Frequently Asked Questions
What is the LSC Digital Network?
The LSC Digital Network is the official digital streaming network of the Lone Star Conference. The LSC Digital Network is a league-wide initiative that showcases the academic and athletic success of the conference and its 18 member institutions.
Will athletic events be the only content aired on The LSC Digital Network?
No. The LSC Digital Network will be more than just athletic events. Additional broadcasts to include media days, awards shows, press conferences, graduation ceremonies, etc.
What does it cost to watch?
The LSC Digital Network offers both Pay-Per-View (PPV) content and Free-To-View (FTV) content. For the 2021-22 academic year, the sports of football, volleyball, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's basketball, baseball and softball are available on a PPV basis through conference-wide passes. Below is a list of all the ways to watch the LSC.
2021-22 LSC Digital Network Rates
- 24-Hour Day Pass: $10
- Football Season Pass: $75
- Volleyball Season Pass: $50
- Men's and Women's Soccer Season Pass: $50
- Men's and Women's Basketball Season Pass: $75
- Baseball Season Pass: $75
- Softball Season Pass: $50
- Archive Download: $10 per broadcast
How do I purchase a pass on the LSC Digital Network?
Download the Purchase Walkthrough to see the steps for purchasing a conference-wide day pass on The LSC Digital Network.
Where can I watch The LSC Digital Network?
Content on the LSC Digital Network can be watched at www.lonestarconferencenetwork.com on computers and mobile devices.
The LSC Digital Network is also available on four LSC-branded OTT apps: Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
Mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, and Android will work with the default web browser. Devices should be kept up to date and connected to a reliable data connection for optimal playback. Apple users and owners of an AppleTV device can simply 'throw' the webcast from their iPhone or iPad using the AirPlay feature. Computer users can output their display directly to an HDMI signal if supported, otherwise a converter may be required. These options may require advance setup and we suggest using an 'On Demand' archive to test prior to watching a live event.
Additional Questions and Support Issues
Please remember that all streams originating from campus are produced by the host school and not the Conference office.