The Official Website of the Southeastern Conference
The Official Website of the Southeastern Conference

About the SEC Network

Oct 7, 2014

1. Where can I find the SEC Network channel on TV?

Use the SEC Network Channel Finder.

You can also watch online, on this website and WatchESPN apps.

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2. What is the SEC Network?

The new channel developed by ESPN and the Southeastern Conference to serve fans of one of the nation's most elite conference - the SEC. The network will air SEC content 24/7 including 45 SEC football games, 100 men's basketball games, 60 women's basketball games, 75 baseball games, 50 softball games and additional events from the SEC's 21 annual sports. Programming also includes studio shows and original content such as SEC Storied.


3. When did the SEC Network launch?

Thursday, August 14, 2014.


4. Am I able to watch the network on my mobile phone or similar device?

Yes, the SEC Network is available on SECNetwork.com and on iOS, Android, Apple TV and Roku devices through participating providers via WatchESPN.


5. Where can I apply for a job at SEC Network?

Apply online at ESPNcareers.com


6. How many live events will be on the SEC Network?

More than 1,000 live events will be available in the first full year across the television network and its digital extensions.


7. What happens if my carrier doesn't offer the network?

We encourage you to keep calling your cable, satellite or telco provider to request the SEC Network or switch to a carrier that does.


8. Can I pay to subscribe to the network online, Pay-Per-View or via ESPN3 if I can't get it on TV?

No.


9. I live in a state outside the SEC footprint. Are you working to make sure we are able to see the network too?

Yes. Our interest is in delivering this content in broadly distributed packages across the country.


10. How can I get the SEC Network?

Agreements are already in place with AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH, Time Warner Cable, and other providers (full list below) to distribute the network. ESPN will continue negotiating with the other distributors for carriage of the SEC Network. Your cable, satellite, or telco provider makes programming decisions based on customer requests. You can support the SEC Network by calling your cable, satellite, or telco provider and requesting the SEC Network OR by going to GetSECNetwork.com to sign-up.

Arthur Mutual Telephone Company
McClure Telephone Company
AT&T U-verse
Mediacom
Auburn Essential Services
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone dba Mid-Plains Communications
Audeamus, LLC (aka Kerman Telephone)
Minford Telephone
Ayersville Telephone Company
myEVTV
BEK Communications Cooperative
North Dakota Telephone Company
Bright House Networks
Northeast Missouri Rural Telephone Company
Brookings Municipal Utilities dba Swiftel Communications
Olin
Camellia
Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative (PRTC)
Cascade Networks
Peoples Services
CenCom, Inc. IPTV
Plateau Telecommunications
Central Arkansas Telephone Cooperative
PTC Communications
Charter
Randolph Telephone Membership Corporation
Cherokee Telephone Company
Rural Burleigh Cable
Chickamauga Telephone Corporation
Russellville EPB SmartNet
City of Dunnellon dba Greenlight Dunnellon Communications
Siren Communications
Comcast
Smithville Telephone
Com Net, Inc.
Southern Montana Telephone Company
Cox
Spruce Knob
Delcambre
SPTC Telcom
DIRECTV
Suddenlink
DISH
Sunset Communications
Farmers Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc.
Time Warner Cable
Fulton Telephone Company
Trenton Telephone Company dba Tennessee Valley Network (TVN)
Garden Valley Telephone Company IPTV
Tri-County Telephone Association (IPTV)
Glandorf Telephone Company
United Telephone Mutual Aid Corporation IPTV
Google Fiber
Valu-Net, LLC
Grafton Technologies
Vaughnsville Telephone Company
Greenlight D unnellon Communications
Waldron Telephone Company
Hardy OneNet
Wheat State Telephone (ENFUSION)
Highland Communciations Services
Whidbey Telecom
IdeaTek Systems, Inc.
Wilkes Comm
Integra Telecom, Inc.
Wilkes Telephone
LUS Fiber
Yadkin Valley Telecom IPTV
Madtel

11. How can I embed an SEC Network video on my website?

a. Locate the video you want on the SECNetwork.com website.
b. Click the 'Tool' icon below the video, then click "Share". Make sure to wait until the ad ends.
c. Grab the embed code, paste it into your content management system or provide it to your website's engineer.

Click to see an example