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Big Ten Network Still Working to Be Seen

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by MikeR7, Apr 12, 2007.

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  1. Satelliteracer

    Satelliteracer Hall Of Fame

    Dec 6, 2006

    From the Chicago Tribune

    Big Ten Network Mark Silverman indicated that while ABC will get the first pick of conference football games this year, “there will be many weeks when the Big Ten Network will have the second or third selection over ESPN and ESPN2.” Silverman added he is “very confident all the deals will get done” with MSOs in the Big Ten footprint (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 4/19).
  2. mcaldero

    mcaldero AllStar

    Feb 3, 2006
    Yes, most Big Ten Network programming will be produced in HD.
  3. dodge boy

    dodge boy R.I.P. Chris Henry

    Mar 31, 2006
    Will these games be blacked out if you don't subscribe to Game Plan? I hope not....
    But they do black out all the NHL hockey and M<ajor league BaseBall games now shown on the Sports pak, what a rip off...
  4. tonyd79

    tonyd79 Hall Of Fame

    Jul 24, 2006
    Columbia, MD
    Games on the Big Ten channel will not be blacked out.
  5. dlvh

    dlvh Mentor

    Dec 14, 2006
    Another Michigan fan here. This is Great News!!!....GO BLUE!!
  6. auribe14@mac.com

    auribe14@mac.com Cool Member

    Aug 1, 2005
    Not so great news today. The Indy Star, in a little segment at the bottom of the front page of Sports, says the Big Ten is asking $1.10 per subscriber for the channel, more than the NFL Network by $.31!
  7. garn9173

    garn9173 Icon

    Apr 4, 2005

    That doesn't bode well for the Big 10, espcially when they are going to ask cable companies to put their network on the basic tier.
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