The ACC network is a popular TV channel providing coverage for the Atlantic Coast Conference. It is available in certain areas with Spectrum TV Select or Silver plans. ESPN Inc. owns the ACC network and the channel is currently operating from ESPN’s headquarters located in Bristol, Connecticut.
What does ACC Network offer?
Since ACC Network is operated by ESPN, it is a dedicated sports channel. However, it is relatively new. Therefore, not many cable TV providers and streaming services carry it. ACC Network has a lot to offer. As per the official announcement, ACC Network will broadcast all the live content. This includes all the regular football games, tournaments, and competitions. On top, you will get a daily dose of sports news, information, and entertainment.
What channel number is the ACC network on Spectrum?
As with any other network, the channel number for ACC Network varies from location to location. It also depends on the plan you have subscribed to. Luckily, ACC Network is available on Spectrum TV Select, Silver, and Gold Plan. So you do not have to upgrade your service to watch this channel.
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Here are a few of the ACC Network channel numbers according to your city and state:
|Triangle, North Carolina||388|
|Louisville, Kentucky||524, 937|
What to watch on ACC Network?
ACC Network will air more than 450 live shows annually. You will get access to 40-regular season games this season. There are going to be 150 men and women basketball games. Moreover, there are going to be some popular live shows as well:
The Huddle: This is ACC Network’s signature football show that will air every Friday and Saturday. Jac Collinsworth with analyst Eric Mac Lain, Mark Richt, and EJ Manuel will host the show. This panel of experts will preview and analyze the weekend’s slate of football matches.
ACC Watch Party: This is another exciting venture by ACC Network. Fans will have the option to view two games at a time. The show will have expert analysts reacting to live game action.
Packer and Durham: Mark Packer and Wes Durham light up your day with news and commentary on all the popular sporting activities.