That's not entirely true. TWC Hawaii is carrying all seven, and so is Bend Broadband. And there was an LA Times article linked in this thread last week that said the price was more than 80 cents for the networks (plural). I had previously heard 90-95 cents. I re-linked the article below w/ the quote. I've also read in a couple of places that those who agree to carry the networks have choice of which ones they want to carry. It made it sound like the seven networks and TV Everywhere are being sold as a bundle and it's up to each individual carrier which channels they want to carry. But it wasn't really made clear and they could have just been stating the obvious, but does anyone really believe Bend Broadband and TWC Hawaii are paying a lot more to carry all seven networks (especially when their customers already have access to everything via TV Everywhere)? So who really knows outside of the Pac-12 and the carriers? This package of channels is unprecedented, so there's nothing to base any of this speculation on. Until something happens we're all just shooting in the dark. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/cotown/la-et-ct-pac12-20120814,0,1511937.story Sports Business Journal has reported that the Pac-12 is seeking more than 80 cents per subscriber to carry its channels. That's more than CNN, USA and FX and about the same as Disney Channel, according to SNL Kagan, an industry consulting firm.