Network will feature live Lakers programming seven days a week starting October 1, delivering behind-the-scenes access, expert analysis and more
Daily studio show “Access SportsNet” is the network’s signature program; social media-driven “#LakeShow” will begin the Lakers conversation on Time Warner Cable SportsNet each day
Time Warner Cable SportsNet announced today details about its October studio programming. The network will provide fans with dedicated live Lakers programming seven days a week and feature a comprehensive schedule of Lakers and Galaxy content when it launches on October 1. “Access SportsNet,” the network’s signature daily studio show, will encompass Lakers pre- and post-game shows as “Access SportsNet: Lakers” and LA Galaxy pre- and post-game shows as “Access SportsNet: Galaxy.” Additionally, “#LakeShow” will be the network’s daily live social media-driven show.
“Lakers fans want content about and access to their team seven days a week and we’re going to provide that with “Access SportsNet” and “#LakeShow,” said Mark Shuken, Senior Vice President and General Manager, TWC Sports Regional Networks. “We’ve created a lineup that gives fans a voice, speaks directly to them and takes them behind-the-curtain as their favorite team kicks off what’s sure to be a historic season.”
“Access SportsNet” will air live every day on Time Warner Cable SportsNet. The one-hour studio program will begin at 7:00* p.m. and deliver comprehensive coverage of the Lakers, LA Galaxy and LA Sparks. It will highlight the network’s signature behind-the-scenes access and provide Lakers, Galaxy and Sparks fans with the latest information, updates and team features. A second live “Access SportsNet” will air at 10:00 p.m.
Live Lakers coverage on Time Warner Cable SportsNet will begin each day with “#LakeShow” (read “LakeShow”), an interactive studio program highlighting of-the-moment conversations about the Lakers and fan-driven social media interaction and engagement. “#LakeShow” will air 90 minutes prior to tip-off on game days and at 6:30 p.m. on all other days and run all Lakers season long.
Following “#LakeShow” on Lakers game days, “Access SportsNet: Lakers” will begin live from the studio 60 minutes prior to tipoff. Starting with the Lakers’ first pre-season game on October 7 and first regular season game on October 30, the one-hour pre-game show will cover every angle leading into the game and feature opinions, expert analysis and debate. Following the game, the “Access SportsNet: Lakers” post-game show will provide extensive game highlights, locker room sound, in-depth interviews with players and coaches and a breakdown of the game. As a sign of Time Warner Cable SportsNet’s unprecedented commitment to the Lakers, “Access SportsNet: Lakers” will air for all Laker games including national broadcasts.
On October 21, Time Warner Cable SportsNet will telecast the network’s inaugural LA Galaxy match at the San Jose Earthquakes. “Access SportsNet: Galaxy” will air 60 minutes prior to kickoff as well as after the game, giving fans in-depth analysis, highlights and more.
Other Lakers programming on Time Warner Cable SportsNet will include classic Lakers games, “Encore+” and “Lakers Compacto.” A collection of classic Lakers games that span the history of the storied franchise will air on the network and “Encore+” will be re-telecasts of this season’s Lakers games enhanced with social media interaction. “Lakers Compacto” will consist of Lakers games condensed into a fast-paced, one-hour format. It will feature added sights, sounds, reaction and commentary that weren’t part of the original game telecast. This concept is shared by Time Warner Cable SportsNet and its sister network Time Warner Cable Deportes.
Additional Lakers-related Time Warner Cable SportsNet programming will be announced in the coming weeks.
Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes can be found in HD on channel 403 and 481, respectively, on Time Warner Cable systems. Negotiations with other providers to carry the networks are ongoing but have not yet concluded. For more information about Time Warner Cable SportsNet, visit www.twcsportsnet.com; to find out if your provider will be carrying the networks starting October 1, visit www.iwantmylakers.com.
XXIV wrote:^ You have TWC?
sodunited wrote:I called TWC in San Diego last weekend to find out about the channel and the guy I got on the phone literally had no idea what I was talking about. It was like he had never heard of the Lakers or any kind of new channel called Time Warner Sportsnet. He said, "Turn your tv to channel 790 that's it" I had to explain to him that channel 790 is cbs sportsnet and that I was asking about Time Warner Sportsnet which hasn't launched yet. It was totally laughable. As soon as directv gets the deal done I'm switching.
Doc Brown wrote:This is a FAQ list for what to expect. It might answer some questions people have...
And if you go to the top of the page, you can put in your zip code and cable provider and it tells you if you will be getting the channel or not. I know for out of state people this was a concern. I put in my area code in Ohio and it told me I am getting the channel so f*** yeah to that.
Doc Brown wrote:^^^ I've called TWC in my area and they said I would be getting the channel, I asked 12 different ways and got the same answer every time. I put my area code and cable provider into the site I posted and it said that I would be getting the channel.
And if the day comes and I don't get the channel, I'll hike up my skirt, order NBA League Pass and enjoy it either way.
Tobias Funke wrote:From what I understand we'd (well I guess you since Im cancelling my TWC service) get the channel and the content, but you wouln't be able to watch the actual games.
Doc Brown wrote:Tobias Funke wrote:From what I understand we'd (well I guess you since Im cancelling my TWC service) get the channel and the content, but you wouln't be able to watch the actual games.
Interesting.... it's basically the strip club of TV channels, you can look, but you can't touch.
Guess we'll find out soon enough, I don't care either way, it would be nice to have that free channel though. I'm one of the few that actually doesn't mind NBA League Pass.
CaCHooKa Man wrote:There's a national version that's available for people that aren't in the coverage area and you'll have to subscribe to the sports package to get it. The national version won't be showing any games live.
JGC wrote:Anyone know if league pass offers HD feeds yet? If I have to buy league pass I will, but watching this beautiful Laker team in SD will suck.
Kit wrote:^^^All the Lakers games will be blocked when you watch it in LA.
kidhell wrote:and not switching to terrible TWC. I have a question
KobeSystemtwofour wrote:Kit wrote:^^^All the Lakers games will be blocked when you watch it in LA.
That makes absolutely no sense to me
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