Television deal, 'a big deal': ESPN, Comcast Cable reach agreement for SEC Network
ESPN and Comcast Cable have reached an agreement for the cable provider to carry the SEC Network, the Southeastern Conference, ESPN and Comcast Cable announced Friday.
Comcast subscribers will also be able to access live events on the SEC Network's and Comcast's digital platforms, including Xfinity TV Go app and website, Watch ESPN and SECNetwork.com. They can watch live SEC events anywhere on any of their devices, including television, computer, tablet or mobile device.
"We are extremely pleased to have reached this agreement with ESPN to deliver the SEC Network to Xfinity TV customers on multiple platforms," Comcast Cable Senior Vice President and General Manager, Video Services Matt Strauss said in a release. "Whether in the home or on the go, Xfinity TV customers will be able to watch their favorite Southeastern Conference teams in more ways than ever before."
This comes as big news of fans to the SEC in Mississippi. Comcast is available all over the Magnolia State, so fans of Mississippi State and Ole Miss should be able to watch their teams when they play on the SEC Network.
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