SEC Network
 
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Auburn football's 2014 season opener against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Jordan-Hare Stadium on August 30 will be broadcast exclusively on the SEC Network. Make sure you'll be able to watch your Tigers open defense of their SEC crown by going to GetSECNetwork.com or demanding the network from your cable provider. Here's a list of cable providers and contact information:
 
 Cable Provider
Will Carry?
 Phone Number  Twitter Handle
 DISH NETWORK
YES
 -  -
 AT&T U-VERSE
YES
 -  -
 DirecTV
Not yet
 (800) 531-5000  @DirecTV
 Charter
Not yet
 (877) 906-9121  @CharterCom
 Wow
Not yet
 Local Numbers  @thewowbuzz
 Cox
Not yet
 (866) 961-0027  @CoxComm
 Comcast
Not yet
 (800) 934-6489  @Comcastcares
 Time Warner
Not yet
 Request Channel  @TWC
 Bright House
Not yet
 (205) 591-6880  @BrightHouseCare
 
The SEC Network launching in August will be its own channel on your television which you will be able to access via cable or satellite television. Events selected to air on the SEC Network will only be available on the channel. This collaboration between the SEC and ESPN will bring 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. This will be a national sports network.
 
The SEC Network will have 24/7 programming; it's a dedicated channel for all things SEC. At the outset, the network will offer 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 will air every Saturday during the fall, a television simulcast of The Paul Finebaum Show and a daily news and information show.
 
More than 1,000 live events will also be available in the first full year across the television network and its digital extensions. This will include approximately 45 football games, more than 100 men's basketball games, 60 women's basketball games and events from across all 21 SEC-sponsored sports.
 
How do I get SEC Network?
Fans should visit GetSECNetwork.com to alert their cable or satellite distributor they are interested in receiving the network. An agreement is already in place with AT&T U-verse to distribute the SEC Network.
 
ESPN is working hard to ensure that the network will be available via cable, satellite and telco distributors (such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-verse, and Verizon FiOS). ESPN will continue negotiating with the other distributors in the coming months.