TNT OverTime Debuts on NBA TV Broadband
Posted Nov 16 2005 11:29PM
Online video channel will offer insider access to TNT interviews, reports and more
Turner Network Television (TNT), home of exclusive Thursday night NBA doubleheader coverage, has launched an online video channel that will offer exclusive basketball broadband content throughout the 2005-06 season.
The channel, TNT OverTime, will appear on NBA TV Broadband on NBA.com, with the launch coinciding with the network’s doubleheader coverage of the Washington Wizards @ Minnesota Timberwolves at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the Houston Rockets @ San Antonio Spurs.
“Our unique courtside and in-studio talent is the key differentiator that sets us apart and makes our NBA programming so distinctive,” said David Levy, president of Turner Sports. “With TNT OverTime, we’ve harnessed the power of our talent and placed it online to bring fans the announcers they love to watch 24-hours a day, seven days a week.”
TNT OverTime on NBA TV Broadband will include a seven-day rotation of unique broadband features showcasing the network’s marquee basketball announcers, including the Inside the NBA studio team of Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, Reggie Miller, Magic Johnson and Ernie Johnson; game analysts Doug Collins, Steve Kerr and John Thompson; and sideline reporters David Aldridge, Craig Sager and Cheryl Miller.
The online rotating calendar of content will include:
Thursday: Collins & Kerr Game-day Analysts Doug Collins and Steve Kerr take a closer look at the night’s match-up.