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NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS COVERAGE

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NBC Sports Bay Area

NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS COVERAGE

Network to Present 147 Regular-Season Games, 5 Spring Training Games

 

Kelli Johnson Named New Anchor for Giants Shows

 

Complete Game-Day Coverage with One-Hour “Giants Pregame Live” and

“Giants Postgame Live”

 

Comprehensive Giants and MLB Coverage via “MyTeams by NBC Sports”

Mobile App and NBCSportsBayArea.com

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – February 5, 2019 – NBC Sports Bay Area today announced its coverage of the San Francisco Giants for the 2019 season, which includes 152 games (147 regular season, 5 spring training); comprehensive game-day coverage with one-hour Giants Pregame Live and Giants Postgame Live shows – hosted by new anchor and Emmy Award-winning sports broadcaster Kelli Johnson (@KJohnsonNBCS); and season-long Giants and MLB news and analysis, insider reports and extensive video via the MyTeams by NBC Sports mobile app and NBCSportsBayArea.com.

 

The Giants regular season on NBC Sports Bay Area gets underway on Thursday, March 28 at 1 p.m. when the Giants play the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.  NBC Sports Bay Area will present the Giants home opener against the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, April 5 at 1:30 p.m.

 

In addition to the 147 regular season games, NBC Sports Bay Area will televise five spring training games: Oakland A's (March 7, 25, 26), Milwaukee Brewers (March 12) and Cleveland Indians (March 20).

 

NBC Sports Bay Area’s Giants telecasts feature the Emmy Award-winning broadcast team of Duane Kuiper (play-by-play) and Mike Krukow (color analyst), who will be joined by Amy Gutierrez (in-game reporter, (@AmyGGiants) during home games.  Former Giants pitchers Shawn Estes (@sestes55) and Javier Lopez will join Kuiper in the broadcast booth as color analysts for select games.

 

 

2019 San Francisco Giants on NBC Sports Bay Area:

 

DAY

DATE

VS/AT

OPPONENT

TIME (PT)

Thursday

3/7

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:00 PM

Tuesday

3/12

vs

Milwaukee Brewers (Exhibition)

7:00 PM

Wednesday

3/20

vs

Cleveland Indians (Exhibition)

7:00 PM

Monday

3/25

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:30 PM

Tuesday

3/26

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:30 PM

Thursday

3/28

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Saturday

3/30

at

San Diego Padres

5:30 PM

Sunday

3/31

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Monday

4/1

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Tuesday

4/2

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Wednesday

4/3

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Friday

4/5

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:30 PM

Saturday

4/6

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/7

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:00 PM

Monday

4/8

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

4/9

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Wednesday

4/10

vs

San Diego Padres

12:30 PM

Thursday

4/11

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Friday

4/12

vs

Colorado Rockies

7:00 PM

Saturday

4/13

vs

Colorado Rockies

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/14

vs

Colorado Rockies

1:00 PM

Tuesday

4/16

at

Washington Nationals

4:00 PM

Wednesday

4/17

at

Washington Nationals

4:00 PM

Thursday

4/18

at

Washington Nationals

10:00 AM

Saturday

4/20

at

Pittsburgh Pirates

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/21

at

Pittsburgh Pirates

10:30 AM

Tuesday

4/23

at

Toronto Blue Jays

4:00 PM

Wednesday

4/24

at

Toronto Blue Jays

1:00 PM

Saturday

4/27

vs

New York Yankees

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/28

vs

New York Yankees

1:00 PM

Monday

4/29

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

4/30

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/1

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

Friday

5/3

at

Cincinnati Reds

4:00 PM

Saturday

5/4

at

Cincinnati Reds

4:00 PM

Sunday

5/5

at

Cincinnati Reds

1:00 PM

Monday

5/6

at

Cincinnati Reds

9:30 AM

Tuesday

5/7

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Wednesday

5/8

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Thursday

5/9

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Friday

5/10

vs

Cincinnati Reds

7:00 PM

Saturday

5/11

vs

Cincinnati Reds

6:00 PM

Sunday

5/12

vs

Cincinnati Reds

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

5/14

vs

Toronto Blue Jays

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/15

vs

Toronto Blue Jays

12:30 PM

Saturday

5/18

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

5/19

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

5/20

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

5/21

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/22

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

Thursday

5/23

vs

Atlanta Braves

12:30 PM

Saturday

5/25

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Sunday

5/26

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Tuesday

5/28

at

Miami Marlins

4:00 PM

Wednesday

5/29

at

Miami Marlins

4:00 PM

Thursday

5/30

at

Miami Marlins

10:00 AM

Friday

5/31

at

Baltimore Orioles

4:00 PM

Saturday

6/1

at

Baltimore Orioles

1:00 PM

Sunday

6/2

at

Baltimore Orioles

10:00 AM

Tuesday

6/4

at

New York Mets

4:00 PM

Wednesday

6/5

at

New York Mets

4:00 PM

Thursday

6/6

at

New York Mets

9:00 AM

Sunday

6/9

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

6/11

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Wednesday

6/12

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/15

vs

Milwaukee Brewers

1:00 PM

Sunday

6/16

vs

Milwaukee Brewers

1:00 PM

Monday

6/17

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Tuesday

6/18

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Wednesday

6/19

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Friday

6/21

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/22

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

6/23

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

6/24

vs

Colorado Rockies

7:00 PM

* Tuesday

6/25

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Wednesday

6/26

vs

Colorado Rockies

12:30 PM

Thursday

6/27

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/29

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

6/30

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

7/1

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Tuesday

7/2

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Wednesday

7/3

at

San Diego Padres

6:00 PM

Friday

7/5

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

7:00 PM

Saturday

7/6

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

7:00 PM

Sunday

7/7

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

1:00 PM

Friday

7/12

at

Milwaukee Brewers

5:00 PM

Sunday

7/14

at

Milwaukee Brewers

11:00 AM

Monday

7/15

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Tuesday

7/16

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Wednesday

7/17

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Thursday

7/18

vs

New York Mets

6:30 PM

Saturday

7/20

vs

New York Mets

1:00 PM

Sunday

7/21

vs

New York Mets

1:00 PM

Monday

7/22

vs

Chicago Cubs

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

7/23

vs

Chicago Cubs

6:30 PM

Wednesday

7/24

vs

Chicago Cubs

12:30 PM

Friday

7/26

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Saturday

7/27

at

San Diego Padres

5:30 PM

Sunday

7/28

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Tuesday

7/30

at

Philadelphia Phillies

4:00 PM

Wednesday

7/31

at

Philadelphia Phillies

4:00 PM

Thursday

8/1

at

Philadelphia Phillies

10:00 AM

Friday

8/2

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Saturday

8/3

at

Colorado Rockies

5:00 PM

Sunday

8/4

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Monday

8/5

vs

Washington Nationals

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

8/6

vs

Washington Nationals

6:30 PM

Wednesday

8/7

vs

Washington Nationals

12:30 PM

Thursday

8/8

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

6:30 PM

Friday

8/9

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

7:00 PM

Saturday

8/10

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

1:00 PM

Sunday

8/11

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

8/13

vs

Oakland A's

6:30 PM

Wednesday

8/14

vs

Oakland A's

12:30 PM

Thursday

8/15

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

8/17

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

5:00 PM

Sunday

8/18

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Tuesday

8/20

at

Chicago Cubs

5:00 PM

Wednesday

8/21

at

Chicago Cubs

5:00 PM

Thursday

8/22

at

Chicago Cubs

11:00 AM

Sunday

8/25

at

Oakland A's

1:00 PM

Monday

8/26

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

8/27

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Thursday

8/29

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Friday

8/30

vs

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Saturday

8/31

vs

San Diego Padres

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/1

vs

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Monday

9/2

at

St. Louis Cardinals

11:00 AM

Tuesday

9/3

at

St. Louis Cardinals

4:30 PM

Wednesday

9/4

at

St. Louis Cardinals

4:30 PM

Thursday

9/5

at

St. Louis Cardinals

10:00 AM

Saturday

9/7

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/8

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

Monday

9/9

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

9/10

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

Wednesday

9/11

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

Thursday

9/12

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

12:30 PM

Friday

9/13

vs

Miami Marlins

7:00 PM

Saturday

9/14

vs

Miami Marlins

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/15

vs

Miami Marlins

1:00 PM

Tuesday

9/17

at

Boston Red Sox

4:00 PM

Wednesday

9/18

at

Boston Red Sox

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/19

at

Boston Red Sox

10:00 AM

Friday

9/20

at

Atlanta Braves

4:00 PM

Saturday

9/21

at

Atlanta Braves

4:00 PM

Sunday

9/22

at

Atlanta Braves

10:00 AM

* Tuesday

9/24

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Wednesday

9/25

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Thursday

9/26

vs

Colorado Rockies

12:30 PM

Friday

9/27

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Saturday

9/28

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

Sunday

9/29

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

12:00 PM

 

147 regular-season games, 5 spring training games

Schedule as of 2/5/19; Dates and times subject to change

For approximately 24 hours following each game, NBCSBA’s Giants telecasts will be available on XFINITY On Demand

* Say Hey Tuesday from Oracle Park

 

Giants Pregame Live, Giants Postgame Live:  One hour prior to the game, fans can catch the latest team developments, interviews with players and coaches and in-depth game previews on Giants Pregame Live. Immediately following the game, Giants Postgame Live will give viewers an hour-long game breakdown with stats and highlights, clubhouse interviews and a preview of the next game. 

 

The shows, featuring a three-person broadcast team, are hosted by new anchor Kelli Johnson, along with two analysts from a rotation of former Giants: Rich Aurilia (@RichAurilia35), Shawn Estes, Tim Flannery (@TimFlannery2), Bill Laskey (@laskey19) and Randy Winn.

 

Johnson, a four-time Emmy Award-winner, joined NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California (formerly CSN Bay Area and CSN California) in 2014, and has served as a host and reporter for the networks’ various Giants, Oakland A’s, Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders studio shows.  Additionally, Johnson was an anchor on SportsNet Central and a co-host on The Happy Hour.

 

Previously, Johnson was an anchor and reporter for CSN Houston covering the Houston Astros and Houston Rockets and hosted the inaugural season of 3 & Out, a half-hour football analysis and debate program which aired across NBC Sports Regional Networks.  Before Houston, Johnson was CSN Mid-Atlantic’s Washington Redskins beat reporter, where she provided daily coverage of the team and contributed to the network’s Redskins pregame and postgame shows, Redskins Kickoff and Redskins Postgame Live.  She also covered the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals as a beat reporter for CSN Mid-Atlantic. 

 

A native of Moscow, Idaho, Johnson is a graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.  She was a four-year starter on the women's basketball team.  As a junior, Johnson set the school’s record for the most 3-pointers in a game (seven).  That season, she also broke Idaho’s school record for career 3-pointers.  By the end of her senior year, Johnson made 207 career 3-pointers.  These records stood for 19 and 17 years, respectively.  Johnson joined her father, Gary Johnson (a member of the 1966 Vandals Hall of Fame baseball team), in the Idaho Vandals Hall of Fame in 2016.

 

MyTeams by NBC Sports, NBCSportsBayArea.com:  MyTeams and NBCSportsBayArea.com delivers complete Giants and MLB coverage – showcasing Giants Insider Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) – all season long, featuring in-depth news and analysis; daily insider reports; extensive live video – player, coach and front office personnel interviews and press conferences; a robust line-up of on-demand video; the Giants Insider Podcast; and content from the network’s news programming.

 

Season-Long Giants Shows:

 

Giants Raw: NBC Sports Bay Area presents Giants Raw, a same-day, condensed version of that day's game. Giants Raw offers viewers highlights of key plays from alternative camera angles, authentic in-game sound and pre- and postgame interviews in an entertaining half-hour format.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

G-Mag:  Each month of the 2019 MLB season, G-Mag – a half-hour program hosted by Giants in-game reporter Amy Gutierrez – will give fans an inside look at the Giants both on and off the field.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

Forever Giants:  The Emmy Award winning Forever Giants returns for the 2019 MLB season on NBC Sports Bay Area.  Forever Giants, a half-hour show produced by SFG Productions, features behind-the-scenes footage, community highlights, team history, fan stories and more.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California, both part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, serve more than four million households in Northern California, Nevada, Southern Oregon and Hawaii.  NBC Sports Bay Area, the television home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants, NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and the official regional sports network of the San Francisco 49ers, also features Oakland Raiders coverage, a robust lineup of Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and original programming. NBC Sports California offers live coverage of MLB’s Oakland Athletics, NBA’s Sacramento Kings, NHL’s San Jose Sharks and MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes. Collectively, these networks deliver more than 600 live game broadcasts per year.  NBCSportsBayArea.com and NBCSportsCalifornia.com provide fans with comprehensive digital coverage of the hometown teams with original stories and content from a team of “Insiders,” breaking news, up-to-the-minute game previews/recaps, highlights and multimedia video clips.  Follow both networks on social media –Twitter: @NBCSAuthentic; Instagram: NBCSAuthentic; Snapchat: NBCSAuthentic; and Facebook: facebook.com/NBCSAuthentic.

 

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How to watch Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards 2019 on MyTeams

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NBC Sports Bay Area

How to watch Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards 2019 on MyTeams

Behind every athlete is a coach or a mentor that helped them achieve their dream.

For five Bay Area athletes, they recently got the chance to honor that coach or mentor at the fifth annual Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards show at the Farimont Hotel in San Francisco, which will air Sunday night at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming live on the MyTeams app.

This year, these athletes were chosen to honor the person that had the greatest impact on their careers.

Klay Thompson, 3-time NBA Champion Guard, Golden State Warriors will honor Jerry DeBusk, Head Basketball Coach, Santa Margarita Catholic High School (1992-2012)

• Pablo Sandoval, 3-time World Series Champion Infielder, San Francisco Giants will honor Bruce Bochy, 3-time World Series Champion Manager, San Francisco Giants (2007-present)

• Marcus Semien, Shortstop, Oakland Athletics will honor Ron Washington, 3rd Base and Infield Coach, Oakland Athletics (1996-2006, 2015-2016), Former MLB player and manager

• Marquise Goodwin, Wide Receiver, San Francisco 49ers will honor Richard McCroan, Coach and Director of Football Operations, Rowlett High School (2000-present)

• Charles Woodson, Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl Champion Cornerback and Safety, Oakland Raiders (1998-2005, 2013-2015) will honor Vance Bedford, College Football Assistant Coach (1985-2016)

• Kristine Anigwe, 3-time first team All-Pac-12, Cal Basketball will present Lindsay Gottlieb, Head Basketball Coach University of California, Berkeley, with a Coaching Corps Game Changer Award

Here's how you can watch the Coaching Corps Game Changer Awards 2019:

When: Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019 at 7 p.m. PT
Live Stream: MyTeams by NBC Sports App

Desktop users can stream the show here.

“SPLIT END: THE CURIOUS CASE OF WARREN WELLS,” ABOUT FORMER OAKLAND RAIDERS STAR, DEBUTS JANUARY 12 AT 7:00 PM ON NBC BAY AREA

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NBC Sports Bay Area

“SPLIT END: THE CURIOUS CASE OF WARREN WELLS,” ABOUT FORMER OAKLAND RAIDERS STAR, DEBUTS JANUARY 12 AT 7:00 PM ON NBC BAY AREA

 

Revealing One-Hour Documentary Chronicles Troubled Career

and Life of Former Raiders Receiver

 

“If he could have played long enough, he could have been the greatest wide receiver that ever played.”

– John Madden, Former Raiders Head Coach, on Warren Wells

 

“The most dynamic receiver in football, the most feared player in the AFL.”

– Bill Walsh, then the offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals (1968-1975), on Wells

 

Split End: The Curious Case of Warren Wells Narrated by Sway Calloway,

Oakland Native and Hip Hop Icon

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – January 3, 2019 – What if one of the best football players in the NFL were sent away to live in a dangerous cult?  What if his mind was subjected to various forms of brainwashing and thought control?  The thought of it is too incredible to be believed…but it happened.   Split End: The Curious Case of Warren Wells, a one-hour documentary about the life of former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Warren Wells, debuts on Saturday, January 12 at 7:00 p.m. PST on NBC Bay Area/KNTV (@nbcbayarea).

 

NBC Sports Bay Area (@NBCSAuthentic) will provide an encore presentation of Split End: The Curious Case of Warren Wells on Thursday, January 24 at 8:30 p.m. PST.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for additional air dates and times.

 

For three seasons – 1968 through 1970 – Warren Wells was perhaps the best receiver in football.  He averaged over a thousand yards receiving, 12 touchdowns, and over 23 yards every time he touched the football for the Raiders.  In his four years with the Raiders, Wells caught 156 passes for 3,634 yards and 42 touchdowns. 

 

But problems with alcohol led Wells down a perilous path, one that led him to be “sentenced” to a new age treatment facility called Synanon. 

 

With “houses” in downtown Oakland and San Francisco, and two compounds in Marin County, Synanon was well known to Bay Area residents in the 1970s, but few knew what was really going on inside its walls: a dangerous “game” in which residents were subjected to abuse and ridicule until they eventually broke down. Once subjugated, the “players” were coerced to join Synanon, donate all of their possessions to the group, and “never leave.”  Eventually the “self-help group” asked to be classified as a religion.  This is the world Warren Wells walked into in January of 1972. 

 

Wells, 76, died on December 27, 2018 just days after what is reported to be the Raiders’ final game in the Oakland Coliseum.  Only a few Raiders fans still remember him as a shooting star that lit up the old American Football League; few others know how that star fell after football.  Almost no one, however, knows the full story, Split End: The Curious Case of Warren Wells.

 

“As a young boy growing up in Hayward, California, my first sports love was the Oakland Raiders, especially the dynamic offense of ‘The Mad Bomber’ Daryle Lamonica and his receivers Warren Wells, Fred Biletnikoff and tight end Raymond Chester.  In 1971 we all wondered what had happened to Warren Wells – we knew he was in trouble – but we thought he’d be back better than ever the next year,” said Ted Griggs, President, Group Leader and Strategic Production & Programming Leader for NBC Sports Regional Networks.  “When my father took me to a preseason game in 1972, I saw Wells go out for a pattern and even at 11-years old I knew something was wrong.  He ran in slow motion.”

 

Griggs added:  “When I got a chance to work with John Madden in the 1980s and 1990s, I asked him about Warren.  John told me that he suspected that something happened to him in Synanon – and he was never the same.  That began a near three decade curiosity to find out what really happened to Warren Wells.  I began working on this project in earnest in 2015 and I think, finally, I’ve found some of the answers.  I’m also left with many more questions. I know Warren was loved and cared for in his final years by his nephew Wyron and sister-in-law Consetta.  They helped him successfully battle his problems with alcohol and live happily in his final years.   I do hope Warren Wells rests in peace.”

 

Split End: The Curious Case of Warren Wells is narrated by Oakland native, radio personality, hip-hop artist and Oakland Raiders fan Sway Calloway (@RealSway).

 

About NBC Bay Area / KNTV:

Owned by NBCUniversal, NBC Bay Area / KNTV is the Bay Area’s investigative station located in the heart of Silicon Valley. The station is committed to providing continuous, in-depth journalism with unique personalities. Along with broadcasting NBC’s award-winning daytime, prime-time and late night programming, NBC Bay Area produces more than 32 hours of news programming each week. The station can be seen locally on Comcast 3 and 703 and over-the-air on 11. COZI TV, the station’s digital network, offers a full schedule of America’s most beloved and iconic television series, hit movies and original programming. COZI TV can be seen locally on Comcast 186 and over-the-air on 11.3.

 

About NBC Sports Bay Area, NBC Sports California:

NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California, both part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, serve more than four million households in Northern California, Nevada, Southern Oregon and Hawaii. NBC Sports Bay Area, the television home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants, NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and the official regional sports network of the San Francisco 49ers, also features a robust lineup of Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and original programming. NBC Sports California offers live coverage of MLB’s Oakland Athletics, NBA’s Sacramento Kings, NHL’s San Jose Sharks, MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes and is the official regional sports network of the Oakland Raiders. Collectively, these networks deliver more than 600 live game broadcasts per year. NBCSportsBayArea.com and NBCSportsCalifornia.com provide fans with comprehensive digital coverage of the hometown teams with original stories and content from a team of “Insiders,” breaking news, up-to-the-minute game previews/recaps, highlights and multimedia video clips.  Follow both networks on social media –Twitter: @NBCSAuthentic; Instagram: NBCSAuthentic; and Facebook: facebook.com/NBCSAuthentic.

 

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