Three are the usual suspects, per Chuck Landon of the Herald-Dispatch in Huntington, WV. Per Chuck's information, around 30-40% of the games this season (25-30 games out of 80 C-USA controlled games), will be earmarked for returning partner ESPN (5 games) and existing partners CBS Sports Network (5 games) and the American Sports Network (15-20 games).
What is new is that BeIN Sports will enter the college football marketplace. I typically know of BeIN through its association with top soccer properties of La Liga (Spain), Serie A (Italy) and Ligue 1 (France), along with picking up MotoGP from FS1 this year and the WTA in starting in 2017. The network announced at a media presentation on Monday that they would be adding US college sports programming, but did not announce the conference. Posters from 506Sports.com did some great work and noticed that the ad sales page for BeIN now includes a C-USA logo at the bottom. Someone also posted BeIN's video pitch and if you go to the 13:30 mark, they discuss college sports highlighting C-USA schools.
No idea on the number of games that BeIN would be airing or any rights fee. Per Virginian-Pilot writer Harry Minium, C-USA commissioner Judy MacLeod mentioned the conference would have a couple digital partners. BeIN Sport also provides an authenticated live feed. I don't have any idea on the production by BeIN Sport games. As Philly.com sportswriter Jonathan Tannenwald noted, a fair amount of existing BeIN Sport programming is world feed video with announcers either in a studio or provided as part of the video feed. In other words, they aren't necessarily taking on the cost of producing the events for television themselves.
With UTSA athletics directory Lynn Hickey telling Dallas-Fort Worth alums that the Arizona St. game would be on ESPN2, and Landon's article noting one Marshall game on an ESPN network, possibly the Louisville game on 9/24 or maybe a date change to 9/23, the ESPN schedule might end up being a majority of non-conference games with games such as Baylor at Rice and FIU's two Big Ten opponents (Maryland and Indiana) being available for C-USA TV partners.
CBS could end up with the UCLA at Texas A&M game if they are indeed available to sublicense a SEC game from ESPN this particular week. Games such as Missouri at West Virginia, BYU vs. Arizona and Rutgers at Washington could be earmarked for FOX broadcast network or FS1.