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ACC Network Launches on AT&T TV NOW Following New Deal with Disney

Jason Gurwin

In late August, ACC Network (ACCN) became the latest college sports network to launch from a major college conference. ACCN is a collaboration between the ACC and ESPN to bring 24/7 programming on the ACC member schools like Duke, Miami, Clemson, Florida State, Syracuse, and UNC.

When it launched, it had wide distribution across PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and joined Sling TV in a last minute deal. While the channel had been carried on DIRECTV since launch, ACC Network wasn’t available on AT&T TV NOW.

As part of what seems like their new deal with Disney, ACC Network is now available to customers on the AT&T TV NOW MAX plan ($70). Those on legacy plans will have access to the channel if they have the Just Right, Go Big, or Even More plans.

AT&T NOWfuboTVHuluPhiloSling TVYouTube
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ACC Network$80-^ $10-
Big Ten Network$80---
Pac-12 Network---^ $10^ $10-
SEC Network$80-^ $10-

While there hasn’t been an official announcement, AT&T has confirmed to us that it has joined AT&T TV, AT&T TV NOW, and AT&T U-Verse starting today. Customers have already reported that the channel has joined their lineup.

Streaming services have had particularly strong carriage of major college sports networks like Big Ten Network and SEC Network. PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV NOW each carry BTN and SEC Network, while fuboTV carries Pac-12 Network and BTN.