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Conference commissioner Larry Scott officially announced the launch of the Pac-12 national network, which will be distributed through the iN Demand cable partnership of Comcast, Cox, Time Warner Cable and Bright House, plus six additional regional networks, which will broadcast a combined 850 sporting events annually.

"Every football and men's basketball game will be available to a national audience," said Scott who is making good on the promise he made going into the TV right negotiations.

The Pac-12 will own and control all the networks, which will be available on any device (not just TV) as long as it is authenticated by the cable partner.  The network will debut for the 2012-13 school seasons.

The six additional networks will be strewn across the conference footprint in the Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Southern California, Arizona and Mountain regions.

While satellite companies were not addressed in this announcement, the commissioner implied in a follow-up answer that they are still working to find a home on that platform as well.

The Pac-12 started the press conference with a cool new video, which features some great USCTrojans.com captured content.


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