Since only about 7 people want the channel, I don't see it happening.
Plenty of us bit the bullet and pulled the Verizon plug unfortunately. I have a couple friends who are waiting out til this August but will finally give up a week before the start of the season. Personally, I ran out of patience. Really sucks, because Fios was my favorite MSO to date. Hated to do it, but need to watch all the great content on the P12 network.
It's been a full season and no PAC12 Network...no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, etc, etc, etc! What is going on here? We are westcoast and while we get the BIG 10 Network...no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, no PAC12 Network, NO PAC12 Network!!!
I'm sure the Pac-12 Network is doing poorly. Since many/most of the viewers do not have the opportunity to view the product, I can see no other outcome. I"m sure all of us just want to watch the games and don't care if the Network makes it or not. Bottom line is, will we have to go another season as if it is 1950 and our only options are to go to the games in person, listen on the radio or read the newspaper?
We just moved to SoCal and can't believe that Verizon doesn't have PAC 12 Network. We have season tickets for the Washington Huskies and now we can't even watch the games on TV ARE YOU KIDDING!!!!
PLEASE ADD PAC 12 NETWORK otherwise we are considering canceling our brand new subscription. We thought that FIOS was supposed to be the best and now we find out that it's not.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ADD PAC 12 BEFORE FOOTBALL SEASON STARTS!
05-03-2013 11:09 AM - edited 05-03-2013 11:13 AM
Pac-12 Network now has the framework for a deal in place with ATT Uverse (http://blogs.mercurynews.com/collegesports/2013/05/03/pac-12-networks-u-verse-agrees-to-terms-deal-e...). That leaves Verizon, DirecTV, and Charter as the only major holdouts. I put the blame squarely on Verizon as the Pac-12 Now has deals with Satellite carriers (Dish), Telcos (lots up and down the west coast, including Uverse), and Cable (Cox, Comcast, Time Warner, Brighthouse). There is now no excuse if these other major providers can strike a deal, clearly Verizon is holding out for a deal they won't ever get. Verizon needs to get their act together and stop screwing over their Southern Califoria fanbase especially.