The South Eastern Conference announced it will launch a television network featuring programming of all of the league's 21 sports beginning in August of 2014. The network, part of a 20-year partnership with ESPN, is scheduled to televise approximately 45 SEC football games annually, as well as over 100 men's basketball contests with additional programming slated to be shown on the 24-hour network. The agreement will not affect the 15-year contract the SEC signed with CBS in 2008 involving the rights to football broadcasts, with CBS still to have the first choice of football games for the duration of that pact.
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