FSN Rocky Mountain to air 60 Rockies games in HD

Rocky Mountain
are scheduled to be air 150 regular season Rockies
games on television this season. Additionally, the network will air eight
spring training games and telecast more than 60 regular season games in HD. The
club is also scheduled to appear four times on Fox Saturday broadcasts, KDVR 31
locally, along with an appearance on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball on July 13 at
the New York Mets.

“We are looking forward to another exciting year of
Rockies baseball on
Rocky Mountain,”
Greg Feasel, Rockies Senior Vice President of Business Operations said.
“We believe the broadcasts of the games and surrounding baseball
programming have the ability to grow baseball in
Colorado and connect the players and team to
our fans. No one does that better than
FSN Rocky Mountain.”

“After their dramatic National League Championship win
last season, we are anticipating an even higher level of interest in Rockies
baseball this season,” said Tim Griggs, Sr. Vice President and General Manager
FSN Rocky Mountain.
“Our extensive game and programming coverage from
Tucson will be a great way to kick off the
2008 campaign.”

Once again in 2008, Rockies games will be broadcast on FSN Rocky Mountain and KTVD, my20 in
Denver. The breakdown will have 126 games on
FSN Rocky
Mountain with the
remaining 24 contests on my20. While most my20 broadcasts will fall on Sundays,
the network is slated to feature four Saturday games in September.

All eight Spring Training telecasts will air live with weekday
games re-airing at 7 p.m. that evening. The first Cactus League telecast will
be the Thursday, March 16 vs. the Padres at 2 p.m.
MT. Details
of the HD broadcasts will be distributed at a later date.

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