What You Get
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 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 offers 850 live events and more than 500 hours of original programming. 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 universities in that regional (e.g. Pac-12 Los Angeles will focus on UCLA and USC).
Q: What key content will be featured on each Network?
Pac-12 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.
Pac-12 Arizona: Live events featuring University of Arizona and Arizona State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Los Angeles: Live events featuring UCLA and USC coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Bay Area: Live events featuring Cal Berkeley and Stanford University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Oregon: Live events featuring University of Oregon and Oregon State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Washington: Live events featuring University of Washington and Washington State University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Mountain: Live events featuring University of Utah and Colorado University coverage in football, men’s & women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Q: How do I know which of the seven Pac-12 Networks I have?
A: Check your channel guide (or channel lineup) as it is always the most reliable resource. You can use our Channel Finder (located on this page) to enter your zip code, select your TV provider and see the list of channels offered in your area.
Live Events & Shows
Q: How many live events do you televise on Pac-12 Networks?
A: Pac-12 Networks will televise 850 live events across the seven networks each year, including 30+ football games, 140+ men’s basketball games, 100+ women's basketball games, 90+ volleyball matches, 95+ baseball games, 100+ soccer games, 75+ softball games, 25+ women’s gymnastics and hundreds of other Olympic sporting events (swimming, tennis, track & field, etc.). Pac-12 Networks will also live stream hundreds of other events on Pac-12.com.
In addition to the live events, Pac-12 Networks also produces hundreds of hours of studio shows, exclusive content and original programming to provide fans with inside access and in-depth coverage of every Pac-12 game that they can’t find anywhere else. A description of our studio shows and original programming is listed below:
- The Drive: Pac-12 Football - For the third season, Pac-12 Networks goes behind the scenes with The Drive: Pac-12 Football to give viewers an unprecedented, all-access look at Oregon State and Utah. The documentary-style program showcases the student-athletes, coaches and the dedication it takes to compete at the highest level.
- Pac-12 Sports Report - Airing Monday’s, Pac-12 Networks flagship studio show, Sports Report, delivers fans an all-access look inside Pac-12 sports. Hosts Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson recap the week’s marquee events with expert analysis, commentary, and feature stores that elevate the profile of the conference’s outstanding student-athletes and coaches. Pac-12 Sports Report provides fans an all-encompassing and unparalleled look at the “Conference of Champions”.
- Inside Pac-12 Football - Every Tuesday night, hosts Mike Yam and Curtis Conway provide the latest news and highlights from the week, but it does not stop at their expert analysis. They bring first-hand news from coaches and players both on and off the gridiron. This inside look continues all season long and provides MORE from your Pac-12 Football team.
- Pac-12 Football Pre-Game and Post-Game - Join Pac-12 Networks before every Pac-12 football game as our team of analysts give fans the expert knowledge of which players to watch, key matchups and game predictions. After the game the team will provide recaps and expert analysis on the major performances that determined the outcome of the day’s games.
- Pac-12 Final Score – Hosted by Mike Yam, Nigel Burton and Lincoln Kennedy, Pac-12 Final Score provides viewers a comprehensive wrap-up for the Saturday that was on the gridiron. Join our crew in the studio for detailed analysis, highlights and post-game comments from both players and coaches as they breakdown the action within the conference and throughout the country. Whether it’s the immediate fallout from a memorable shootout or a jaw-dropping play, Pac-12 Final Score offers the type of extensive coverage to satisfy the Pac-12’s football faithful.
- Pac-12 Classics – Fans get to re-live some of the most memorable games and matches in Pac-12 history. Pac-12 Classics brings direct emotions and reflections through interviews with players and coaches. These thrilling moments are too good to only experience once.
- Pac-12 Football in 60 - Every Sunday and Monday the previous week’s games are cut down into an action-packed hour. Each episode includes footage not seen in the live broadcast as well as reviewing and analyzing some of the fan-favorite top plays.
How To Get It
Q: How do I get Pac-12 Networks?
A: The process is simple. Just enter your zip code in our channel finder (located on this page) and you will be able to connect directly to a provider that carries Pac-12 Networks in your area or you can call 855-365-6683 and follow the prompts to be connected to one of the Pac-12 Networks providers in your area.
Q: What television providers carry Pac-12 Networks?
A: There are more than 70 TV providers carrying the Pac-12 Networks. Just enter your zip code in our channel finder (located on this page) and you will be able to connect directly to a Pac-12 Networks provider in your area.
Q: How can I contact my TV provider?
A: Here is the contact information for several video providers who carry Pac-12 Networks. If you are having issues gaining access to our content, we encourage you to contact your provider directly:
- AT&T U-verse: @ATTcares on Twitter or AT&T Customer Support
- Comcast XFINITY: @ComcastCares on Twitter or Comcast XFINITY Customer Support
- Cox: @CoxHelp on Twitter or Cox Customer Support
- DISH: @dish_answers on Twitter or DISH Customer Support
Q: If my TV provider does not carry Pac-12 Networks what are my options?
A: If your provider does not carry Pac-12 Networks the only way to gain access is to switch to one of the more than 70 TV providers that carry the networks. We know that switching providers can be a hassle so we’ve tried to make it easier for you. Just visit the channel finder on this page, enter your zip code and you will be able to connect directly to a provider that carries Pac-12 Networks in your area and learn about any special offers they might have.
Ways to Watch
Q: Will I be able to watch Pac-12 Networks on my mobile phone or other mobile devices?
A: Yes. You are able to view our seven TV networks live on your computers and mobile devices if your television provider supports TV Everywhere capabilities. Simply login at Pac-12.com or on our Pac-12 Now app with the username and password you set up with your television provider and you will be able to watch Pac-12 Networks anywhere and anytime you want.
Q: What devices do you support?
A: You can find a full list of devices that are currently supported by visiting http://pac-12.com/pac-12-now
Q: Why is there some content I'm not authorized to watch within Pac-12 Now or on Pac-12.com?
A: Pac-12 Networks produces 850 live events and more than 500 hours of original programming in HD and makes it available it to all providers. It is up to each provider to determine how the content is delivered to you. If your provider does not allow you to access your preferred content on Pac-12.com, Pac-12 Now, or on TV, we urge you to contact them and 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: I receive Pac-12 Network through my video provider, but only 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 seven networks to their customers. If they are not offering your preferred network on TV or through Pac-12 Now (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: My son/daughter is a student-athlete at a Pac-12 school and I would like to watch all of their games, but my provider does not carry the appropriate regional network. What should I do?
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 seven networks to their customers. If they are not offering your preferred network on TV or through Pac-12 Now (TV Everywhere service), we encourage you to contact them to let them know you want it.
Q: Does Pac-12 Networks have an online subscription service available to fans?
A: There are no current plans to provide an Internet-only subscription option in the United States. We do provide online access to all of our broadcast TV content including live events, through our TV providers.
Q: If I live outside of the United States how can I access Pac-12 Networks?
A: We have an online subscription service via EverSport and YouTube for fans living outside of the United States. To learn more about these services you can visit http://pac-12.com/pac-12-networks-international
GET PAC-12 NETWORKS More than 70 TV providers, big and small, offer Pac-12 Networks to fans across the country. Our priority has always been to make sure that every fan has multiple options to get Pac-12 Networks in their area so they have access to more exciting Pac-12 content than they will find anywhere else. To find a TV provider in your area with Pac-12 Networks, visit the Channel Finder on this page and enter your zip code.
STATEMENT ON DIRECT TV We regret that despite round-the-clock efforts, we and AT&T have been unable to reach an agreement to include carriage of Pac-12 Network on DirecTV. These deals are very complicated and we simply could not commit to an agreement without compromising the principles of our universities. Getting complete distribution for our fans is our top priority and we will not stop working on this until we get there.