TV: SEC NetworkThe SEC Network, launched in August 2014, is a television channel which fans access via cable or satellite television. Events selected to air on the SEC Network are exclusively available on the channel.
The collaboration between the SEC and ESPN brings together unparalleled content from one of the most competitive conferences in the country with the highest quality, most innovative production partner in the sports industry.
The SEC Network provides 24/7 programming; it's a dedicated channel for all things SEC. At the outset, the network has offered SEC sports and sports-related studio programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week, such as SEC Nation, the network's traveling football pregame show that airs every Saturday during the fall, a television simulcast of The Paul Finebaum Show and a daily news and information show.
Trying to find the SEC Network channel on your TV? Use this online channel finder.
Online: SEC Network +In addition to the 24/7 TV channel, events are streamed online through the SEC Network's website and WatchESPN service under SEC Network + branding
Trying to locate a specific event streaming online? Use this online listing via WatchESPN.com.
FAQIf you have more questions about the SEC Network, please read this FAQ and follow @SECNetwork.
Where can I find the SEC Network channel on TV?
Use the SEC Network channel finder.
Where can I watch SEC Network content online?
Visit this link. SEC Network + provides hundreds of additional digital only events to fans through the WatchESPN app on smartphones, computers, and tablets, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. SEC Network + is not a television channel.
Is the second SEC Network channel I see on my TV guide SEC Network+ ?
No. The additional SEC Network channel you see on your digital TV guide is the SEC Network Alternate channel. It is live only on occasion and used when live events overlap. Everything that airs on SEC Network and the SEC Network Alternate channel is also available on WatchESPN.