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TIME WARNER CABLE CAROLINA ON DEMAND TO FEATURE ‘GAMES OF THE WEEK’ ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA
CHARLOTTE –A new season of Time Warner Cable’s Game of the Week kicks off Friday with more games and some of the best high school football matchups from across the state.
“Only Time Warner Cable brings you statewide games throughout the season right through the NCHSAA playoffs and championship game on December 3,” says Jason Lockhart, Carolina On Demand manager. “From instant replays to colorful commentary, you won’t miss a single play.”
The games will be recorded live and available for playback the next day on Carolina On Demand, Channel 199 or 1047. Digital cable customers can watch the games on Carolina On Demand free of charge at a time that is convenient for them.
In order to insure the best matchups, a decision on which local games to carry will be made about a week in advance. The Game of the Week will be announced on Tuesday nights on News 14 Carolina’s Sports Night, North Carolina’s only half-hour sports show live every night at 10 pm. A total of 28 games from the season will be featured.
The first few weeks of games are set:
August 19: David Butler at Mallard Creek
August 26 :Dudley at Ragsdale, Havelock at New Bern
September 2: Southern Durham at Jack Britt, Richmond at Anson
September 9: Middle Creek at Garner
In addition to coverage on Carolina On Demand, Time Warner Cable will also feature game highlights and behind the scenes interviews on Carolina On Demand’s Facebook page.
The 2011 Game of the Week season is sponsored by Discount Tire and the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
For more information about Carolina On Demand and the Time Warner Cable Game of the Week, visit www.news14.com and click on sports.