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    CSTV Releases Cable Providers for UConn-Notre Dame Women's Basketball Game

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    NEW YORK - CSTV (Feb. 20,2003) - College Sports Television (CSTV) is the first 24-hour television network devoted exclusively to college sports.  Sunday's Connecticut-Notre Dame women's basketball game at Gampel Pavilion will mark the debut broadcast for the network, which will offer a six-week free preview that will culminate with its official launch on Monday, April 7, immediately following the end of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.

    CSTV also announced it has reached agreements with cable providers in several cities nationwide to carry the game live.  Those clearances include:
    Albuquerque, NM (Comcast)
    Bangor, Maine (WBGR-TV; tape delayed to Monday at 7 p.m. EST)
    Buffalo, NY (WNGS-TV)
    Colorado Springs, CO (Adelphia)
    Dayton, OH (WRCX-TV; tape delayed to Sunday at 4 p.m. EST)
    Greensboro, NC (WXIV-TV)
    Kansas City, MO (KMCI-TV)
    LaCrosse, WI (KQEG-TV)
    Louisville, KY (WYCS-TV)
    Memphis, TN (Time Warner)
    Pittsburgh, PA (WBGN-TV)
    Portland, OR (Comcast)
    Roanoke, VA (WDRL-TV)
    South Bend, IN (WNDU-TV; tape delayed to Sunday at 4 p.m. EST)
    West Palm Beach, FL (WTCN-TV; tape delayed to Monday at noon EST)

    The game Sunday, will also be televised locally by CPTV.  Tip-off is set for 2:00 p.m.