Contents 1 Background 1.1 Los Angeles Galaxy 1.2 Los Angeles Sparks 1.3 Los Angeles Dodgers 1.4 Other sports programming rights 2 Announcers 2.1 Spectrum SportsNet 2.2 Spectrum Deportes 3 Original programming 4 References 5 External links


Background[edit] On February 14, 2011, the Lakers and Time Warner Cable signed a $3 billion, 20-year cable television agreement which took effect in the fall of 2012.[5] The networks will televise every Laker game not designated for an exclusive broadcast by either ABC, ESPN or TNT. The new venture ended long-standing broadcast partnerships with KCAL-TV (channel 9), which (dating back to its days as KHJ-TV) had televised the Lakers' road games since the 1977–78 season; and with Fox Sports West, which in all of its incarnations had broadcast the team's home games since the 1985–86 season. The Lakers joined a growing list of NBA franchises that have abandoned over-the-air local telecasts in favor of their games being available exclusively on cable and satellite. Besides live games, the networks also feature a team news magazine program, classic games, profiles of Laker players past and present, and exclusive video-on-demand content that is available both online and on television.[6] As part of the agreement with Time Warner, the team stated that it would work with the cable provider to ensure that other providers within the Lakers' designated broadcast territory (parts of southern California, including the San Diego, Palm Springs and Santa Barbara markets, as well as southern Nevada and Hawaii) would have access to the two networks. As of 2016, the only television providers that does not carry either channel is satellite provider Dish Network, cable company Comcast serving northern Santa Barbara County, and IPTV's CenturyLink Prism TV serving Las Vegas Valley. Time Warner offers the channel for $3.95 a subscriber, comparable to other regional sports networks, but other providers were concerned that this cost could increase substantially should the Los Angeles Dodgers begin carrying their games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet;[7] while Time Warner Cable did later reach a 25-year agreement with the Dodgers, the provider created a separate channel, SportsNet LA, to carry that team's games and other Dodgers-related programming. Los Angeles Galaxy[edit] On November 18, 2011, Time Warner Cable Sports announced a broadcast rights agreement with the Los Angeles Galaxy Major League Soccer club,[8] a ten-year deal starting with the 2012 season in which the team will be paid $55 million during the contractual period. The networks will televise all Galaxy matches that are not televised on a national network, and will also broadcast matches involving non-MLS opponents. Similar to the agreement with the Lakers, the Galaxy also has supplementary programming featured on the networks, including a weekly team magazine, and possible classic matches. Prior to the networks' launch, Anaheim-based independent station KDOC-TV (channel 56) televised 18 Galaxy matches for the 2012 MLS season, with production handled by Time Warner Cable SportsNet.[9] The new networks then televised the remainder of the Galaxy's schedule beginning in October 2012. (KDOC also televised select matches featuring the Galaxy's former stadium-mate and crosstown rival, Chivas USA, until that team was folded after the 2014 season.) Much like the Lakers, the Galaxy formerly maintained a long-standing broadcast agreement with Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket. Los Angeles Sparks[edit] On March 14, 2012, it was announced that the channel had signed a multi-year deal with the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks franchise.[10] Although the deal was reported as being non-exclusive, all of the televised games during the 2013 season aired on TWC SportsNet, except for those that were nationally broadcast on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 (as with the Galaxy, KDOC aired the 2012 schedule in preparation for the launch of the new channels). Starting in 2018 WNBA Season, because of the new WNBA Team, the Las Vegas Aces (formerly known as the Stars) who relocated from San Antonio, hold territorial rights for all of Southern Nevada, Los Angeles Sparks games are blacked out in the Las Vegas Valley on Spectrum SportsNet regardless of the cable or satellite provider, requiring a subscription to the WNBA League Pass out-of-market sports package to view those telecasts. All other sports programming, with the exception of Sparks basketball games carried on Spectrum SportsNet, is available in Southern Nevada. Los Angeles Dodgers[edit] Main article: Spectrum SportsNet LA On January 23, 2013, Time Warner Cable and the Los Angeles Dodgers reached a deal to create a new channel called SportsNet LA, which would become the exclusive local carrier of the Major League Baseball franchise's games starting with the 2014 season. Time Warner Cable outbid Fox Sports Net for the contract, which runs for 25 years through 2039 and is estimated to be worth $8.35 billion. At the time of the announcement, the team was supposed to be considering offering a package of games to be aired over Fox Television Stations' two Los Angeles outlets, Fox owned-and-operated station KTTV (channel 11) and MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated station KCOP-TV.[11][12] Other sports programming rights[edit] Spectrum SportsNet also airs live broadcasts of the football and boys' basketball championship games of the California Interscholastic Federation and Los Angeles City Section, the CIF state championship games in boys' and girls' basketball, and the regional and state bowl games in football. It also carries select games of the Lakers-owned NBA G League team, the South Bay Lakers. Spectrum Deportes also airs Pro Footvolley Tour. For the 2012–13 athletic season, Spectrum SportsNet aired select football and men's basketball games from the Mountain West Conference that were not televised on a national basis; one or both of the teams playing in nearly all of the telecasts that the network aired that season involved the San Diego State Aztecs and the University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels, both universities are in the network's primary service area. It lost the rights to Mountain West games beginning with the 2013-14 season due to new broadcast agreements signed by the conference; some SDSU games that are not nationally televised are now carried on Fox Sports San Diego, while some UNLV games are seen on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Since the 2012-13 athletic season, Spectrum SportsNet aired select men's basketball games from the West Coast Conference that were not televised on a national basis. Three universities (Loyola Marymount Lions, Pepperdine Waves, and San Diego Toreros) are in the network's primary service area. Spectrum SportsNet has also aired the NBC program Poker After Dark and some action sports events, while airs a weekly lucha libre card taped in Mexico City. For the 2014 MLS season, Spectrum Deportes agreed to carry Chivas USA matches in Spanish that are not televised on a national network in their final season before the team disbands.[13]


Announcers[edit] Spectrum SportsNet[edit] Anne Marie Anderson – backup Sparks play-by-play Krista Blunk – backup Sparks color commentator Mike Bresnahan – Lakers insider/studio analyst Cynthia Cooper-Dyke – Sparks studio analyst Derek Fisher – Lakers studio analyst A.C. Green – Lakers studio analyst Robert Horry – Lakers studio analyst Antawn Jamison – Lakers studio analyst Cobi Jones – Galaxy color commentator Stu Lantz – Lakers color commentator[14] Bill Macdonald – Lakers play-by-play[14] Jaime Maggio – Lakers, Galaxy, and Sparks studio host Clint Mathis – Galaxy studio analyst Chris McGee – Lakers, Galaxy, and Sparks studio host [15] Mary Murphy – Sparks color commentator Steve Sampson – Galaxy studio analyst Kelli Tennant – Lakers, Galaxy, and Sparks studio host; Galaxy and Sparks sideline reporter (home games only for both teams) Mike Trudell – Lakers sideline reporter Joe Tutino – Galaxy play-by-play Peter Vagenas – Galaxy Studio analyst Jim Watson – Sparks play-by-play James Worthy – Lakers studio analyst [15] Spectrum Deportes[edit] Samuel Jacobo – Galaxy play-by-play Adrian Garcia Marquez – Lakers play-by-play[14] Francisco Pinto – Lakers color commentator Elmur Souza – Galaxy sideline reporter Martín "Pulpo" Zúñiga – Galaxy color commentator


Original programming[edit] In addition to live coverage of Lakers, Galaxy, and Sparks games, and their respective pre- and post-game shows, other original programming on Spectrum SportsNet includes: Backstage: Lakers – a weekly half-hour series chronicling Lakers games, players and executives from a behind-the-scenes perspective during the team's season. The program also airs in Spanish as Lakers Confidencial (Confidential: Lakers in English) on Spectrum Deportes. Backstage: Galaxy – an all-access series chronicling the LA Galaxy, including exclusive interviews, and on- and off-field footage. The series premiered during the Galaxy's 2012 playoff run to the 2012 MLS Cup, and returned in the 2013 to cover the team's season that year from a behind-the-scenes perspective. The program also airs in Spanish as Galaxy Confidencial on Spectrum Deportes. Backstage: Sparks – a weekly half-hour series chronicling Sparks games, players and executives from a behind-the-scenes perspective during the team's season. Connected With... – a half-hour signature sitdown interview program featuring interviews with professional athletes, sports insiders and Southern California personalities – conducted by sports and entertainment personality Kevin Frazier. Early episodes included interviews with Steve Nash, Landon Donovan, Mitch Kupchak and Dwight Howard. #LakeShow – Lakers daily interactive program where the voice of the fan is heard via social media. Lakers Compacto – an hour-long recap of each Lakers game the day after the game's telecast. The program also airs in Spanish as Compacto Lakers on Spectrum Deportes. Galaxy Compacto – an hour-long recap of each Galaxy game the day after the game's telecast. The program also airs in Spanish as Compacto Galaxy on Spectrum Deportes. Laker Girls – a five-episode series documenting the selection process of the Laker Girls for the 2012–13 basketball season. Through the Lens – a look at the Lakers' storied history through the eyes and camera lens of long-time Lakers Team Photographer Andy Bernstein. Timeless Lakers – telecasts of classic LA Lakers games Timeless Galaxy – telecasts of classic LA Galaxy games Lakers Top 10 – an hour-long countdown of the greatest moments in Lakers history. The program also airs in Spanish on Spectrum Deportes. Galaxy Top 10 – a half-hour countdown of the greatest moments in Galaxy history. The program also airs in Spanish on Spectrum Deportes. Mason and Ireland – a 3-hour long simulcast of the ESPN LA 710 radio show where hosts Steve Mason and John Ireland talk about the sports news makers and breakers around Southern California. In addition to live coverage of Lakers and Galaxy games, other original programming on Spectrum Deportes includes: Tu Show del futbol ("Your Soccer Show") – a program that analyzes aspects of soccer as a sport, featuring opinions and views on the game. Encuentro Deportivo ("The Match") – A sports program that presents relevant and original stories of major interest to the local audience. #LAPrepa – a program dedicated to highlight the success stories and inspiration of athletes in high schools in Los Angeles. Momentos Deportivos ("Sports Moments") – A retrospective of the greatest plays in Lakers and Galaxy history. Historias Detrás del Balón ("Stories Behind the Ball") – One-on-one interviews with Mexican international soccer players.


References[edit] ^ Time Warner Cable's broadcasts of Lakers games set for tipoff, Los Angeles Times, September 26, 2012. ^ Time Warner Lakers Broadcast Agreement FAQ's Los Angeles Lakers official site, February 15, 2011. ^ Time Warner Cable stepping up its game in L.A. sports programming, Los Angeles Times, May 10, 2012. ^ Time Warner Cable SportsNet to Launch Korean-Language Secondary Audio Programming for Lakers Games, The Herald, October 26, 2012. ^ Flint, Joe (2011-02-14). "Time Warner Cable, Lakers strike 20-year TV deal". LATimes.com. Retrieved 2014-01-17.  ^ Lakers starting networks with Time Warner Cable Orange County Register, February 14, 2011. ^ Lakers games become can't-watch-TV, Los Angeles Times, October 6, 2012. ^ LA Galaxy and Time Warner Cable Sports reach 10-year agreement to televise Galaxy games Los Angeles Galaxy official site, November 18, 2011 ^ French, Scott. "Galaxy: KDOC steps in for Time Warner". ESPNLA.com. Retrieved 16 February 2012.  ^ Time Warner Cable Sports Dunks Multiyear Rights Deal with WNBA's LA Sparks Multichannel News, March 14, 2012 ^ Flint, Bill (January 23, 2013). "Dodgers near TV rights deal with Time Warner Cable". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 11, 2013.  ^ Shaikin, Bill (January 24, 2013). "Could Dodgers do TV deals with Fox and Time Warner?". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 11, 2013.  ^ "Time Warner Cable Deportes Added as Official Broadcast Partner of Chivas USA Time Warner Cable Deportes se agrega como socio de emisión de Chivas USA". cdchivasusa.com. May 27, 2014. Retrieved May 27, 2014.  ^ a b c Lakers Broadcast Information LA Lakers official site ^ a b James Worthy, Chris McGee, Dave Miller and Mike Trudell join Time Warner Cable SportsNet On-Air Team LA Lakers official site


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