-12.com, the official athletic sites and social media accounts of the universities and Pac-12 Now, the TV Everywhere service that allows fans to watch Pac-12 Networks remotely on any device.

Q: WHAT SPORTS AND SHOWS WILL BE FEATURED ON PAC-12 NETWORKS?
A: Pac-12 Networks produces 850 live events and more than 500 hours of original programming in HD. All of the content does not fit on one network.

We have 7 networks, one national network to showcase events and original programming from all 12 of our schools and 6 regional networks to super-serve Pac-12 fans by delivering additional events and content relevant to the two Pac-12 universities in that region (e.g. Pac-12 Los Angeles will focus on UCLA and USC).

Q: I RECEIVE PAC-12 NETWORK IN STANDARD DEFINITION. HOW DO I GET IT IN HIGH-DEFINITION?
A: All TV providers carrying Pac-12 Networks offer at least one of the Pac-12 Networks in HD. Some offer all 7 in HD. If your provider offers any of the Pac-12 Networks in standard definition only, we encourage you to let them know you want your sports content in HD. To make contacting your provider easier, please use this form to email them directly or reach them through social media.

Q: I AM A PAC-12 ALUM LIVING IN THE SIX-STATE FOOTPRINT, BUT DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO MY PREFERRED NETWORK. HOW DO I GET ACCESS TO THE PAC-12 REGIONAL NETWORK THAT I WANT?
A: Video providers offering the Pac-12 Networks are required to carry at least one of the networks, but have the freedom to offer all 7 networks to their customers at no additional fees to the Pac-12. If they are not offering your preferred network on TV or through Pac-12 Now (our TV Everywhere service), we encourage you to contact them to let them know you want it. To make contacting your provider easier, please use this form to email them directly or reach them through social media.

Q: WHICH NETWORK(S) WILL TELEVISE CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS SUCH AS THE MEN’S AND WOMEN’SPAC-12 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT?
A: Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament matchups being produced by Pac-12 Networks will be telecast on the Pac-12 Network (national feed). The two teams featured will also be on their respective regional network as well (e.g. Arizona vs. Oregon will be telecast on Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Arizona and Pac-12 Oregon)

Q: WHICH PAC-12 NETWORK DO I HAVE?
A: Check your channel guide (or channel lineup) as it is always the most reliable resource. You can also visit the Pac-12 Networks Channel Finder to find local TV providers and the list of channels offered in your area.