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TV Question

Hey there everyone. I am going to be moving to the Heber Valley this summer, since finding a legal job in Salt Lake City is like going for the last hot dog at a family barbecue. It's enemy territory, and there is little in the way of sports bars or other options for watching Ute games. I love the valley and can't wait to take a crack at starting a law firm, but I'm concerned about not being able to get my Utes and unsure about TV deals.

I want to be able to watch the games at home, but I'm not sure what the best TV package is to get. I'm currently with Dish network, and ideally I'd like to just move them down there and not have to fight with contracts and other crap. Do you guys have any inside information on what providers are going to have the best access to the Pac-12 network? It's my understanding that it will be a regular cable network, but that's all I know.

Alternatively, I'd cheerfully pay someone around $100 a year to stream the Pac-12 network on my computer. Does anyone have any indication that this type of service is going to be offered?

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