The Mountain West has a pair of national TV contracts with CBS Sports and FOX Sports. Each partner retains the right to air up to 23 games in their primary packages.
CBS Sports is considered to be the "primary" TV partner. They will be able to choose the top seven football games each year, then alternate
with FOX Sports for the rest of their picks. CBS Sports must air at least three games on their broadcast network and has retained the right
to air an additional ten games after each partner selects their 23 games. The extra ten games can air on CBS, CBS Sports Network or the
Paramount+ streaming service. Up to five games can air on Friday nights, which does not include games airing on special dates like
Labor Day, the Friday after Thanksgiving, etc. CBS Sports also has rights to Boise State's four MW road games.
FOX Sports's package includes the rights to Boise State home games and the conference's football championship game. The conference championship
can air on Friday or Saturday on either FOX or FS1. Games can air on FOX, FS1 or FS2. Similar to CBS Sports, up to five games can air on Friday nights,
excluding special dates. FOX Sports' package has a range of 16-23 games that can be chosen.
Stadium also has the ability to carry football games not chosen by either FOX Sports or CBS Sports to air on their television affiliates and through the Mountain West Network.
Also, Hawai'i has a separate contract through Spectrum Cable to air their most of their Mountain West games via pay-per-view on the islands after both national partners choose
up to four Hawai'i games. These games are usually streamed to the mainland with no restrictions.
Both the FOX Sports and CBS Sports agreements end after the 2025-26 athletic year.