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2018-19 NHL (and NBA) season

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Toronto Raptors Championship Parade: Monday, June 17th

 

TSN starts its special coverage at 9am ET and yes TSN, CTV AND CTV News Channel will air live coverage starting at 10am ET in a NATIONWIDE live simulcast.

 

Enjoy Toronto. You guys have long deserved it.

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5 hours ago, TheOneManHerd said:

Canadian teams have now won more NBA titles in the 21st century than Stanley Cups.

 

And more World Series titles too.

 

Oh and I'll add this... CP24 is also airing CTV's national simulcast of the parade starting at 10am ET.

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27 minutes ago, TheRolyPoly said:

 

And more World Series titles too.

Not true. The Blue Jays last won in ‘93, so Canadian teams have won zero World Series in the 21st century.

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Sportsnet will also be producing coverage of the parade - which will be seen on Citytv.  Additionally, OMNI Television will also present coverage in Cantonese and Mandarin.

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Posted (edited)

Don’t forget CBC (on both CBC-TV and CBC News Network) and Global!

 

Stateside, ESPN and probably NBA TV will broadcast it as well; unsure which feeds they’ll borrow.

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1 hour ago, johnnya2k6 said:

NBA TV will broadcast it as well; unsure which feeds they’ll borrow.

 

I think NBA TV usually goes with local coverage.  I know NHL Network and MLB Network typically pick up a local affiliate for the Stanley Cup or World Series parades, so I'm assuming NBA TV will as well.

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The blues parade is on now.. Ktvi is partnered with fs Midwest even using there graphics.. I wonder what kdnl will use? 

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22 minutes ago, bhratbrat said:

The blues parade is on now.. Ktvi is partnered with fs Midwest even using there graphics.. I wonder what kdnl will use? 

 

KDNL can't do anything because they don't have a news department.

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52 minutes ago, TriangleTriadMediaNews said:

 

I think NBA TV usually goes with local coverage.  I know NHL Network and MLB Network typically pick up a local affiliate for the Stanley Cup or World Series parades, so I'm assuming NBA TV will as well.

 

NHLN and MLBN typically use the team's RSN. Same with NBATV.

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CTV and Cityty's coverage is routed through TSN and Sportsnet respectively. Everyone else is doing it through their news departments.

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On 6/17/2019 at 12:00 PM, Viper550 said:

CTV and Cityty's coverage is routed through TSN and Sportsnet respectively. Everyone else is doing it through their news departments.

While Stateside, ESPN2 and NBA TV were taking CTV/TSN (no one couldn’t find the Citytv feed).

 

CBC's (with Peter Mansbridge taking part; why couldn't CTV get Lloyd Robertson?) and Global's were of course on YouTube.

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