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Time Warner Cable will telecast all eight North Carolina High School Athletic Association state high school basketball championship games scheduled for March 10th.
News 14 Carolina will telecast the 4-A women’s state championship game at 5PM and the 4-A men’s state championship game at 7:30pm both “live” from the Smith Center on the UNC campus. News 14 Carolina is available to basic cable subscribers in the Charlotte, Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville and Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point television markets.
The 4-A games will also be telecast “live” on Time Warner Cable channel 19 in the Wilmington area and on channel 25 in the Jacksonville-Morehead City area.
In addition, each of the eight state basketball championship games will be videotaped for viewing on Carolina on Demand. A free, regional Video on Demand (VOD) service, Carolina on Demand is available to Time Warner Cable’s digital cable customers across North Carolina and South Carolina on channel 1234.
Time Warner Cable is the “Presenting Level Corporate Sponsor of the NCHSAA” and “Official Television Partner of the NCHSAA.”
Time Warner Cable’s free Video on Demand technology allows viewers to watch “On Demand” programming at any time by using their remote control to select, view, pause and rewind the digitized content.