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NBA TV
NBA TV
is an American sports-oriented cable and satellite television network that is owned by the National Basketball Association
National Basketball Association
(NBA) and operated by the Turner Broadcasting System
Turner Broadcasting System
subsidiary of Time Warner; the NBA also uses the network as a way of advertising the league's out-of-market sports package NBA League Pass, and partner channel TNT. Dedicated to basketball, the network features exhibition, regular season and playoff game telecasts from the NBA and related professional basketball leagues, as well as NBA-related content including analysis programs, specials and documentaries. The network also serves as national broadcaster of the NBA G League
NBA G League
and WNBA games. NBA TV
NBA TV
is the oldest cable network in North America
North America
to be owned or controlled by a professional sports league, having launched on March 17, 1999. As of January 2016, NBA TV
NBA TV
is available to approximately 53.8 million households in America.[1] The highest measured audience was a Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs regular season game on April 10, 2016 with an average 2.6 million viewers.[2]

Contents

1 History 2 Carriage agreements 3 Programming

3.1 List of programs broadcast by NBA TV

4 High definition 5 Personalities

5.1 Studio hosts & play-by-play 5.2 Studio analysts & color commentators 5.3 Contributors 5.4 Other hosts 5.5 Former hosts and analysts

6 NBA TV
NBA TV
International 7 Past playoff broadcast criticism 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] The network launched on March 17, 1999 as nba.com TV; the channel, which was renamed NBA TV
NBA TV
on February 11, 2003, originally operated from studio facilities housed at NBA Entertainment in Secaucus, New Jersey. The network signed a multi-year carriage agreement with three of the U.S.'s five largest cable providers, Cox Communications, Cablevision
Cablevision
and Time Warner
Time Warner
Cable, on June 28, 2003; this expanded the network's reach to 45 million pay television households in the U.S., in addition to distribution in 30 countries worldwide. After Time Warner shut down the sports news network CNN/SI in 2002, many cable providers replaced that network with NBA TV. The network mainly launched with two purposes; to serve as a barker channel for the league's out-of-market sports package NBA League Pass, along with featuring statistical and scoring information which was more easily accessible in the pre-broadband age, and it featured mainly archival content from the NBA Entertainment archives in its upper pane to fill programming time. As time went on, the network added more programming, including international basketball leagues and programming from FIBA
FIBA
usually unseen in the American market. The programming mix and channel format changed around the same time of the CNN/SI shutdown. On October 8, 2007, it was reported that the National Basketball Association would transfer the channel's operations to Time Warner's Turner Sports
Turner Sports
division (operated by the company's Turner Broadcasting System subsidiary). In a story published by Hoopsworld: "NBATV: Surprisingly there has been little said about the NBA's decision to sell off NBATV to one of its media partners. Talks had gone on for sometime [sic] as ESPN/ABC and Turner both explored scenarios with the league. Ultimately it seems Turner has won out, and will take over operation of the league's flagship cable channel, that reaches some 12 million subscribers. The exact changeover date is not clear, but several months ago a Bloomberg report cited sources saying senior level producers were offered contract buyouts in September". Turner took over the channel's operations on October 28, 2008, and began using the same announcers and analysts used on TNT's NBA telecasts.[3] Analysis and news programming also received an upgrade, with production of the programs being relocated to Studio B at Turner Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, located adjacent to Studio J, where TNT's post-game program Inside the NBA
Inside the NBA
is broadcast. Carriage agreements[edit] On April 16, 2009, DirecTV
DirecTV
announced that it had reached a carriage agreement with the NBA to continue carrying NBA TV, moving it (and out-of-market sports package NBA League Pass) from the satellite provider's Sports Pack add-on tier to its lower-priced Choice Xtra base package on October 1, 2009. DirecTV
DirecTV
believed the move will make the channel available to an additional eight million subscribers.[4] On June 4, 2009, Comcast
Comcast
announced that it had reached an agreement with the NBA to move the channel from the cable provider's Sports Entertainment Package to its basic level Digital Classic package, by the start of the 2009-10 NBA season. Like DirecTV, Comcast
Comcast
estimated that an additional eight million customers would effectively gain access to the channel.[5] Verizon FiOS
Verizon FiOS
added the channel and NBA League Pass to its systems on September 23, 2009.[6] The network also signed new multi-year agreements with Time Warner
Time Warner
Cable, Cablevision and Dish Network
Dish Network
on October 22, 2009, as well as a renewal agreement with Cox Communications
Cox Communications
earlier in the year.[6] With all of the above carriage deals, the NBA estimates that it would increase NBA TV's overall subscriber reach to 45 million cable and satellite television homes.[6] On October 29, 2010, AT&T U-verse reached a carriage deal to carry the channel's standard definition and high definition feeds.[7] NBA TV
NBA TV
is not available to legacy Charter Communications
Charter Communications
customers using outdated billing plans, which carried the network as NBA.com TV prior to 2004, due to unknown carriage conflicts; NBA League Pass
NBA League Pass
is also not carried by Charter (on May 18, 2016, Charter acquired Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks
Bright House Networks
for $78.7 billion, which both carry the network). NBA TV
NBA TV
is available to Charter households where available as of February 2017, if a customer switches to the new 'Spectrum' billing plan which united Charter, Time Warner
Time Warner
Cable and Bright House Networks
Bright House Networks
under the Spectrum branding (this is all likely unrelated to Charter's inherited naming rights of the Charlotte Hornets' home arena, the Spectrum Center). Programming[edit] NBA TV
NBA TV
offers news programs devoted to basketball daily, in addition to programs showcasing the lives of individual basketball players, documentaries focusing on a particular NBA team during the season and archived broadcasts of well-known games. NBA TV
NBA TV
carries at least 90 regular season games per season, which typically air four days a week during the NBA season (mainly on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays, although occasional Wednesday, Friday and Sunday games may air in the event that ESPN
ESPN
does not hold rights to coverage on those nights), as well as some first-round playoff games. Live games on NBA TV
NBA TV
are subject to local blackout restrictions, since NBA TV
NBA TV
(despite being owned by the league) does not hold the exclusive broadcast rights to any of its games. Games carried by NBA TV
NBA TV
are also carried by each team's local rights holder, either a regional sports network or a broadcast television station. Beginning with the 2012-13 season, the score box displayed during NBA TV's game coverage (which was seen on the lower-left hand corner of the screen) changed to a banner format oriented horizontally across the screen. However, the network does not use timeout or bonus indicators like that seen on the score graphics used on ESPN
ESPN
and TNT. The network also shows international games, typically on Saturday evenings, with special emphasis on the Euroleague
Euroleague
and the Maccabi Tel Aviv team from Israel. In April 2005, NBA TV
NBA TV
televised the Chinese Basketball
Basketball
Association finals for the first time.[8] The channel's flagship program is NBA Gametime Live, a program focusing on news headlines within the NBA and related leagues (including the WNBA and the National Basketball
Basketball
Development League), highlights and look-ins at games currently in progress presented by a host and studio analysts. The show airs live six days a week, deferring any TNT game nights outside the playoffs to repeating that evening's edition of Inside the NBA. An edited 90-minute version of the broadcast is repeated during the overnight and early morning hours. On October 11, 2017, it was announced that the Players Only franchise, which made its debut last season on TNT, will show live games on NBA TV, starting October 24, 2017 and every Tuesday after that, for the first half of the 2017-18 season before transitioning to TNT for the remainder of the regular season starting January 23, 2018.[9] List of programs broadcast by NBA TV[edit]

3DTV Beyond The Paint Courtside Cinema Hardwood Classics High Tops: Plays of the Month Inside the NBA
Inside the NBA
(encore telecasts within 12 hours of original airing on TNT) NBA Action NBA Gametime Live NBA CrunchTime - focuses on live NBA games till the buzzer, includes CrunchTime Alert, similar to NBA Scores NBA Gametime Live
NBA Gametime Live
Specials (e.g. mock draft, free agent updates, season previews, trade deadline updates, playoff previews) NBA Inside Stuff NBA TV
NBA TV
Marquee Matchup Game Of The Day NBA TV
NBA TV
Originals Open Court Playoff Playback Shaqtin' a Fool The Starters 10 Before Tip

High definition[edit] NBA TV
NBA TV
HD is a 1080i
1080i
high definition simulcast feed of NBA TV
NBA TV
that is available on most providers. All studio programs and original programs are shot in HD, and all live games and recent game rebroadcasts are televised in HD. During certain programs that are not available in HD (such as older game footage), unique stylized pillarboxes are used, displaying the NBA logo with the "NBA TV" text under it, or alternatively, just the "NBA TV" text oriented sideways, both shown in black and gray. On December 25, 2011, concurrent with TNT converting its NBA telecasts to the format, NBA TV
NBA TV
began using the AFD #10 broadcast flag to present programming on its standard definition feed in letterboxed widescreen for viewers watching on cable television through 4:3 television sets. Personalities[edit] The studio host and analysts vary on each night's broadcast of NBA Gametime. Studio hosts & play-by-play[edit]

Andre Aldridge (2005-present) Greg Anthony (2017-present) Vince Cellini (2009-present) Spero Dedes (2003-present) Ian Eagle (2012-present) Jared Greenberg (2011–present) Ernie Johnson (2008–present) Rick Kamla (2002–present) Kristen Ledlow (2016–present) Chris Miles (2018-present) Ahmad Rashad
Ahmad Rashad
(2007-present) Casey Stern (2015–present) Matt Winer
Matt Winer
(2010–present)

Studio analysts & color commentators[edit]

David Aldridge
David Aldridge
(2008–present) Greg Anthony (2010–present) Brent Barry
Brent Barry
(2009–present)[10] Vinny Del Negro
Vinny Del Negro
(2013–present) Rick Fox
Rick Fox
(2010–present) Mike Fratello
Mike Fratello
(2008–present) Brendan Haywood
Brendan Haywood
(2016-present) Grant Hill
Grant Hill
(2016–present) Stu Jackson
Stu Jackson
(2016–present) Kevin McHale (2009–2011; 2016–present) Sam Mitchell (2008–2010; 2013-2015, 2016–present) Shaquille O'Neal
Shaquille O'Neal
(2011–present) Brevin Knight
Brevin Knight
(2009–present) Morris Peterson (2011–present) Bernard King (2010–present) Dennis Scott (2009–present) Kenny Smith
Kenny Smith
(2008–present) Steve Smith (2008–present) Isiah Thomas
Isiah Thomas
(2012–present) Chris Webber
Chris Webber
(2008–present)

Contributors[edit]

Joe Borgia Sekou Smith Lang Whitaker

Other hosts[edit]

The Starters

Leigh Ellis Trey Kerby Tas Melas J. E. Skeets

NBA Inside Stuff

Grant Hill Kristen Ledlow

Former hosts and analysts[edit]

Marv Albert
Marv Albert
(2010) Brian Anderson (2014) Kevin Calabro (2012-2014) Derrick Coleman
Derrick Coleman
(2009) Antonio Davis
Antonio Davis
(2008–2012) LaPhonso Ellis (2009) Marc Fein (2008–2011) Lawrence Frank (2010) Matt Harpring
Matt Harpring
(2010) Lionel Hollins
Lionel Hollins
(2013) Eddie Jordan (2008–2009) Tracy McGrady
Tracy McGrady
(2013) Kyle Montgomery[11] (2009–2013) Gary Payton
Gary Payton
(2008–2009) Scot Pollard
Scot Pollard
(2009–2014) Byron Scott
Byron Scott
(2013) Eric Snow
Eric Snow
(2008–2010) Jerry Stackhouse
Jerry Stackhouse
(2010–2016) Reggie Theus
Reggie Theus
(2008–2009) Syleys Roberts (2012-2015)

NBA TV
NBA TV
International[edit] NBA TV
NBA TV
International is a feed of NBA TV
NBA TV
available in countries outside the United States, utilizing the same studio for analysis and commentary segments and taped programming (except for FIBA
FIBA
events and highlights), but largely airs a different lineup of games than the U.S. channel. NBA TV
NBA TV
International shows one or two games per day, with the exception of NBA playoff (except 1st and 2nd rounds of the playoffs) including conference finals and the NBA Finals
NBA Finals
and most nationally televised U.S. games (such as those seen on ABC, TNT, ESPN and US feed of NBA TV); the rights to those games are instead sold to domestic television networks in each territory. As of 2010, NBA TV
NBA TV
International can be seen in 40 countries via the following partners:

DirecTV
DirecTV
(Latin America) Canalsat (France) TV8 (Turkey) NTV Plus
NTV Plus
(Russia) OTE TV
OTE TV
(Greece) Cablevisión (Argentina) NOS (Portugal) until 2015; MEO since February 2017 First Media
First Media
(Indonesia) TrueVisions
TrueVisions
(Thailand) Startimes (Sub-Saharan Africa)

NBA TV
NBA TV
Canada, a Canadian version of the channel, carries some of the same game broadcasts as the flagship U.S. service, ESPN, and TNT instead of the secondary game package found on NBA TV
NBA TV
International. In October 2010, NBA Premium TV was launched in the Philippines. It is a redirect broadcast of NBA TV
NBA TV
and airs locally televised and nationally televised games in the United States. In February 2012, NBA TV
NBA TV
International was made available on NBA.TV as an internet subscription channel outside the United States. On beIN Channels Network in the Arab World, NBA TV
NBA TV
itself is not available. However, beIN Sports NBA is a separate channel in HD which airs several of the same games broadcast on NBA TV. Past playoff broadcast criticism[edit] NBA TV
NBA TV
was criticized in the past for its first-round playoff coverage merely passing down the broadcast of a game from a regional sports network for national broadcast, amplifying the chosen team's broadcast and bias for said team to a national level.[12][13] Beginning with the 2011-12 playoffs, NBA TV
NBA TV
began to produce a full and neutral national broadcast for those games.[14] See also[edit]

List of current National Basketball Association
National Basketball Association
broadcasters

References[edit]

^ "Cable Network Coverage Area Household Universe Estimates: January 2016".  ^ Warriors’ 72nd Win Sets Records For NBA TV, CSN Bay Area - Sports Media Watch, April 11, 2016 ^ "Turner promotes NBA digital menu". 2008-10-06. Retrieved 2008-10-15.  ^ NBA TV
NBA TV
Scores Multiyear Distribution Deal With DirecTV
DirecTV
- Pact Gives Network Berth On DBS Leader's Choice Xtra Package Multichannel News April 16, 2009 ^ NBA TV
NBA TV
Jumps To Broader Comcast
Comcast
Carriage - Pro Hoops Network Moves From Sports Tier To MSO's Digital Classic Multichannel News June 4, 2009 ^ a b c NBA Digital Signs Deal with FiOS for NBA TV
NBA TV
and NBA League Pass TVWeek.com September 23, 2009 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "oct22" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page). ^ AT&T U-Verse Tips Off Carriage Of NBA TV
NBA TV
- League-Owned Network Available On Telco's U300 Package, HD Tier Multichannel News October 29, 2010 ^ NBA.com Chinese Basketball
Basketball
Association Coverage Expands to U.S ^ "Pressroom". Turner. Retrieved 11 October 2017.  ^ Brent Barry
Brent Barry
joins NBA TV's studio analyst crew Archived 2010-11-23 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Turner Newsroom: NBA.com Host Kyle Montgomery". Retrieved 11 March 2011.  ^ Yoder, Matt (27 April 2011). "Gary Neal's Buzzer Beater And The Sounds Of Silence". Awful Announcing. Bloguin. Retrieved 2 May 2011.  ^ Yoder, Matt (23 April 2011). "Should NBATV Use Local Announcers For Playoff Games?". Awful Announcing. Bloguin. Retrieved 2 May 2011.  ^ Hiestand, Michael (2012-04-22). "Hiestand: NFL draft loses some spontaneity". USAToday.com. Retrieved 2012-04-23. 

External links[edit]

NBA TV
NBA TV
official website NBA TV
NBA TV
HD schedules

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^1 Owned by the NBA, operated by Turner. ^2 Co-owned by Trans Media. ^3 Co-owned with Nine Media Corporation
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and Radio Philippines
Philippines
Network through a brand licensing agreement. ^4 Assets now owned by WWE, Inc.

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