Big-time college athletics and publicly traded for-profit colleges have a few things in common. Both excel at marketing, know their way around multimillion-dollar corporate deals and have plenty of critics.
Nearly one year into the existence of the Pac-12 Networks, the company president couldn’t be happier with how things are going.
“We’re very proud of our inaugural year,” president Lydia Murphy-Stephans said in a recent phone interview. “Honestly, I think what happened this year was downright remarkable. To launch seven networks and digital platforms and build a building and produce that many events and generate revenue, that’s a remarkable story.”
Lydia Murphy-Stephans, the newly-minted president of Pac-12 Networks, told reporters Wednesday that it is the obligation of Pac-12 sports fans to leave DirecTV if the satellite provider continues to refuse to cave to the network’s demands.
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