Utah Jazz announces TV and radio broadcast schedule for 2021-22 season


Utah Jazz today announced the local television and radio broadcast schedule for the 2021-22 NBA season, providing full game coverage to jazz fans on AT&T SportsNet, The Zone Sports Network and KSL NewsRadio as well as nationwide televised games and coverage on NBA platforms.

AT&T SportsNet, Jazz’s exclusive regional television channel, will broadcast 77 regular season games. . New Orleans. Five regular season Jazz games will be exclusive games broadcast nationally on ABC or TNT.

The Zone Sports Network (97.5 FM, 1280 AM) will broadcast all Jazz games and simultaneously broadcast on KSL NewsRadio (1160 AM / 102.7 FM) for a number of regular season and Jazz playoff games, as well as tonight’s first pre-season game from San Antoine.

The games will be televised in high definition and available on AT&T SportsNet by most major television providers in the Rocky Mountain and Northwestern regions, including Utah and Idaho, and parts of Colorado, Wyoming, from Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. The games are also available off-market through an NBA League Pass subscription.

AT&T SportsNet is now available to stream with live jazz coverage on DIRECTV Stream from your phone, tablet or TV. Fans can visit https://rockymountain-attsn.att.com/channel-finder/ to find a list of TV providers in addition to streaming via DIRECTV Stream.

“The availability of streaming choices and digital consumption remains a top priority for our organization,” said Jim Olson, president of Utah Jazz. “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’s a process as we work with existing contracts, current partners, and third-party vendors to find the best delivery method for our fan base. “

With 38 home games and 39 televised away games, Jazz’s TV and radio broadcasters will be back on the road for in-person game coverage after working remotely from Vivint Arena last season due to COVID-19.

The television trio of Craig Bolerjack, Thurl Bailey and newcomer Holly Rowe will host the Jazz broadcast crew for a game and commentary on AT&T SportsNet. Bolerjack is an Emmy Award-winning broadcaster in his 17th season as a jazz play-by-play voice. He is joined by Bailey in his 21st season as a jazz broadcaster. Rowe, from Utah, is entering her first season as an analyst while continuing her 25-year career as an ESPN / ABC commentator.

Alema Harrington, a 25-year broadcast veteran, returns to Jazz’s pre-game, halftime and post-game shows on AT&T SportsNet for its 12th season. He will be joined by analyst Mike Smith who moves on to a full-time position as he begins his fourth season with Utah and 23rd overall as a broadcaster in the NBA.

Radio coverage is expanding this season with the addition of the KSL NewsRadio broadcast hub, boosting its regional radio coverage to 50,000 watts of maximum power. David Locke kicks off his 13th season calling Jazz games and Ron Boone, now in his 34th season with the franchise, serves as a radio analyst again. Jake Scott will host the pre-game, half-time and post-game radio shows with former BYU assistant coach Tim LaComb.

For the 12th consecutive year, Jazz will continue to broadcast a Spanish radio program. Nelson Moran will return to call all regular season games at 4:00 p.m. (KTUB), joined by Isidro Lopez and Francisco Vazquez. The Spanish radio show will also be broadcast live on Latino 106.3 FM (KBMG) for select jazz matches.

Fans can also listen to original coverage of The Zone online with the NBA.com Audio League Pass, the Utah Jazz app, and the KSLSports.com app.

In addition to appearing on AT&T SportsNet, Utah is currently slated to appear on national television 26 times, including four TNT shows (October 16, November 16, March 29 and March 31), nine ESPN TV shows (December 15, December 25, 5 January, January 26, February 2, February 9, February 16, March 9 and March 14) with one game on ABC (February 27) and 12 games on NBA TV (October 31, November 31 6, November 13, December 9, January 1, January 17, January 23, January 24, March 7, March 21, March 27 and April 8).

A complete broadcast program is available online at nba.com/jazz/programme and the Channel Finder is located at nba.com/jazz/diffusion.

Fans can also visit www.utahjazz.com for full game coverage, including game previews, live stats, photo galleries, scores, game recaps, and video interviews.

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