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Any information on where to find the Longhorn network

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Originally Posted by bustersb
Any information on where to find the Longhorn network

I'm NOT really good at finding feeds, but I can offer a couple of comments.

There is a message area here: "CFB FEEDS" = College Football (on homepage).

So, anything like that, about LONGHORN Network, would likely be there (just now).
Because of football season starting up.

But, I DOUBT very much if they are going to feed LONGHORN NETWORK
'in the clear' 24/7 anywhere.

BUT, on GAME DAY, you might see some feeds; including the game?
And that will be posted in the CFB FEEDS message area, most likely.

There are some users here, VERY GOOD at finding feeds.

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Longhorn Network is partly owned by ESPN.
It's most likely in one of their encrypted DVB-S2 muxes on Galaxy 14 or Galaxy 18.
Backhauls for live games on the channel are certainly possible though.


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this feed might have somethin to do with the longhorns...

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- dishes = 1.2 meter channelmaster, 36" x 39" Digiwave
- lnbf's = dmx 522, spitfire elite
- receivers = AZbox premium, Coolsat6000, Pansat9200, General Instrument 450i

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4060h 29900 AMC 6 longhornnetwork do not  know maybe just feed


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