Charter Launches CSTV in Fort Worth-Dallas
May 9, 2007
NEW YORK CITY- CSTV, the number one destination for college sports, has launched in Ft. Worth-Dallas on Charter Communications, providing fans throughout the area with the broadest and deepest coverage of college sports, including a wealth of exciting TCU and Mountain West Conference programming.
CSTV is now available on Charter digital channel 290.
College sports fans in the Ft. Worth-Dallas area will now have unparalleled access to TCU and Mountain West Conference sports, including CSTV's full line-up of regular-season and championship events for 35 men's and women's college sports, as well as the network's award-winning original programming, features, live studio shows and documentaries.
"We're very excited about CSTV coming to Charter in our local market," TCU athletics director Danny Morrison said. "With three of our first four football games airing on CSTV, this is wonderful news for our fans. It will provide excellent exposure for TCU and the Mountain West Conference. We appreciate the efforts of CSTV and Charter working together to make this happen and look forward to continuing to grow our relationship with both parties."
The Horned Frogs kick off the 2007 football season on CSTV Sept. 1 against Baylor and will make at least two more appearances on the network, including a Sept. 13 game at Air Force and a Sept. 22 home date versus SMU.
"The Ft. Worth-Dallas area is an outstanding college sports market," said Bob Rose, Executive Vice President, Distribution, CSTV Networks, Inc. "We are delighted that, along with Charter, we will be able to connect sports fans with the most extensive coverage ever available of the teams and sports they care about most."
"CSTV is a destination for the college sports fan, and we're proud to add this great programming to our lineup," said Kathleen Griffin, Director of Sales and Marketing for Charter in Fort Worth. "CSTV adds to the great value of Charter Digital®, particularly for the local fans of TCU athletics."
CSTV, the expert in college sports, is available in more than 65 million homes via cable and satellite.
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