FSN Ohio announced today a nine-game package presenting the Cavaliers in high definition television (HDTV). Steve Liverani, Vice President and General Manager, FSN Ohio, made the announcement.
The first of nine Cavaliers games in HDTV will debut on Monday, February 13 beginning with â€œCavaliers Countdown,â€ followed immediately by the Cavaliers/Spurs tipoff at 7 pm.
The complete Cavaliers schedule in HDTV is listed below:
Monday, February 13 – San Antonio – 6:30 pm
Wednesday, February 22 – @ Philadelphia – 6:30 pm
Wednesday, February 24 – Washington – 7:00 pm
Monday, February 27 – Detroit – 6:30 pm
Tuesday, March 7 – Toronto – 6:30 pm
Wednesday, March 29 – Dallas – 6:30 pm
Sunday, April 2 – @ Charlotte – 5:30 pm
Tuesday, April 4 – Philadelphia – 6:30 pm
Monday, April 10 – @ New Orleans – 7:30 pm
â€œFSN Ohio always strives to maximize the viewing experience for Cavaliers fans, and providing these games in high definition certainly supports that effort,â€ said Liverani. â€œOur viewers can look forward to even more opportunities to enjoy the HDTV experience in the near future.â€
â€œAs our broadcast partner, we congratulate FSN Ohio on taking the experience of watching Cavaliers basketball to the next level of clarity and enjoyment,â€ said Cavaliers President Len Komoroski. â€œBy introducing high definition television to these games, FSN Ohio continues to raise the bar in providing quality coverage to Cavaliers fans.â€
Systems currently making these HDTV games available include:
CABLE OPERATOR – AREAS SERVED – CHANNEL #
ARMSTRONG – NORTHEAST OHIO & MEADVILLE, PA – 178
COMCAST – CLEVELAND AREA – 253
BUCKEYE CABLESYSTEM – ERIE COUNTY – 632
COX COMMUNICATIONS – CLEVELAND AREA – 707
INSIGHT – COLUMBUS AREA – 767
TIME WARNER CABLE – NORTHEAST OHIO – 531
TIME WARNER CABLE – COLUMBUS AREA – 716
WOW!â€“INTERNET-CABLE-PHONE – CLEVELAND AREA – 220
WOW!-INTERNET-CABLE-PHONE – COLUMBUS AREA – 220
FSN Ohio is currently working with all of our cable and satellite partners with the hope of broadening the reach of Cavaliers games in HDTV to additional homes throughout the Ohio region.
I am trying to figure out why Adelphia is not on the list of providers.