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Minimizing Media Access Could Backfire For The Pac-12
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Minimizing Media Access Could Backfire For The Pac-12

January 26th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
The Pac-12 recently made a proposal to the Division I council to regulate student-athlete participation in media activities as one way to address the amount of time student-athletes spend on athletics. The NCAA is attempting to...
The Pac-12 Social Media Streaming Deal Could Be A Sign Of Coming Change
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The Pac-12 Social Media Streaming Deal Could Be A Sign Of Coming Change

July 21st, 2016 | by Javier Morales
If Twitter can stream games live now, with some Thursday NFL games in 2016 and Olympic sports in the Pac-12 starting this school year, what possibilities lie ahead The College Football Playoff championship game streaming liveĀ on...
Larry Scott’s Conquest Into Asia Could Reap Benefits For The Pac-12
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Larry Scott’s Conquest Into Asia Could Reap Benefits For The Pac-12

June 22nd, 2016 | by Javier Morales
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has received criticism from fans and media for leading efforts to make his conference more of an international brand, venturing into China with sporting events, rather than concentrate on matters...
Larry Scott Is Looking For Balance In The Needs Of The PAC-12 Network And Fans
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Larry Scott Is Looking For Balance In The Needs Of The PAC-12 Network And Fans

January 15th, 2016 | by Javier Morales
The Pac-12 is still without a deal with DirecTV to broadcast the Pac-12 Networks, which leaves many of its fans without the opportunity to watch their favorite school compete. The perceived insensitivity of scheduling games,...