People Get To Watch Penn State Football Again

19 Jun

Hot off the presses:

The nation’s biggest cable company and the Big Ten Network reached a deal today that will put the new college sports channel in millions of Comcast Corp. homes in Pennsylvania and other states.

The Big Ten Network will launch on the Comcast network on Aug. 15, in time for the Penn State football season.

Big Ten highlights and replays will be available on video-on-demand and on Comcast’s Internet portal at Comcast.net, the organizations said.

The compromise ends a bitter and public dispute between the Big Ten and Comcast that focused on the soaring cost of sports entertainment for pay-TV customers, and Comcast’s power to make-or-break a new entertainment network with its potential reach into the homes of 48 million Americans.

And it only took a year!

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2 Responses to “People Get To Watch Penn State Football Again”

  1. Adeel June 20, 2008 at 12:54 am #

    Penn State sucks, just like the entire Big Ten. The networks would rather show Penn State shaving Notre Dame’s backs than show two good SEC teams.

  2. The Hose September 20, 2008 at 1:41 pm #

    You suck… PSU is a great foorball with outstanding heritage…THAT is what college football is about you idiot..

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