BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A new digital network for Southeastern Conference sports is being launched in time for the upcoming football season.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive said the network will provide fans with access to the largest online library ever for the league and member schools.
The SEC Digital Network will offer fans access to nearly 10,000 hours of SEC video, and some of the content will be available within minutes after a game ends.
The Digital Network is being launched in partnership with XOS Digital and includes all men's and women's sports.
It will include highlights, game replays, post-game interviews and news conferences. Other features include breaking SEC news and behind-the-scenes pep talks.
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