Turner Sports, a division of WarnerMedia, is an industry leader in the delivery of premium sports content across all multimedia screens. Turner Sports' television coverage includes the NBA, Major League Baseball, NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, ELEAGUE and professional golf, along with the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. The company also manages some of the most popular sports destinations across digital and social platforms including Bleacher Report and its top-rated app, NCAA.com and the critically-acclaimed NCAA March Madness Live suite of products, PGA.com and the Sports Emmy Award-winning PGA Championship LIVE, as well as an accompanying collection of mobile sites and connected device apps. Turner Sports and the NBA jointly manage NBA Digital, a robust collection of offerings including NBA TV, NBA.com, NBA League Pass, the NBA App andNBAGLEAGUE.com. Turner Sports recently launched B/R Live, a premium live streaming sports platform that serves as the central hub for both the discovery and consumption of live sports content. The new streaming service allows fans to find and watch their favorite sports content anywhere, anytime and on the screen of their choice.
NBA on TNT will exclusively present a State Farm NBA Play-In Tournament doubleheader tomorrow, Tuesday, May 18, beginning with a 30-minute pregame show at 6 p.m. ET. The network will then showcase both Eastern Conference Play-In Tournament games – the No. 7 Boston
Hall of Fame broadcaster Marv Albert, the long-time voice of Turner Sports’ NBA live game telecasts, has shared his plans to retire following his call of TNT’s exclusive coverage of the 2021 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. For more than a half century, the iconic Albert
NBA TV's coverage of the WNBA's 25th season will tip off with the New York Liberty and 2020 No. 1 overall pick Sabrina Ionescu hosting the Indiana Fever and Kelsey Mitchell on Friday, May 14, at 7 p.m. ET. The next week, a pair of former WNBA MVPs will meet when the
Turner Sports, a division of WarnerMedia, and the National Hockey League have reached a multi-faceted, seven-year agreement set to begin with the 2021-22 season, it was announced today by Jeff Zucker, Chairman, WarnerMedia News & Sports, and NHL Commissioner Gary