Pac-12 greenlights enhanced football broadcasts
"The Pac-12 is committed to delivering unprecedented access and entertainment to our fans throughout our football broadcasts, and to working with our media partners to be on the cutting edge of innovation."
Ex-Pac-12 Network executives file wrongful termination lawsuit
Two former Pac-12 Network executives filed a lawsuit earlier this week in a San Francisco Superior Court for wrongful termination.
Comcast revealed to be company who overpaid Pac-12 Conference
The Pac-12 reportedly thought Comcast was underpaying at first.
Pac-12 fires 2 senior executives for not disclosing overpayments by distribution partner
"Earlier today, the Pac-12 terminated the employment of two senior executives, effective immediately."
Are we approaching the end of the road for the Pac-12 Networks as we know them?
The Pac-12 is looking at the harsh reality that airing football games on the Pac-12 Networks no longer makes sense.
Pac-12 shift from San Francisco office to work-from-home projected to save each member university $7 million over the next decade
The conference was paying $696,000 per month for its San Francisco office, as per John Canzano.
TV executives are believed to be contenders to replace Larry Scott as Pac-12 commissioner
Media executives Burke Magnus and Randy Freer have been mentioned as Pac-12 commissioner possibilitites.
Outgoing commissioner Larry Scott says “hindsight is great” on Pac-12 Networks distribution failures
Larry Scott, unsurprisingly, still doesn't get it.
Larry Scott finally out as Pac-12 commissioner
What does this mean for the future of the Pac-12 Network and the conference's TV deals?
“We weren’t wanted”: The Pac-12 Networks’ smoke & mirrors can’t hide failures anymore
"No media company wanted to partner with the Pac-12. ESPN declined. FOX, CBS, even the Discovery Channel declined."
The Pac-12’s biggest issue is a lack of recent football success, and that’s hard to fix with a consultant or a commissioner
While the Pac-12's move to look at bringing in an external consultant feels logical and may fix some of the conference's issues, its biggest problem is its football struggles. And those can't be fixed by the central league office.
Pac-12 CEOs may hire a consultant reporting to them, not Larry Scott, and that could lead to a structural overhaul
Some changes could be ahead at the Pac-12.