Here’s a little time lapse video showing the rooftop satellites being installed at Pac-12 Studios in San Francisco.
Welcome to the Pac-12 Networks Blog. Out here on the West Coast, we have a culture of starting new things, and we’re about to embark on one of the most exciting new launches in media history.
Coming in August, get ready for the Pac-12 Networks, a division of Pac-12 Enterprises, the new content and multiplatform media company for the Pac-12 Conference, a leader in collegiate athletics that includes 12 of the most prestigious universities in the world. With a nation-leading 448 NCAA titles across 27 sports (as of today), the Pac-12 has earned its preeminent position as the “Conference of Champions.”
Please allow us a bit more marketing speak: The Pac-12 Networks is a full-time linear network available to cable, satellite and telephone companies, dedicated solely to the Pac-12. It will consist of a national network and six regional feeds that will provide 24/7 access to Pac-12 teams and universities. The networks will televise more than 800 live sporting events annually and will showcase 12 Conference Championship events each year, representing 13 sports. The Pac-12 Digital group encompasses the digital network, mobile, the university websites, social media and innovative digital initiatives across the company.
We are excited and excited to share stories, news and behind-the-scenes glimpses of our ongoing story on the Pac-12 Networks Blog.
Pac-12 Networks took in the action on a beautiful day for the Cal spring football game. The sun was shining, the fans were loud, and the Golden Bears showed us a little of what was to come this season.
Plus, our own Gary Stevenson took some time to talk about the exciting August launch of the all new Pac-12 Networks!
Pac-12 Networks President Gary Stevenson met with an impressive group of students, athletes and fans Saturday to get feedback on what they might like to see on the all new Pac-12 Networks, launching this August.
As you might expect, a common theme was “LOTS OF CAL.” But you don’t become a top-five world-ranked university with the simple answers. We received incredible and insightful feedback. We look forward to attending more campuses this spring!