Conference USA has five media partners: ESPN, CBS Sports Network, STADIUM and beIN Sports.
Here are the parameters for each media partner:
- ESPN: Five televised regular season games plus the conference championship game. At least ten additional games will be webcast via ESPN3.
- CBS Sports Network: Six televised games.
- STADIUM: Minimum of fifteen games with an option to add an additional fifteen, for a potential total of thirty games.
- beIN Sports: Ten televised games.
STADIUM, a new platform made up of assets formerly belonging to Sinclair's American Sports Network, plus Campus Insiders and 120 Sports, will pick up ASN's obligations.
Agreements with ESPN, CBS Sports Network and STADIUM expire after the 2017-18 athletic year. The agreement length for ESPN3 is unknown. beIN Sports's agreement for C-USA events ends after the 2018-19 athletic year.
The conference's website, developed by Sidearm Sports, will also house CUSA.TV, a subscription based service that will provide webcasts of games not chosen by television or digital partners
|Stanford vs. Rice
(at Sydney, Australia)
|Navy at FAU|
|Kentucky at Southern Miss|
|Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee|
|Mississippi St. at Louisiana Tech|
|Arizona at UTEP|
|Western Kentucky at Old Dominion|
|Marshall at Middle Tennessee|
|Marshall at FAU|
|Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky|
|UTSA at Louisiana Tech|
|Alabama A&M at UAB|
|Houston at UTSA|
|Alcorn St. at FIU|
|Southern at Southern Miss|
|North Carolina at Old Dominion|
|Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky|
|Bethune-Cookman at FAU|
|UAB at North Texas|
|Ball St. at Western Kentucky|
|Middle Tennessee at FAU|
|FAU at Old Dominion|
|Army at Rice|
|Middle Tennessee at UAB|
|UTEP at Southern Miss|
|UAB at Charlotte|
|Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech|
|FAU at Western Kentucky|
|North Texas at Louisiana Tech|
|UTSA at FIU|
|UTEP at Middle Tennessee|
|FAU at Louisiana Tech|
|Western Kentucky at Marshall|
|Army at North Texas|
|FIU at FAU|
|Western Kentucky at FIU|
|Southern Miss at Marshall|