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FSN Ohio Announces TV HD Schedule

Thu, Oct 16, 2008 By

Cavaliers News

FSN Ohio announced today its Cavaliers broadcast schedule for the 2008-09 season. FSN Ohio will broadcast seventy regular season games starting with the home opener. Out of the seventy games, sixty five games will be in High Definition.

Austin Carr will be the color analyst along with play-by-play man Fred McLeod.

“The Cavaliers have become one of the must-see teams in all of sports”, said Liverani. “And Fox Sports Ohio is proud to once again be the only network to deliver 70 games; plus all of the in-depth coverage that Cavs fans from across the state cannot find anywhere else.”

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7 Responses to “FSN Ohio Announces TV HD Schedule”

  1. Corinne says:

    FSN HD feed sucks! Whenever the camera zooms in/out the feed stutters. Im seasick watching the FSN feed! Get better cameras! PLEASE

  2. John says:

    I live in Findlay, OH and love seeing games in HD. However even though channel 753 is my HD channel the games that the schedule says are on in HD are not. HELP!?

  3. Andy says:

    Austin Carr is terrible as an announcer – I actually have to turn the sound off. His analysis is shallow and repetitive – he says the same things every single game – and has for years. And what he does have to say offers no insight at all – nothing interesting, new or …. its just awful. he is a nice guy and I loved watching him play but honestly he is hard to listen to.

  4. shove says:

    Andy, i agree 100%. although I have not got to turning the volume down (yet) his one liners are just plain annoying.

  5. MIKE says:

    Why the hell are you blacking out the clippers game?

  6. D. Middie says:

    Cavs are gonna take it all! This is finally ther year! Im been waitin so, so long….
    Go Cavs!

  7. D. Middie says:

    I think it will be Cavaliers and the Lakers in the Finals! Its a bit nerve wrecking…considering they have beat us twice this year, and the crucial loss was at home! But we will have home court all through the playoffs and the Nba Finals! No team can compete with the Cavs! NO TEAM! And LeBron Will be the 2009 NBA MVP! And coach Mike Brown will be coach of the year!
    Well that’s that! The Cavs are gonna take it all! (At least I think so!) this is there year!

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