Bally Sports to Televise Record Number of Home and Away Dream Games in Atlanta Market
ATLANTA, GA - Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast will televise a record 35 Atlanta Dream games during the 2022 WNBA regular season, starting with the team's game at the Dallas Wings on Saturday, May 7 at 8 p.m. ET on Bally Sports Southeast and the Bally Sports app.
Bally Sports will host 35 of the team's 36 regular season games on its networks - the most locally televised games in Atlanta Dream history.
"We are excited to partner with Bally Sports to showcase nearly all our home and away games for the first time in Atlanta history," said Dream President and COO Morgan Shaw Parker. "We are committed to growing the game, and in order to do that our fans need access to watch our entire season. Bally Sports has a unique ability to elevate our players' stories and help bring the team closer to the fans and the Atlanta community."
The broadcast team for Dream games on Bally Sports returns for their second season together in 2022. Angel Gray is back for her second season as play-by-play announcer, while LaChina Robinson and Tabitha Turner will split time as analysts again this season. Robinson returns for her 13th season with the Dream, while Turner will provide commentary for a fourth consecutive season.
Atlanta Dream telecasts on Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast will be widely available throughout Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee on cable, satellite and streaming providers. The games can also be streamed with authentication on the Bally Sports app and on www.ballysports.com. The full broadcast schedule can be found here (subject to change, check local listings).
Additional Atlanta Dream coverage from the networks will also be available on the @BallySportsSO Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube platforms.
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