Syndicated ESPN broadcast reaches 11 million homes in five markets, plus coverage on www.ESPN3.com and www.ncaa.com
Saturday's (Dec. 11) Eastern Washington University versus North Dakota State football game will reach five television markets nationwide and a total of 11 million homes as part of ESPN's syndicated coverage of the game, which begins at 12:30 p.m. Pacific time at Roos Field in Cheney, Wash. Kickoff is 12:35.
Local coverage includes SWX based out of Spokane, Wash., with access via SWX Digital 6.2 in Spokane, 25.3 in the Tri-Cities and 23.3 in the Yakima area; Comcast channel 115; Time Warner channel 306; and Charter channel 287.
The game will also be carried in North Dakota on KVLY TV; in Montana and the Rocky Mountains via Altitude Sports and Entertainment; in Charlotte, N.C., on WLNN-MTN, Mountain Television; and in the Washington D.C. area on MASN (joined in progress).
The game is being produced by Thomas Domer, the play-by-play announcer is Trey Bender and the analyst is Jon Berger.
Eastern's radio broadcast of the game, featuring play-by-play announcer Larry Weir, may be heard on 700-AM ESPN "The Ticket" and via the web at www.espnnorthwest.com.