Jazz Unveil Television And Radio Broadcast Schedule
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz released their television and radio broadcast schedule ahead of the 2021-22 season.
The news comes as the Jazz are in the final year of their contract with AT&T SportsNet and fans have become increasingly frustrated with the lack of streaming options to watch the team.
Last week it was announced that Dish Network was dropping AT&T SportsNet from their channel lineup, further limiting fans’ options to find the games.
— Ben Anderson (@BensHoops) October 4, 2021
In total, AT&T SportsNet will air 77 regular-season games, beginning with the home opener on October 20 at Vivint Arena against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The sports network will also carry two preseason games on Oct. 6 at Dallas and Oct. 11 vs. New Orleans.
Fans wanting to stream the games can do so via AT&T SportsNet on DIRECTV Stream from their phones, tablets, or TVs. Fans can visit https://rockymountain-attsn.att.com/channel-finder/ to find a list of television providers in addition to streaming via DIRECTV Stream.
“The availability of streaming choices and digital consumption remains a top priority for our organization,” Jazz president Jim Olson said in a release. “We respect all the different ways that fans want to watch and enjoy Jazz games. Today’s broadcast model is about access and connectivity. It is a process as we work with existing contracts, current partners and third-party providers to find the best delivery method for our fan base.”
In addition to 77 games broadcast on AT&T SportsNet, the Jazz will play 26 games on national TV.
Today we announced the local television & radio broadcast schedule for the 2021-22 NBA season, bringing comprehensive game coverage to Jazz fans on @ATTSportsNetRM, @ZoneSportsNet & @kslnewsradio + nationally-televised games and coverage on NBA platforms.https://t.co/j1dReRLx7L
— utahjazz (@utahjazz) October 4, 2021
The team will make 12 appearances on NBATV, nine on ESPN, four games will be played on TNT, and one on ABC against the Phoenix Suns on February 27.
Craig Bolerjack, Thurl Bailey, and newcomer Holly Rowe will anchor the Jazz broadcast team for play-by-play and commentary on AT&T SportsNet.
Last week it was announced that 20 regular-season games and all Jazz postseason games will be simulcast on The Zone radio network and KSL News Radio. Games not broadcast on KSL News Radio will be available on 97.5 FM and AM 1280 throughout the season.
David Locke begins his 13th season calling Jazz games alongside color analyst Ron Boone who is in his 34th season with the franchise.
The Jazz will continue to carry a Spanish radio broadcast. Nelson Moran will return to call all regular-season games on 1600 AM (KTUB),
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