For Immediate Release
TIME WARNER CABLE AND NEWS 14 CAROLINA OFFER EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE
OF THE NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Raleigh, N.C. (November 28, 2011) – For the first time ever, Time Warner Cable will air all eight North Carolina high school football championship games LIVE. The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Football conference 1A to 4AA championship games will air on Time Warner Cable Digital Channels 521, 522 and 523 and on News 14 Carolina beginning December 2. In addition, digital cable customers can relive the plays, tackles and touchdowns for free on Time Warner Cable’s Carolina On Demand. Fans across the country and service members serving overseas that cannot attend the games can watch live streaming on News 14 Carolina’s award winning website, www.news14.com.
“Time Warner Cable is using all of our available programming resources to provide the best coverage of these exciting games,” said Jason Lockhart, Carolina On Demand manager. “Our customers have the exclusive advantage of watching the best teams from across the state as the action is happening. “
Friday, December 2nd - NCHSAA 1A game, Jones vs. Murphy (Live from Carter Finley Stadium, NCSU) – 7:30PM – Channel 520
Friday, December 2nd - NCHSAA 3AA game, Northern Guilford vs. Crest (Live from Kenan Stadium, UNC) – 7:30PM - Channel 521
Saturday, December 3rd - NCHSAA 2A game, Tarboro vs. Lincolnton (Live from NCSU) – 11AM - Channel 520
Saturday, December 3rd - NCHSAA 3A game, Havelock vs. West Rowan (Live from UNC) – 11AM - Channel 521
Saturday, December 3rd - NCHSAA 1AA game, Ayden-Grifton vs. Swain County (Live from BB&T Field, WFU) – 11AM - Channel 522
Saturday, December 3rd – NCHSAA 4AA game, Garner vs. Page (Live from WFU) – 3PM – Channels 14, 114, 414, 1114
Saturday, December 3rd - NCHSAA 2AA game, Kinston vs. West Stokes (Live from NCSU) – 3PM - Channel 520
Saturday, December 3rd - NCHSAA 4A, Scotland vs. Porter Ridge (Live from WFU) – 7PM - Channel 522
On Sunday, following the live coverage of the games, Time Warner Cable digital customers can fast-forward, rewind or pause all of the magical plays as many times as they want on Time Warner Cable’s Carolina On Demand, channels 199 and 1047. Carolina On Demand is Time Warner Cable’s award-winning On Demand channel dedicated to bringing Carolina-oriented programming into the homes of nearly one million customers across the Carolinas.
Monday, November 28, 2011
For Immediate Release