Pac-12 Network Information
Pac-12 Networks Channel Finder
Pac-12 Networks Support and FAQs
Here you will find a summary of information to help fans in finding all the information we have been able to gather in one place for reference.
As you know the Pac-12 Networks, including one national and six regional networks, launched on August 15, 2012.
With one national and six regional channels offered by Pac-12 Networks, we anticipate some confusion after its launch. Questions about Cox Cable and Comcast service should be directed to their respective call centers – Cox 884-0133 and Comcast 744-1900. An online form has been set up by the Pac-12 to send a request to DirecTV and other providers to carry the Pac-12 Networks. Visit the Channel Finder, enter your zip, select your provider, click continue, and you’ll be directed to the request form.
The Fall Programming Schedule from the Pac-12 is available, and includes early schedules and team previews for the conference.
Cox Cable and Comcast are carrying the Networks in the Tucson market. The Pac-12 Networks Channel Finder is available to search for a listing of carriers in any zip code. As of now the Pac-12 Networks is having ongoing negotiations with DirecTV, so the Network is not available to their satellite subscribers. There is no timetable for when an agreement will be reached with DirecTV.
Pac-12 Networks is working hard to reach fair market-based distribution agreements with every distributor that is interested in providing their subscribers with Pac-12 sports. Negotiations continue.
TV Everywhere, which provides additional distribution through mobile devices including iPads and eventually iPhones and Android devices, is only available to subscribers who can “authenticate” their service. If you are a Cox Cable or Comcast subscriber you can authenticate TV Everywhere service through your personal account by contacting your provider.
The Pac-12 Digital Network will distribute live events not selected for television. The Pac-12 Conference has the right to distribute these remaining events on a live and/or delayed basis via the digital network. The Pac-12 Digital Network launched on Sept. 10, 2012. The Conference has launched a beta test site and has begun providing digital programming. So look for more content and game coverage to be provided online in the near future.
Online Schedule Links:
Here are the direct links to each channel's schedule that are updated by the network.
Pac-12 Bay Area
Pac-12 Los Angeles
Local Tucson Channel Information:
COX Cable Tucson:
Digital Channel 75, HD Channel 1075
Cox Essential and higher video customers will have online access to all 6 regional feeds and the national feed when we launch.
OnDemand content will be available by Sept. 1st for Cox Advanced TV customers.
Comcast Cable Tucson:
Digital Channel 103, HD Channel 598
Need to have ‘Digital Starter’ package or higher to have Pac-12 Network.
‘Digital Economy’ package, ‘Limited Cable’, or analog customers will have no access to the Pac-12 Network.
Customers can subscriber to the ‘Sports Entertainment Package’ for an additional $9.99/month to receive the P12 National and 5 additional Regional Feeds.
Comcast streaming of the Pac-12 Network is through their Xfinity TV service.
Each of the 7 Pac-12 Network channels is available, and you can find the links to the national and regional channels through the Pac-12 Comcast Streaming FAQ
Channel 413 (overflow additional games may be made available on channels 445 & 446)
Need to have the "America's Top 120 Plus" subscription package or better.
Dish Network customers will have access to the Pac-12 Netwrok TV Anywhere in a few weeks, but it is not yet available as of 9/19/12.