Pac-12 Networks Channel Finder
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Contact your provider
Q: How do I get Pac-12 Networks?
A: Visit the Channel Finder on this page and enter your zip code to see the multiple options and providers of Pac-12 Networks anywhere across the country.
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:
- CenturyLink: @CenturyLinkHelp on Twitter or CenturyLink Support
- Charter Spectrum: @Ask_Spectrum on Twitter or Spectrum 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
- Frontier: @AskFrontier on Twitter or Frontier help center
- fuboTV: @fuboTVSupport on Twitter or fuboTV Help Center
- Sling TV: @slinganswers on Twitter or Sling TV customer support
Q: If my TV provider does not carry Pac-12 Networks what are my options?
A: The only way to gain access to Pac-12 Networks is to switch to one of the many providers that do carry the networks. We know switching providers can be a hassle so we’ve tried to make it easier for you. Visit the channel finder on this page, enter your zip code and you will be able to connect directly to one of the multiple providers in your area today.
Ways to watch
Q: Will I be able to watch Pac-12 Networks on my mobile phone or other mobile devices?
A: Yes. Download the Pac-12 Now app for iOS or Android, or visit Pac-12.com/live today to access all Pac-12 Networks content. If your television provider supports TV Everywhere capabilities, you can login through the Pac-12 Now app or on Pac-12.com to access all seven networks anywhere and anytime you want.
If your provider does not support TV Everywhere capabilities, please visit the “Contact your provider” tab on this page to contact your customer support for alternative options.
Q: What devices do you support?
A: You can find a full list of devices that are currently supported by visiting Pac-12.com/pac-12-now.
Q: Why is there some content I'm not authorized to watch within the Pac-12 Now app or on Pac-12.com?
A: Pac-12 Networks produces 850 live events and hundreds of hours of original and studio programming 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, the Pac-12 Now app or on TV, we urge you to contact them and let them know you want it.
Q: Does Pac-12 Networks have an online subscription service available to fans?
A: Pac-12 Networks does not currently provide an a-la-carte, internet-only subscription option. However, we do provide online access to all of our broadcast TV content, including live events, through our TV providers via TV Everywhere service. Download the Pac-12 Now app for iOS or Android, or visit pac-12.com/live to access.
Q: If I live outside of the United States how can I access Pac-12 Networks?
A: In many countries outside of the United States Pac-12 Network is available via YouTube International. To learn more about this service please visit Pac-12.com/pac-12-networks-international. For fans located in Canada, please visit DAZN.com for options to receive Pac-12 Networks.
Q: Why has the Pac-12 Networks not reached an agreement with DIRECTV?
A: Anywhere across the United States, there are multiple options and providers for fans to access Pac-12 Networks. We continue to stay engaged with a variety of new and potential partners, all in service of our steadfast commitment to our fans.
What you get with Pac-12 Networks
Q: What sports and shows will be featured on Pac-12 Networks?
A: Pac-12 Networks offers 850 live events and hundreds of hours of studio and original programming via one national network and six regional networks to super-serve Pac-12 fans by delivering events and content relevant to the two universities in that region.
Q: What key content will be featured on each Network?
Pac-12 Network: Live events from all Pac-12 universities including 30+ football games, 150+ men’s basketball games, Pac-12 Championship events and a host of top-tier women’s and Olympic sporting events. Our all-access shoulder programming debuts first on Pac-12 Network, including The Pregame, Inside Pac-12 Football and The Drive: Pac-12 Football.
Pac-12 Arizona: Live events featuring Arizona and Arizona State coverage in football, men’s and women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Los Angeles: Live events featuring UCLA and USC coverage in football, men’s and women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Bay Area: Live events featuring California and Stanford coverage in football, men’s and women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Oregon: Live events featuring Oregon and Oregon State coverage in football, men’s and women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Washington: Live events featuring Washington and Washington State coverage in football, men’s and women’s basketball and Olympic sports.
Pac-12 Mountain: Live events featuring Colorado and Utah coverage in football, men’s and 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) for the most up-to-date information. You can also use our Channel Finder (located on this page) and enter your zip code to 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 televises 850 live events across seven networks each year, including 30+ football games, 150+ men’s basketball games, 100+ women’s basketball games, Pac-12 Championship events and a host of top-tier women’s and Olympic sporting events.
On top of 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 the most in-depth coverage of every Pac-12 university. In addition to the 850 live events on TV, Pac-12 Networks will also live-stream a number of events on Pac-12 Plus, its digital network featuring university-produced broadcasts of Olympic events such as soccer, volleyball, gymnastics, baseball, ice hockey, swimming & diving, softball, track & field, wrestling, lacrosse, tennis and water polo.
For the 2018-19 Pac-12 men’s and women’s basketball seasons, Pac-12 Networks is set to cover both sports like never before. Studio shows and original programming include:
Pre and Postgame Coverage – As in past years, Pac-12 Networks is set to provide extensive pre and postgame coverage around its 149 men’s basketball games with the “Pac-12 Basketball Pregame Show,” presented by New York Life, “Pac-12 Gamebreak” and “Pac-12 Postgame Report.”
On-site: New this season, Pac-12 Networks is set to takes its show on the road with on-site pre and postgame coverage during conference play at select men’s basketball games. The first occurrence will take place on Jan. 5, 2019, as the “Pac-12 Basketball Pregame Show” airs live from Eugene ahead of Oregon State vs. Oregon, highlighting a quintuple header of Conference hoops on Pac-12 Networks.
Most Days of Coverage: Studio coverage of men’s basketball begins with “Tip-off Tuesday” tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 6, and continues with a series of select Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the season, with Pac-12 Networks providing its most days of coverage yet around men’s basketball.
Complete Tournament Coverage: Also for the first time this year, Pac-12 Networks will take its show on the road for pre and postgame coverage of both the men’s and women’s tournament live from Las Vegas. The women’s tournament is set for March 7-10, 2019, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena and the men’s tournament March 13-16, 2019, from T-Mobile Arena.\
“Inside Pac-12 Basketball” – Similar to Pac-12 Networks’ signature show for Pac-12 football analysis, “Inside Pac-12 Basketball,” which premiered last month with coverage of men’s and women’s basketball media days, will also provide several other special presentations including both men’s and women’s all-conference award announcements, both men’s and women’s NCAA tournament selections and the 2019 NBA Draft.
In addition, Pac-12 Networks will debut an “Inside Pac-12 Basketball” weekly podcast once Conference play begins in January.
“Pac-12 Playlist” – Also new this season, having launched prior to the 2018-19 Fall sports schedule, “Pac-12 Playlist” will continue to provide the latest news and coverage in a short-form fashion from around all Pac-12 sports.
During women’s basketball season, “Pac-12 Playlist” will include live updates on Friday and Sunday evenings during the season, immediately following live game broadcasts.
Content from “Pac-12 Playlist” can also be seen across Pac-12 Networks’ digital, linear and social media channels.
“Our Stories,” presented by Opus Bank – Pac-12 Networks' home for its most-compelling storytelling across all Pac-12 Sports, “Our Stories,” presented by Opus Bank, will include multiple episodes during men’s and women’s basketball seasons as well as content across Pac-12 Networks digital platforms.
AT&T U-verse customers:
As of Dec. 2, 2018, AT&T U-verse no longer provides Pac-12 Networks. We do not want you to miss any upcoming coverage of our outstanding winter and spring sports, including men's and women's basketball, so please enter your zip code in the channel finder located at the left of this page to see a list of the multiple providers in your area who do carry Pac-12 Networks.
If you would like, you can contact AT&T U-verse today at 1-800-288-2020 or by visiting att.com/contactus.
About Pac-12 Networks
At Pac-12 Networks, our mission is to connect fans with the sports and universities they love. Anywhere across the country there are multiple options and ways to access Pac-12 Networks and live coverage of 850 events each season, including over 30 football games, over 150 men’s basketball games, over 100 women’s basketball games and hundreds of women’s and Olympic sporting events across the Pac-12.