Pac-12 Networks strike hurts jobs

Danielle Shi/Staff

We are now in year two of the Pac-12 Networks, a bold venture that gives our 12 universities their own media company. Our focus is to provide unprecedented exposure for all student-athletes and, just as importantly, learning and paid internship opportunities for thousands of Pac-12 students. Unfortunately, those opportunities are
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Extras from Pac-12 Networks

The setting, cast and future presentation of the brand new Pac-12 Networks

Lance MacDonald chooses his words carefully. When asked whether the construction of the Pac-12 studios will be done on time, the assistant project manager for Matt Construction says simply, it will be “substantially complete.” What does that mean? The brand new Pac-12 Networks office and studio, located at 370 Third
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Leader of the Pac

The Pac-12 Networks will air 850 live events this year, ushering in a new era — and new studio — for the ‘Conference of Champions’

On Feb. 15, ground was broken on the Pac-12 Studios at 370 Third Street in San Francisco. Four months later, Pac-12 Networks is still very much a work in progress. But progress is what Pac-12 Networks is all about.
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Cal’s first four games to be televised

Pac-12 Networks will air three of Bears' first four games, ABC to televise Cal's battle with Ohio State

When the Cal football team opens up the 2012 season, the renovated Memorial Stadium will be showcased on a brand new network. The Pac-12 Networks —which will launch on Aug. 15 and consist of a national network and six regional feeds of coverage for conference teams and universities — will
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