If your provider does not carry Pac-12 Networks, you may switch to one of the more than 70 TV providers that carry the networks. We know that switching providers can be a hassle so we’ve tried to make it easier for you at www.getpac-12networks.com. Just enter your zip code and you will be able to connect directly to a Pac-12 Networks provider and learn about any special offers they might have.
We've also recently announced a new agreement with Sling TV. Sling TV is Pac-12 Networks’ first subscription-based over-the-top provider to offer the network’s content, enabling Sling TV customers to watch Pac-12 games online, regardless of their location.
SlingTV subscribers can receive six Pac-12 Networks regional feeds, which collectively offer live coverage of more than 800 sporting events. These are available to Sling Orange and Sling Blue customers who subscribe to the “Sports Extra” add-on pack as six separate channels.
Live events and content from all six Pac-12 regional networks will be available nationwide from the following geographies:
Pac-12 Arizona – University of Arizona and Arizona State University
Pac-12 Bay Area – University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University
Pac-12 Los Angeles – University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California
Pac-12 Mountain – University of Utah and University of Colorado
Pac-12 Oregon – University of Oregon and Oregon State University
Pac-12 Washington – University of Washington and Washington State University
The Sling Orange Sports Extra now includes all six Pac-12 regional networks for $5 per month with a Sling Orange subscription.
Pac-12 Networks is also available on the Sling Blue Sports Extra, priced at $10 per month for new Sling Blue Sports Extra subscribers. Existing Sling Blue Sports Extra customers will receive the additional Pac-12 Networks channels automatically, and their price will remain $5 per month with their current subscription.