ATLANTA, Feb. 4 -- NBA All-Star 2003 will reach more than 3.1 billion people around the world through NBA Entertainment’s latest television, Internet, film, and digital technologies.

Following is a look at NBA Entertainment’s activities in Atlanta by the numbers:

  • More than 1.7 million daily visitors will log on to NBA.com

  • 2 HD telecasts for distribution of NBA All-Star Saturday Night presented by America Online and the NBA All Star Game (one co-production between TNT and NBA TV for U.S. distribution, one production for NHK for Japanese ditribution)

  • 12 HDTV (High-Definition Television) special cameras will be covering this year’s All-Star Game

  • 212 countries around the world will receive complete television coverage

  • More than 100 hours of All-Star Coverage will be aired on NBA TV, the league's 24-hour television network

  • 35 international television networks will be on site

  • 24 broadcast cameras will be used by TNT to telecast the All-Star Game, including Skycam

  • 99 telecasters will broadcast NBA All-Star 2003

  • 35 camera crews will be on-site to gather elements for NBA TV, NBA and WNBA Promos, international specials, the NBA Store, NBA Special programming and NBA.com's All-Star coverage

  • 350,000 feet in film and High Definition Tape will be shot by NBAE camera crews

  • 15,000 feet of video tape will be shot by NBAE camera crews

  • 8,000 new photographic images will be generated during the week of All-Star 2003

  • 3,000 print and Internet media outlets will receive real-time digital photos from NBA Photos. NBAE Photos will also provide live digital coverage of posting several hundred digital photos to the NBAE Photos Forum for use by the International media, teams and business partners of the NBA

  • 25 NBAE still photographers will be on site

  • 350 rolls of film will be used by NBAE photographers

  • 2 16-mm film crews will cover All-Star 2003

  • The NBA All-Star Game will be broadcast in 41 languages, including Chinese (Mandarin), Serbo-Croatian, German and Tagalog

  • 12 different live audio broadcasts on NBA.com will allow fans around the world to hear the All-Star Game in English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Tagalog, German, Bosnian, Serbo-Croatian, Chinese (Mandarin), Macedonian, and Russian

  • 11 customized NBA television shows will be on site: Eddy Time (France), NBA Magazine (Japan), Rafaga (Mexico), NBA Total (Spain), NBA Jam (Biejing-China), NBA Jam (Guangdong-China), NBA Jam (Shanghai-China), NBA Jam (Philippines), Above the Rim (Russia), and La Magia de la NBA (Pan Latin America)

  • 10 NBA Entertainment-produced shows on site- NBA Inside Stuff, NBA Matchup, NBA All-Star Read to Achieve Celebration, NBA TV Programming, NBA TV World Feed, "got milk?" Rookie Challenge, NBA All-Star Saturday Night, 2003 NBA All-Star Game, NBA Action (Fox Sports Net and international distribution), Digital video elements gathered for NBA.com, NBA Jam (International distribution)

  • 12 networks will simulcast the NBA All-Star Read to Achieve Celebration, a one-hour, one of a kind television special, simulcast on seven different networks on February 8. The event is a celebration of reading and a highlight of the NBA's Read to Achieve Program.(ABC, TNT, Nickelodeon, Nick GAS, BET, Disney Channel, Telemundo, NBA TV, AOL Broadband, RealOne SuperPass, NBA.com Inside Ticket and MuchMusic (Canada)