WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
No. 25 Purdue will be aired on the Big Ten Network six times during the 2017 season. Nebraska and Minnesota are the only two programs that will be featured more than the Boilermakers on the network as they each have seven of their matches scheduled to be televised.
Four of the six contests are home matches for Purdue, including its conference opener against Northwestern on Sept. 20. Two of the other three televised contests in Holloway Gymnasium feature programs ranked in the AVCA's Top 25 Preseason Poll. The Big Ten Network has chosen to air Purdue's match against No. 21 Ohio State on Sept. 23, its match against Indiana on Sept. 27 and its home contest against No. 6 Penn State on Oct. 20.
Purdue's matches at Illinois on Oct. 6 and at No. 4 Minnesota on Oct. 11 will also be aired live on the Big Ten Network. There are also four scheduled BTN volleyball broadcasts in which the matchups are yet to be determined and will be announced at a later date.
All other home matches will be broadcast live on BTN2Go and the BTN2Go app, but an authenticated television subscription is required to watch online. Purdue's games available on BTN2Go are part of the BTN Plus pay-per-view subscription option.
Two subscriptions plans are available...
1.) School Pass: $9.95 per month or $79.95 for the year, giving subscribers access to webcasts of all their favorite school's games across all sports.
2.) Conference Pass: $14.95 per month or $119.95 for the year, giving subscribers access to all webcast content offered via BTN Plus on BTN2Go.
BTN2Go is also available complimentary to viewers connected to the internet network of any Big Ten university. The BTN2Go app works with Chromecast and Roku connected TVs. The multi-camera webcasts are presented through the BTN Student U initiative. The Student U staff is enrolled in the film and video studies 491 live television production course at Purdue.