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 network 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.

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.

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.