10-02-2009 09:01:06 PM
10-02-2009 09:16:10 PM
The SEC Network is not an actual channel but it is an agreement between the SEC and ESPN to syndicate sports programming which airs on various TV stations around the country. The link below is an article explaining the SEC Network and lists the stations which are part of the SEC Network.
10-02-2009 09:23:10 PM
It appears that WPCH (Channel 17) is part of the SEC Network and is carried by U-verse in the Atlanta market. Here is the SEC Game that will be broadcasted tomorrow:
10-02-2009 09:37:56 PM
10-02-2009 09:57:06 PM
The chances of U-verse being able to broadcast that channel in Atlanta might be slim since Comcast and U-verse compete in that market. You might be interested in these comments from Wikipedia:
"Comcast Sports Southeast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) is a cable regional sports network based in Atlanta, Georgia, and serving 5.6 million cable subscribers across twelve U.S. states. It is a joint venture between Comcast and Charter Communications, and appears on many of the two companies' cable systems across the Southern United States. The initials stand for Comcast Sports Southeast in Comcast markets and Charter Sports Southeast in Charter markets. Despite the co-ownership, the network's logo uses the "crescent C" from the Comcast logo. CSS is only available on terrestrial cable, and is used as a selling point of terrestrial cable service over satellite services such as DirecTV and Dish Network. For the same purpose, CSS is occasionally offered to subscribers of other cable systems that may or may not compete with Comcast or Charter in their specific markets."
10-03-2009 08:29:28 AM