The Big 12's new design allows for member schools to take advantage of their third-tier rights, and Kansas State appears to have made its move to do so.
The Wildcats announced on Monday plans for KStateHD.tv, a high-definition, digital, school network that launches on August 30.
Kansas State's season opener against Eastern Kentucky will be broadcast on the network.
Much of the on-demand programming will be free, but there will be a charge for live athletic events and other premium content. The cost for all-access users is $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year.
"The launching of K-StateHD.TV is a tremendous step for Kansas State University as we continue on our path of becoming a Top 50 public research institution in the country,” university
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