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Pac-12 Networks Brings On Former TWC, DirecTV Exec Mark Shuken As Next President

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 14 / 17

The Pac-12 has picked an RSN vet to head up its Pac-12 Networks. MARK SHUKEN , a former Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, Liberty Media and Fox Sports exec, will become the third president in Pac-12 Nets' five-year history, following GARY STEVENSON , who left in '13 , and LYDIA MURPHY-STEPHANS , who ...

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