But the school could be interested in capitalizing on having its own Tier 3 television network in the Big 12 like the one Texas has with its Longhorn Network.
What does LHN stand for?
LHN stands for Longhorn Network (Texas sports programming)
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We have 9 other meanings of LHN in our Acronym Attic
- Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers' Union
- Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (California)
- Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union (Australia)
- Lateral Habenular Nucleus (neurology)
- Lateral Hypothalamic Nucleus (neurology)
- Legal Hold Notification
- Little House Needleworks
- Local Health Network (Australia)
- Localized Hypertrophic Neuropathy (nerve condition)
- Long Haul Network
- Lourdes Health Network (Pasco, WA)
- Lutheran Health Network (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Lutheran High North (Houston, TX school)
- Labour History in New Brunswick (Canada)
- Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications
- Lenox Hill Neighborhood House (New York, NY)
- Lawrence Home Nursing Team (UK)
- Large Herd Operators (Elora, ON, Canada)
- Laughing Head Off
- Lee Harvey Oswald
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the latest conference realignment twist, the Austin American-Statesman reports that Texas and Oklahoma's hopes of joining the Pac-12 were dashed Tuesday night amid concerns over the Longhorn Network.
But a source indicated that the commissioner left the meetings believing the school's newly established Longhorn Network was a significant obstacle that couldn't be overcome.
With the Big 12's future uncertain following A&M's effort to depart for the Southeastern Conference, UT is reportedly considering a move to the PAC-12 Conference - possibly along with fellow Big 12 members Texas Tech University, University of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State University - with an arrangement that would allow the university to keep a slightly tweaked version of its recently launched Longhorn Network, which is projected to provide the university $300 million over 20 years.