Entercom, the corporate parent of WFAN, and the Brooklyn Nets have reached a new multiyear agreement that extends the team’s broadcast rights with WFAN through the 2020-21 season.
These broadcast rights include airing regular season and any postseason games. In addition, WFAN will continue to be the home of the Nets’ in-depth pregame and postgame coverage for all contests broadcast on the station. WFAN on-air talent will also broadcast shows live from Barclays Center before Nets games.
Chris Carrino will continue as the radio play-by-play voice of the Nets alongside color analyst and former Wagner College men’s basketball head coach Tim Capstraw. Carrino is the the executive director of broadcasting for the Nets as well.
YES Network signed an extension for its TV and digital rights in late 2015. that deal extends well into the next decade, Sports Business Journal reported at the time.
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