Going to streaming only is a fat greasy turd. There is no way to put a positive spin on it.
Sure all 900 UTSA fans are happy to stream a game but losing the local TV audience is bad. Most are casual fans and will not jump through hoops to watch our games when they can tune into a Longhorn or Aggie game.
Busy playing Cyberball at the Roost.
Anyways, this might all be a bunch of #fakenews. Some other reports have come out that ASN itself isn't shutting down, but that they've gotten rid of their in-house management/operation teams and are bringing in some new partner (maybe Campus Insiders?) to take over that side of it.
Here's the release from January about their initial 24/7 channel launch: http://americansportsnet.com/news/as...work-on-monday
Since then they've added a lot more cities, but only San Antonio (KMYS-2) and Houston (KEHO LD-5) in Texas.
Here's the most recent clearance report I could find, which includes all the new channels (anything with ASN in parentheses): http://www.conferenceusa.com/documen...ED.pdf?id=4855