FROM PULLMAN -- Was just passed along an official release from Time Warner with a few details about the launch of the Pac-12 Networks on Aug. 15. Read on for full details.
Here's the release in its entirety:
Starting August 15, Time Warner Cable Digital TV subscribers in Northern Idaho and Washington will be offered the “Pac-12 National” network as well as “Pac-12 Washington,” which are dedicated solely to the Pac-12 Conference and its member institutions. The Pac-12 Washington regional sports network will include programming from all the schools, but will feature University of Washington and Washington State programming.
The chart below has the channels and package on which the networks will be available to Time Warner Cable Digital TV subscribers in Coeur d’Alene, Moscow and Pullman areas.
Network Channel # Package
Pac-12 Washington HD 642 Expanded Basic
Pac-12 Washington 242 Expanded Basic
Pac-12 Network - National HD 640 Sports Pass
Pac-12 Network - National 240 Sports Pass
Time Warner Cable customers who subscribe to Pac-12’s live programming will also be able to watch it via the TWC TV app, making any room in their home a TV room. Additionally, subscribers will have access to all of the regional networks and the national network via TV Everywhere, giving them the ultimate Pac-12 experience when they’re on the go. Customers simply need to log in with their TWC ID to verify their subscription at video.pac-12.com.
The Pac-12 Networks are scheduled to televise 850 live sporting events annually, including 35 football and more than 130 men’s basketball games in the first year, as well as a variety of in-studio shows, special features, commentary, and On Demand content related to the Pac-12’s championship teams and student-athletes.
Pac-12 Networks programming is anchored by a dynamic group of on-air personalities including Pro Football Hall of Famer and former USC Trojan defensive back Ronnie Lott, Olympic gold medalist and former Cardinal swimming standout Summer Sanders as well as Rick Neuheisel, the former Washington head football coach and UCLA quarterback. More information can be found at www.pac-12.com.