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Written by The Staff   
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 10:29

Detroit TigersThe Detroit Tigers, and FSN Detroit announced today that for the 2007 season, FSN Detroit will be doubling the number of games being broadcast in high-definition to 60 games.

The games will be shown on FSN HD, a channel available on high-definition cable service provided by Comcast, Bright House Networks and Wide Open West (WOW!), as well as via satellite on DIRECTV:

  • Comcast - Ch. 201 (metro Detroit, Flint/Saginaw and West Michigan)
  • Bright House Networks - Ch. 232 (western Detroit suburbs)
  • WOW! - Ch. 220 (Detroit suburbs)
  • DIRECTV - Ch. 96 or 97 (Detroit spot beam)

"As the number of high-definition television homes continues to grow, we're delighted to be at the forefront by providing the most local HD sports content," said Greg Hammaren, Vice President/General Manager, FSN Detroit.

Beyond the games on FSN HD, FSN Detroit's standard definition Tigers programming goes to 3.2 million cable and satellite households throughout Michigan and portions of Northwest Ohio and Northern Indiana. FSN Detroit is scheduled to deliver nearly 600 hours of Tigers-related original programming during the 2007 season including a record 134 regular season games, TIGERS LIVE pre- and postgame shows, TIGERS WEEKLY, SPOTLIGHT episodes and other special programming.

 
 
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