List of ACC Network affiliates

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The following is a list of affiliates with the current ACC Network, an ad hoc syndicated sports network operated by Raycom Sports and featuring the athletic teams of the Atlantic Coast Conference. This network is not to be confused with the ACC Network linear channel announced on 2016 July 21 by the league and ESPN, which is slated for launch in 2019.[1] The stations listed below include all stations that broadcast the syndication package.

Note: The ACC Men's Basketball Tournament is not broadcast by ACC Network affiliates outside the ACC's geographical footprint as ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU have rights to that tournament in areas outside the ACC footprint. The ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU broadcasts of the tournament are no longer blacked out in areas inside the ACC's footprint, which as of 2014, includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.[2][3]

The current ACC Network includes:

  • 35 CW affiliates (including WTTO in Birmingham, WCCT in Hartford, WTOG in Tampa, WUPA in Atlanta, WNOL in New Orleans, WKBD in Detroit, KPLR in St. Louis and KMYS in San Antonio)
  • 32 MyNetworkTV affiliates (including WUXP in Nashville, WDCA in Washington, WNDY in Indianapolis, WUAB in Cleveland, and WCGV in Milwaukee)
  • 20 independent stations (including WLNY in New York, KDOC in Los Angeles, and KTXA in Dallas)
  • 11 CBS affiliates (including WFOR in Miami, WJZ in Baltimore and WBTV in Charlotte)
  • 10 NBC affiliates (including WRAL in Raleigh)
  • 9 ABC affiliates (including WHAS in Louisville, WPVI in Philadelphia and WTAE in Pittsburgh)

Affiliates[edit]

These are the current official ACC Network affiliates throughout the United States.[4]

City of License (Market Served) Station [4][5] Channel
VC /
Primary affiliation(s) Owner Notes

Alabama[edit]

Bessemer (Tuscaloosa) WDBB 17.1 The CW Sinclair Broadcasting Group Full-power satellite of WTTO/Homewood
Dothan WTVY-DT 4.1 CBS Gray Television ACC Network airing may alter between WTVY and WTVY-DT2
Homewood (Birmingham) WTTO 21.1 The CW Sinclair Broadcasting Group Acquired from MyNetworkTV affiliate WABM in 2015
Huntsville WHNT-DT2 19.2 Antenna TV Tribune Broadcasting
Montgomery WSFA 12.1 NBC Raycom Media

Arkansas[edit]

Eureka Springs
(Fort Smith/Fayetteville)
KXNW 34.1 Antenna TV
MyNetworkTV (secondary)
Tribune Broadcasting
Fort Smith KFSM-DT2 5.2 Full-power repeater of KXNW
Little Rock KATV 7.1 ABC Sinclair Broadcasting Company

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KASW 61.1 The CW Nexstar Media Group
Yuma
(El Centro, California (U.S.)/Mexicali, Baja California/San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora (MEX))
KSWT-DT3 13.3 Estrella TV Northwest Broadcasting

California[edit]

Anaheim (Los Angeles) KDOC-TV 56.1 Independent Ellis Communications Acquired from fellow independent station KBEH
Fresno KAIL-DT2 7.2 Cozi TV Aperio Communications, Inc.
San Diego KUSI-TV 51.1 Independent McKinnon Broadcasting Company Also serves the Tijuana area in northwest Baja California, Mexico
San Francisco
Oakland/San Jose
KOFY-TV 20.1 Granite Broadcasting
Tahoe City
(Reno, Nevada)
K23DT-D 23.1 MyNetworkTV Deerfield Media (operated through LMA by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)

Colorado[edit]

Colorado Springs KWHS-LD 51.1 LeSEA/World Harvest Television LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation
Denver KTVD 20.1 MyNetworkTV Tegna, Inc.
Glenwood Springs KREG-DT2 3.2 Nexstar Media Group Full-power Satellite of KREX-DT2
Grand Junction KGJT-CD 27.1
KREX-DT2 5.2 Full-power simulcast of KGJT-CD
Montrose KREY-DT2 10.2 Full-power satellite of KREX-DT2

Connecticut[edit]

Waterbury
Hartford/New Haven)
WCCT-TV 20.1 The CW Tribune Broadcasting [5]

Delaware[edit]

Rehoboth Beach
(Dover, DE/Salisbury, MD)
WRDE-LD2 9.2 MyNetworkTV
Cozi TV
Price Hill Television, LLC

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington [5] WDCA 20.1 MyNetworkTV Fox Television Stations Primary ACC Network partner
WTTG 5.1 Fox Alternate affiliate

Florida[edit]

Fort Myers/Naples WBBH-TV 20.1 NBC Waterman Broadcasting Corporation
Fort Pierce
West Palm Beach
WTVX 34.1 The CW Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Gainesville WCJB-DT2 20.1 The CW Diversified Communications
Jacksonville WJXT 4.1 Independent Graham Media Group Former CBS affiliate
Miami
Fort Lauderdale
WFOR-TV 4.1 CBS CBS Corporation Football only. Also available in The Bahamas and the Virgin Islands on cable and Satellite television.
WBFS-TV 33.1 MyNetworkTV Alternate football affiliate of ACC Network in Miami. Primary basketball affiliate.
Orlando WRBW 65.1 MyNetworkTV Fox Television Stations
Panama City WMBB-DT2 13.2 MeTV Nexstar Media Group Previously on WMBB's main subchannel until 2014
Pensacola
Mobile, Alabama
WJTC 44.1 Independent Sinclair Broadcasting Group Acquired from WPMI-TV/Mobile, Alabama in 2015; previously on WFNA-TV from 201?-2013
St. Petersburg
(Tampa)
WTOG 44.1 The CW CBS Corporation Only carries weekend ACC Basketball broadcasts.
Tallahassee WTWC-DT2 40.2 Fox Sinclair Broadcasting Group Alternate affiliate in Tallahassee, affiliation shared with WTLH/Bainbridge, Georgia

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WATL 36.1 MyNetworkTV Tegna, Inc. Alternate ACC Network outlet in Atlanta
WUPA 69.1 The CW CBS Corporation Primary ACC Network station in Atlanta
Augusta (Aiken, South Carolina) WFXG 54.1 Fox Raycom Media
Bainbridge
Tallahassee, Florida
WTLH 49.1 Me-TV New Age Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcasting Group via outsourcing agreement)
Primary affiliate in Tallahassee, Florida; shared with WTWC-DT2
Columbus
(Auburn/Phenix City, Alabama)
WXTX 54.1 Fox American Spirit Media, LLC
Perry (Macon) WPGA-TV 58.1 Independent Register Communications
Savannah WTOC-TV 11.1 CBS Raycom Media

Guam[edit]

Tamuning (Agana) KTKB-LD 26.1 The CW KM Communications Affiliate added in 2015

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu (Oahu) KFVE 9.1 MyNetworkTV MCG Capital Corporation
(operated by Raycom Media)
Hilo (Hawaii's Big Island) KGMD 9.1 Full-power satellite of KFVE-TV/Honolulu
Wailuku (Maui) KGMV 3.1

Idaho[edit]

Boise KTVB 7.2 Independent Tegna, Inc. Previously on the main channel of KTVB from 2014 to 2016
Twin Falls KTFT-LD2 7.2 Full-time satellite of KTVB/Boise except for local commercials

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WCIU-DT4 26.4 Heroes & Icons Weigel Broadcasting
Decatur
Champaign/Springfield
WBUI 23.1 The CW GOCOM Media, LLC
Moline
(Rock Island, IL/Davenport, Iowa)
WQAD-DT3 8.3 MyNetworkTV Tribune Broadcasting
Peoria WAOE 59.1 Venture Technologies Group
Rockford WTVO-DT2 17.2 Mission Broadcasting

Indiana[edit]

Evansville
(Henderson/Owensboro, Kentucky)
WTVW 7.1 The CW Mission Broadcasting Previously on WFIE-DT2 from 2010 to 2016.[6][7]
Indianapolis WISH-TV [8]
WIIH-CD
8.1 The CW Nexstar Media Group Previously on WNDY from 2010-2014, and WHMB in 2014-2015
South Bend WBND-LD 57.1 ABC Wiegel Broadcasting Alternate affiliate of ACC Network in South Bend [9]
WMYS-LD 69.1 MyNetworkTV

Iowa[edit]

Cedar Rapids KCRG-DT2 9.2 MyNetworkTV Gray Television
Des Moines WHO-DT3 13.3 Antenna TV Tribune Broadcasting [10]

Kansas[edit]

Pittsburg
(Joplin, Missouri)
KPJO-LP 49.1 Antenna TV
MyNetworkTV
DTV America Corporation Affiliate added in 2015; station broadcasts ACC Network in SD 16:9 Letterbox Widescreen
Topeka WIBW-DT2 13.2 MyNetworkTV
Me-TV
Gray Television
Wichita KSCW-DT
KSCW-LD
33.1 The CW Was also previously available in Wichita via KFVT-LP (via KSBI/Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) from 2010 until 2014

Kentucky[edit]

Bowling Green WCZU-LD [11] 39.1 Antenna TV
MyNetworkTV
DTV America Corporation Affiliate added in 2015; station broadcasts ACC Network in SD 16:9 Letterbox Widescreen
Hazard WYMT-DT2 57.2 Heroes & Icons Gray Television Affiliate added in 2015; main channel is a semi-satellite of WKYT/Lexington
Lexington WKYT-TV 27.1 CBS Alternate affiliate since 2015; previously on WTVQ-DT2 in 2013-2014[6]
WKYT-DT2 27.2 The CW Primary affiliate; ACC Network broadcasts alter between WKYT's first and second sub-channels, depending on the CBS schedule
Louisville [12] WAVE-TV [13] 3.1 NBC Raycom Media Primary affiliate; added in 2014 after the University of Louisville joined the ACC.
WHAS-TV [14] 11.1 ABC Tegna, Inc. Alternate affiliate
Murray WQTV-LP 24.1 The CW
Me-TV
Raycom Media Full-power simulcast available on KFVS-DT2/Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
WQWQ is a satellite translator of WQTV
Newport/Covington
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
WXIX-TV 19.1 Fox
Paducah WQWQ-LP 9.1 The CW
Me-TV
Full-power simulcast available on KFVS-DT2/Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
WQWQ is a satellite translator of WQTV

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge KBTR-CD 41.1 Independent
This TV
Louisiana Television Broadcasting, LLC (Manship Family) Identified on air as "WBTR"
Minden
(Shreveport, LA/Texarkana, TX/AR)
KPXJ 21.1 The CW KTBS, LLC
New Orleans WNOL-TV 38.1 Tribune Broadcasting
West Monroe
(Monroe, Louisiana/El Dorado, Arkansas)
KARD 14.1 Fox Nexstar Media Group

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WJZ-TV 13.1 CBS CBS Corporation Previously on WBFF-TV and/or WNUV 1982-2013 [7][15]
Hagerstown WDVM-TV 25.1 Independent
Heroes & Icons
Nexstar Media Group Technically in the Washington, D.C. Market; primarily serving the far western areas of that DMA.

Massachusetts/Rhode Island[edit]

Boston WSBK 38.1 MyNetworkTV CBS Corporation Affiliate since the ACC's addition of Boston College in 2005; Also serves much of the New England states via cable. WSBK is also available to most cable and satellite TV subscribers in Canada as a national Superstation. This station also serves Springfield, Massachusetts and the Manchester, New Hampshire area by default, also via cable.
New Bedford
(Providence)
WLWC 28.1 The CW OTA Broadcasting, LLC
Pittsfield
(Albany/Schenectady, New York)
WNYA 51.1 MyNetworkTV Hubbard Broadcasting Alternate affiliate in the Albany market

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WKBD-TV 50.1 The CW CBS Corporation Also serves the Toledo, Ohio area by default; also available in many areas of southwest Ontario through cable, and over-the-air in the Windsor, Leamington, Peelee Island and Chatham-Kent areas.
Grand Rapids WXSP-CD 15.1 MyNetworkTV Nexstar Media Group
Jackson (Lansing) WHTV 18.1 E.W. Scripps Company

Mississippi[edit]

Hattiesburg WHPM-LD 23.1 Fox Waypoint Media
Meridian WTOK-DT2 11.2 MyNetworkTV Gray Television Previously on WMDN-DT2 (2012-2014)

Missouri[edit]

Cape Girardeau
(Paducah, Kentucky)
KFVS-DT2 12.2 The CW
Me-TV
Full-power simulcast of WQTV-LP/Murray, Kentucky and satellite station WQWQ-LP/Paducah, Kentucky
Columbia KMIZ-DT3 17.3 MyNetworkTV News-Press & Gazette Company
St. Louis KPLR-TV 11.1 The CW Tribune Broadcasting

Nebraska[edit]

Omaha KPTM-DT2 42.2 MyNetworkTV
This TV
Sinclair Broadcasting Group

Nevada[edit]

Carson City K32GW-D 32.1 MyNetworkTV Deerfield Media (operated through LMA by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)
Las Vegas KLAS-DT2 8.2 Me-TV Nexstar Media Group
Reno/Carson City KAME-TV 21.1 MyNetworkTV Deerfield Media (operated through LMA by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)

New Mexico[edit]

Las Cruces K38MD-D2 38.2 The CW Translator of KVIA-DT2/El Paso, Texas News-Press & Gazette Company

New York[edit]

Albany
(Schenectady/Troy)
WNYT-TV [16] 13.1 NBC Hubbard Broadcasting Also available via W28DA-D Pittsfield, MA and W38DL-D Adams, Mass.
Binghamton WICZ-DT2 40.2 MyNetworkTV Northwest Broadcasting Full-power simulcast of WBPN-LP/Morris
Buffalo WNLO 23.1 The CW Nexstar Media Group This station is also available over-the-air and on cable in parts of south-central Ontario's Golden Horseshoe region, including Toronto, Fort Erie, and Hamilton.
Previously on Me-TV affiliate WBBZ-TV (2013-2015) [17]
Corning (Elmira) WJKP-LD 39.1 MyNetworkTV Vision Communications, LLC
WYDC 48.2 Full-power simulcast of WJKP-LD
Morris (Binghamton) WBPN-LP 10.1 MyNetworkTV Northwest Broadcasting
Plattsburgh
(Burlington, Vermont)
WPTZ-DT2 [11] 5.2 The CW (The CW Plus) Hearst Television This station's OTA signal also serves parts of southern Quebec, Canada, including Montreal; It is also available in northern Vermont and northern New Hampshire on cable.
Riverhead (New York City) WLNY-TV 55.1 Independent CBS Corporation
Rochester WHAM-TV 13.1 ABC Deerfield Media
(operated under an LMA by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)
Syracuse WSTM-TV 3.1 NBC Sinclair Broadcasting Group Primary affiliate in Syracuse
WSTQ-LP
WSTM-DT2
14.1
3.2
The CW Alternate ACC Network affiliate(s) for the Syracuse market in event of scheduling conflicts [18]
WTVH 5.1 CBS Granite Broadcasting
(operated through JSA/SSA by Sinclair Broadcasting)
Utica/Rome WUTR-DT2
WPNY-LP
20.2
11.1
MyNetworkTV WUTR-DT2 simulcasts WPNY-LP's programming full term.

North Carolina[edit]

Asheville
(Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina)
WLOS-DT2 13.2 ABC Sinclair Broadcasting Group Full-power repeater of WMYA-TV/Anderson, South Carolina
Charlotte WBTV 3.1 CBS Raycom Media Flagship station of Raycom Sports ACC programming since 1982
Greenville
(New Bern/Washington/Jacksonville)
WNCT-TV 9.1 CBS Nexstar Media Group Previously on WCTI-TV until 2013
High Point
(Greensboro/Winston-Salem)
WGHP 8.1 Fox Tribune Broadcasting
Raleigh/Durham WRAL-TV 5.1 NBC Capitol Broadcasting Company [19]
Wilmington WSFX-TV 26.1 Fox American Spirit Media, LLC
(operated through a shared services agreement by Raycom Media)

North Dakota[edit]

Bismarck KBMY-DT3 17.3 Independent (Local News/Weather/Sports) Forum Communications
Fargo
(Moorhead, Minnesota)
WDAY-DT3 6.3
Grand Forks WDAZ-DT3 8.3 Semi-satellite of WDAY-DT3/Fargo
Minot KMCY-DT3 14.3 Satellite of KBMY-DT3/Bismarck

Ohio[edit]

Dayton WBDT 26.1 The CW Vaughan Media
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Lorain (Cleveland/Akron) WUAB 43.1 MyNetworkTV Raycom Media Cable carriage available in London, Ontario, Canada
Portsmouth
(Charleston/Huntington, WVA/Ashland, KY)
WQCW 30.1 The CW Gray Television
Youngstown WFMJ-DT2 21.2 The CW
(The CW Plus)
Vindicator Printing Company Over-the-air simulcast of cable-only CW Plus outlet "WBCB"

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KSBI 52.1 Independent Griffin Communications
Tulsa KWHB 47.1 LeSEA
World Harvest Television
LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation

Oregon[edit]

Klamath Falls K41ID-D 41.1 MyNetworkTV Northwest Broadcasting Translator of KFBI-LD/Medford
Medford KFBI-LD 48.1 MyNetworkTV Northwest Broadcasting

Pennsylvania[edit]

Erie WFXP 66.1 Fox Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Hazleton
(Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)
WOLF-DT3 56.3 MyNetworkTV New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)
Full-power simulcast of WQMY/Williamsport
Lancaster (Harrisburg/Lebanon) WXBU 15.1 Grit Howard Stirk Holdings
Philadelphia WPVI-TV 6.1 ABC Disney/ABC ABC O&O Station; also serves Atlantic City, New Jersey by default.
Pittsburgh WTAE-TV 4.1 Hearst Television [20]
State College
(Altoona/Johnstown)
WHVL-LP 29.1 MyNetworkTV Channel Communications, LLC
Williamsport
(Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)
WQMY 53.1 New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)

Puerto Rico[edit]

San Juan WIPR-TV 6.1 Independent Puerto Rico Public Broadcasting Corporation
Mayaguez WIPM-TV 3.1 Satellite of WIPR-TV/San Juan

South Carolina[edit]

Anderson
(Greenville/Spartanburg, SC/Asheville, NC)
WMYA-TV 40.1 MyNetworkTV Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Charleston WCSC-TV 5.1 CBS Raycom Media
Columbia WACH 57.1 Fox Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Myrtle Beach/Florence WMBF-TV 32.1 NBC Raycom Media

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WDSI-DT2 61.2 Comet New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcasting Group)
Cleveland (Chattanooga) WFLI-TV 53.1 The CW ACC Network acquired from WDSI-TV in 2014.
Crossville (Knoxville) WBXX-TV 20.1 The CW Gray Television Alternate ACC Network affiliate in the Knoxville area; shared with WVLT-TV and WVLT-DT2 of Knoxville
Jackson WYJJ-LD [11][21] 27.1 Antenna TV
MyNetworkTV
DTV America Corporation Previously on WNBJ-LD in 2014-2015.
ACC Network games broadcast in SD 16:9 Letterbox widescreen
Kingsport
(Johnson City/Bristol, TN-VA)
WKPT-TV 19.1 MyNetworkTV Glenwood Communications Corporation Previously on WAPK-CD and WKPT-DT2 until 2016
Knoxville WVLT-TV 8.1 CBS Gray Television Primary affiliate
WVLT-DT2 8.2 MyNetworkTV Secondary affiliate in Knoxville; shared with WVLT and WBXX
Memphis WLMT 30.1 The CW Nexstar Media Group Also serves Jonesboro, Arkansas by default
Nashville WUXP-TV 30.1 MyNetworkTV Sinclair Broadcasting Group Primary affiliate in the Nashville area; also serves the Bowling Green, Kentucky area secondarily.
Previously on WKRN-DT2 from 2010 until 2014.[6]
WZTV 17.1 Fox Alternate affiliate when WUXP broadcasts the TSSAA High School Basketball state championships

Texas[edit]

Abilene KXVA-DT2 15.2 MyNetworkTV Tegna, Inc.
Austin KBVO-TV
KBVO-CD
14.1 MyNetworkTV Nexstar Media Group KBVO previously broadcast syndicated Southwest Conference football and basketball from Raycom Sports for that package's entire 1984-1996 run [22][23]
Baytown (Houston KUBE-TV 57.1 Independent NRJ TV, LLC
(operated by Titan TV Broadcast Group)
Bryan/College Station KBTX-DT2 3.2 The CW Gray Television Semi-satellite of KWTX-DT2/Waco
Corpus Christi K22JA-D
K47DF-D2
47.2 Independent Cordillera Communications
Dallas/Fort Worth KTXA 21.1 CBS Corporation
El Paso KVIA-DT2 7.2 The CW News-Press & Gazette Company Also serves portions of north-central Chihuahua (Mexico), including Ciudad Juárez)
Kerrville (San Antonio) KMYS 35.1 The CW Deerfield Media
Laredo
(Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas (Mexico))
KGNS-DT2 8.2 ABC Gray Television
Lubbock KCBD-DT2 11.2 This TV Raycom Media
San Angelo KIDY-DT2 6.2 MyNetworkTV Tegna, Inc.
Waco/Temple KWTX-DT2 10.2 The CW Gray Television

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KUTV-DT2 2.2 MyNetworkTV Sinclair Broadcasting Group Full-power rebroadcaster of KMYU/St. George, Utah
St. George KMYU 12.1

U.S. Virgin Islands[edit]

Charlotte Amalie WMNS-LD 22.1 CBS V.I. Christian Ministries, Inc.
Innovative Communications Corporation
Over-the-air simulcast of Cable-only TV2.
Subject to syndication exclusivity on cable due to the cable provider's carriage of WFOR-TV/Miami, Florida.
TV2 2 (cable-only)

Virginia[edit]

Ashland
Richmond
WUPV 65.1 The CW American Spirit Media, LLC
(operated by Raycom Media via a shared sources agreement)
Charlottesville WVIR-TV 29.1 NBC Waterman Broadcasting Corporation Default NBC affiliate for the Harrisonburg, Virginia DMA
Harrisonburg WHSV-DT4 3.4 MyNetworkTV
MeTV
Gray Television
Lynchburg (Roanoke) WDBJ 7.1 CBS Schurz Communications Alternate affiliate in the Roanoke/Lynchburg market
Portsmouth
(Virginia Beach/Newport News/Norfolk)
WGNT 27.1 The CW Dreamcatcher Broadcasting, LLC
(operated by Tribune Broadcasting)
Roanoke WWCW 21.1 The CW Nexstar Media Group Primary affiliate in the Roanoke/Lynchburg market.

Washington[edit]

Port Angeles K30FL-D2 30.2 GetTV Cox Media Group Translator of KIRO-DT2/Seattle
Seattle/Tacoma KIRO-DT2 7.2 GetTV

West Virginia[edit]

Lewisburg
(Bluefield/Beckley, WVA/Bluefield, VA)
WVNS-TV 59.1 CBS Nexstar Media Group
Wheeling
(Steubenville, Ohio)
WTRF-DT2 7.2 MyNetworkTV

Wisconsin[edit]

Eau Claire (La Crosse) WEAU-DT2 13.2 Antenna TV Gray Television
Janesville (Madison) WIFS 57.1 Independent Byrne Acquisition Group, LLC Broadcasts moved from TVW/WISC-DT2 in 2015; former CW affiliate until September 2016
Milwaukee WVTV-DT2 24.1 MyNetworkTV Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Suring (Green Bay) WCWF 14.1 The CW

Internet[edit]

All ACC Network broadcast games are also streamed on the internet via ESPN's online-exclusive streaming service ESPN3, which is available only to current cable and satellite TV subscribers.

Other[edit]

Some select games are also broadcast on the AFN Sports division of the American Forces Network serving fans who are serving in the United States Armed Forces.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://espnmediazone.com/us/press-releases/2016/07/acc-network-set-launch-2019/ Official Press Release: ACC Network (ESPN, 2016.07.21)
  2. ^ ACC Men's Basketball Tournament Local Television Syndication Schedule. Raycom Sports (Press release, March 2006).
  3. ^ "Raycom affiliates will carry ACC Tournament games". Chatham Journal (March 13, 2009). Retrieved October 27, 2015.
  4. ^ a b "ACC Network List of Affiliates". Raycom Sports Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  5. ^ a b c "ACC Network Has Expanded National Reach" (PDF) (Press release). Charlotte, NC: Raycom Sports. July 1, 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 9, 2014. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 
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  7. ^ a b ACC Network TV Coverage Maps | ACC Football Rx (September 7, 2012).
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  9. ^ "Sports TV Schedules". WBND-LD.
  10. ^ "ACC Conference Basketball Back on WHO Channel 13.3". WHO-TV (January 2, 2014). Retrieved October 25, 2015.
  11. ^ a b c "ACC Football on the ACC Network: Wake Forest at Syracuse". Atlantic Coast Conference. Retrieved September 10, 2015.
  12. ^ Crawford, Eric (July 19, 2016). "ACC appears set to announce new ACC Network, to launch in 2019". WDRB. Louisville, KY. Retrieved July 19, 2016. 
  13. ^ 2015-16 University of Louisville Cardinals Men's Basketball Schedule
  14. ^ "ACC Network affiliates for @ACCMBB on January 22: NC State @ Miami | - ACC News". Atlantic Coast Conference. Retrieved September 1, 2015.
  15. ^ "ACC Men's Basketball Tournament Local Television Syndication Schedule". Raycom Sports (March 2006).
  16. ^ "ACC Network Football Schedule for WNYT and WNYA." Albany Times-Union, August 28, 2013.
  17. ^ "ACC Atlantic Coast Conference Football to air on WBBZ-TV". Niagara Frontier Productions (August 14, 2013).
  18. ^ Axe, Brent (June 21, 2013). "Where will Syracuse football and basketball be on TV in the ACC? Stay tuned". Syracuse.com (The Post-Standard). Syracuse, New York. Retrieved October 15, 2015. 
  19. ^ WRAL Sports (September 2, 2015). "ACC announces 2015-2016 basketball schedule." WRAL-TV. Retrieved October 23, 2015.
  20. ^ "WTAE Teams Up with Raycom Sports and the ACC Network". WTAE (July 2, 2013).
  21. ^ http://www.theacc.com/news/acc-basketball-on-acc-network-clemson-at-virginia-01-19-2016?DB_LANG=C
  22. ^ Raycom Sports SWC Football and Basketball Syndication Package Brochures (1990-96). Raycom Sports.
  23. ^ Raycom Sports - Southwest Conference Football print ad (1984)

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