The ACC Digital Network Announces Fall Programming

Enhances ACC Coverage with Entertaining New Shows

CHARLOTTE, N.C.  – The ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) brought to you by Ruby Tuesday announced today its fall programming, revealing the return of ACC Live and the launch of several new series. The ACCDN fall programming, beginning just in time for college football kickoff, features the great game previews, highlights and Must See Moments that have defined the network in its first two years, while adding more fun and interactive elements into its content offerings.

The ACCDN weekly lineup, highlighted by ACC Live streaming on at noon ET on Wednesdays, will keep fans up to speed on the conference. The ACCDN will release exclusive shows and features daily, while still delivering up-to-date conference and general sports news, in addition to its weekday recap, ACC Now.

“The ACC Digital Network will once again deliver first-class programming that highlights all 15 ACC member schools,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “The ACCDN fall lineup combines great talent and programming to provide fans with more content than ever before.”

"Our mix of live and on-demand programming this fall will serve the fans of our 15 ACC schools on a daily basis hitting all the key moments of each week,” said ACCDN General Manager Matt Carstens. “The addition of these new feature segments, and continued live coverage, will entertain any college sports fan. We are committed to delivering the important information and great moments of the season, while looking into the deep history of our schools and their athletes."

The fall lineup kicked off Monday with a fascinating and revealing candid ACC One-on-One interview with Clemson’s Dabo Swinney in preparation for the SEC vs. ACC showdown between Georgia and Clemson in Death Valley. Next Monday will start the weekly Ram Power Plays.

Today’s coverage will focus on the important stories from the past weekend, as well as preview the upcoming weekend ahead. Tuesday’s will also feature new shows created around the personalities of the ACCDN team, such as Clinton Portis’ take on what is trending in the ACC with CP’s Top 3.

On Wednesday’s edition of ACC Live, Clinton Portis co-hosts with Jeff Fischel to bring fans the entire buzz on what is trending going into kickoff weekend, including what happens when Clinton Portis runs into Miss South Carolina on the campus of Clemson.

ACC Throwback, which is also streamed live on every Thursday at noon ET, takes a unique twist at watching a classic football game. The ACCDN has carefully selected some of the best games in ACC history and condensed them into a half hour show complete with a live interactive twitter element. This week features the 1987 Georgia at Clemson Football Game. Host Jeff Fischel will interact with fans through Twitter using #ACCTBT as he looks into the dramatic come from behind Clemson win.

Also each Thursday, ACCDN analyst Renaldo Wynn provides ACC Weekly Game Previews, enhanced with his insight and former player perspective. Wynn, who is an alumnus, will also bring fans Notre Dame Reports, especially relating to Notre Dame-ACC football matchups scheduled in the future.   

The ACCDN continues to expand coverage, in particular with in-depth look into the elite soccer conference every Friday with ACC Soccer Weekly. The ACCDN will also stream live select ACC Soccer games during the season.

Each Saturday, the ACCDN keeps fans up to date with all the gridiron action through highlights, Must See Moments, top performances and video features. And on Sunday’s Game of the Week, fans will be able to get a quick look back at the most memorable game from the weekend.

Additionally, fans will have a louder voice this fall through interaction on twitter at @theACCDN as well as with the broadcast team @JeffFischel, @TheRealC_Portis and @RenaldoWynn.

The ACC Live show and all ACCDN video on demand segments, originating from the studio in Charlotte, NC are viewable at, through the Official ACC App for mobile phones and tablets, other partner websites, and connected mobile and TV devices.


The ACC Digital Network (ACCDN) is a joint venture between Silver Chalice, a fast-growing digital sports and entertainment media firm and Raycom Sports, a long-time television producer and partner of the Atlantic Coast Conference.  The television-quality, cross-platform digital video network covers the spectrum of one of the nation’s top intercollegiate athletic conferences, featuring both live programming and original on-demand content throughout the entire year.  For more information visit, or subscribe to


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