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Raycom relishes ACC Network role

When the ACC signed a long-term rights agreement with ESPN in 2010, the conference also chose to maintain a relationship with its long-time partner Raycom. Through syndication rights granted by the ESPN and the ACC, Raycom produces two football games each week – one for regional cable on the Fox Sports Network and another for the ACC Network, whose over-the-air tradition dates back more than 50 years. (WRAL Sports Fan)


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