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Turner, CBS and the NCAA Reach Long-Term Multimedia Rights Extension for NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship

New Agreement Extends Television, Digital and Marketing Rights Through 2032

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA today announced an eight-year extension of its multimedia rights agreement with CBS Sports and Turner, a division of Time Warner, for the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. The new contract extends the agreement through 2032, and ensures that one of the premier American sports events will be telecast by two of the world’s preeminent media companies for almost two more decades.

Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ Expanded Coverage of 2016 NCAA National Championship Averages 17.8 Million Total Viewers

National Championship Delivers Second Largest College Basketball Audience in Cable Television History

Telecast Airing Across TBS, TNT & truTV Delivers Top Program of the Night

Title Game Telecast Peaks with 22.3 Million Total Viewers for Villanova’s Buzzer Beating Victory

30-Year Anniversary of “One Shining Moment” to be Celebrated as Part of Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ Expanded National Championship Game Coverage

Iconic NCAA Tournament Anthem Performed by the Late Luther Vandross to Air on TBS

Three-Time Grammy Award Winner NE-YO to Voice Latest Rendition on TNT and truTV with Team-Specific NCAA Tournament Video Highlights

Turner Sports and CBS Sports Announce Studio Programming Plans and Special Guests for 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in Houston

TBS’s Pregame Coverage on Saturday, April 2, Begins with At the Final Four presented by Infiniti at 3 p.m. ET,
Followed by The Final Four Show at 4 p.m.

Saturday’s Pregame Coverage to Include Live Look-Ins from March Madness Music Festival with Performances by Kendrick Lamar and Twenty One Pilots

Capital One Championship Central to Start Monday’s National Championship Coverage at 7 p.m. on TBS

NCAA® March Madness® Live™ to Present NCAA® Final Four® Semifinals and National Championship in Virtual Reality for First Time

NCAA March Madness Live VR App Sponsored by Capital One to Provide Virtual Reality Experience via Samsung Gear VR Powered by Oculus

March Madness Live to Offer 2D, 180-Degree Stream on Desktop

Final Four Tip Times Announced for Saturday, April 2, on TBS

Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2016 NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four® on Saturday, April 2 (6-11 p.m. ET), will tip off with Oklahoma against Villanova (6:09 p.m. ET) on TBS.  North Carolina against Syracuse will follow 40 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.  Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery will call the games with reporter Tracy Wolfson.

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