Campus Clips: Pac-12 Networks Secures San Francisco Headquarters; The Mtn. Debuts Women’s Basketball Weekly

Pac-12 Enterprises has found its headquarters in San Francisco after signing an 11-year, multi-floor lease with Kilroy Realty Corporation at 370 Third Street in the South of Market District. The new space, in the technology-rich SOMA district, will serve as the headquarters and operations hub for the new Pac-12 Networks, the Pac-12 Digital Network and Pac-12 Properties, the sponsorship, licensing and events management arm for the Conference. Pac-12 Enterprises will initially utilize 70,000 square feet for its office space and to create a state-of-the-art studio for the Pac-12 Networks.
KRC and Bill Cumbelich of The CAC Group began working with Pac-12 Enterprises and Ed Grammens of Cushman Wakefield on a possible lease and tenant improvements agreement soon after the REIT signed a definitive agreement to purchase 370Third Street in November 2011. Lease negotiations proceeded simultaneously with KRC’s acquisition closing activities on the property. As part of the final lease agreement, KRC has committed to completing the new office, digital media and studio space by mid-2012, when Pac-12 Enterprises is scheduled to take occupancy and begin setting up its digital media and broadcast operations…

…Last night, The Mtn. – MountainWest Sports Network introduced Women’s Basketball Weekly. The weekly program, which airs Thursdays at 8 p.m., recaps the women’s basketball action from across the conference with results and highlights plus player features, game breakdowns and a look ahead at upcoming games. Other elements include: Woman to Watch with analyst Marty Fletcher; On the Court with analyst Abby Waner and host Marius Payton; Player Spotlight, which features a different player, team or coach each week and incorporates behind-the-scenes content; A weekly feature package, telling the story of a player, coach or team. The Mtn. is available nationally on DIRECTV and on cable systems in 28 states across the country…

…The Ball State athletic department has announced the television schedule for the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball Mid-American Conference seasons. The men’s basketball team can have up to 12 MAC games broadcasted and the women’s basketball team will have five games televised on the Ball State Sports Network (BSSN), BSU Sports Link, SportsTime Ohio (STO) and ESPNU…

…UMass Lowell and Comcast launched UMass Lowell On Demand. The exclusive programming destination, available only to local Comcast subscribers, will bring fans behind-the-scenes and with special content from the University, the Athletic Department and the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell…

…Saturday’s Merrimack hockey game against No. 11 Union College will be televised locally on WBIN-TV in HD and nationally on Fox College Sports Atlantic beginning at 4 p.m. Across the country, Saturday’s game can be found on Channel 626 on DirecTV. Fans should log on to and select the “Check for Availability” logo. The game will also be streamed online at with free audio also being provided via Merrimack’s athletics website…

…The Big West Conference Board of Directors announced the addition of San Diego State University as a member of the Conference effective July 1, 2013. San Diego State becomes the eleventh Conference member institution. It’s a bit of a homecoming for the Aztecs as San Diego State was an original member of the Conference, then known as the Pacific Coast Athletic Association, from 1969 to 1978. The Aztecs’ women’s program was a member of the Conference from 1985 to 1990.

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