Big Ten network cuts academics, citing low ratings
The Big Ten network started in 2007 with plans to mix up to 660 hours of non-sports programs every year into its menu of football, basketball and other sports.
The network has added viewers and generated money for its schools. But the BTN has cut back non-sports programs and hired outside production companies to produce high-quality shows.
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