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Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman Video Blog from Big Ten Kickoff

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CHICAGO, Ill. - The Penn State football season-opener with Youngstown State is now just one month away.  The clash with the Penguins will air live on the Big Ten Network at noon on Sept. 4, but more than 380,000 subscribers to Armstrong and Blue Ridge cable around Pennsylvania and portions of northeastern Ohio are still without the Big Ten Network.

 

We had a chance to sit down with Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman in Chicago for his thoughts on BTN distribution and advice for what Armstrong and Blue Ridge subscribers should be doing to ensure they will see the Penn State-Youngstown State season opener.  We also spoke to him about how much Big Ten Network has grown.

 

 

 

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