Golden State Warriors post increased TV ratings for first half of season on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

February 13, 2014, 1:30 pm
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Warriors Household Ratings Up 10% Compared to 2012-13 Viewership

Increased Ratings Registered in Key Advertising Demographics, “Warriors Pregame Live” and “Warriors Postgame Live”

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (February 13, 2014) – Comcast SportsNet Bay Area (@CSNAuthentic), the home of “Authentic Bay Area Sports,” has registered significant rating increases for its Golden State Warriors telecasts during the first half of the 2013-14 NBA season. Through 48 games this season, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area is averaging a 3.15 household rating, which is equal to an estimated 79,411 households in the San Francisco DMA (San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose) watching per game, a 10 percent increase over the 2.86 average household rating posted at the end of the 2012-13 season.

Additional highlights from the first half of the season include:

· Of the 48 Warriors games televised on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, 12 telecasts have been #1 in average households during the market time period, 14 other broadcasts have been ranked #2 and 10 games have been #3. A total of 36 games out of 48 have been in the top #3 in households during the market time period;

· The February 12th Warriors/Heat game registered a season-high 5.61 average household rating (approx. 141,401 households) – the highest rated Warriors game since 3/24/08 (5.73, Warriors/Lakers)

· In addition, Warriors Pregame Live (+18%) and Warriors Postgame Live (+10%) have delivered significant rating gains compared to 2012-13

· Ratings in key advertising demographics have posted increased numbers compared to 2012-13, including Adults 25-54 (+15%) and Men 25-54 (+15%);

Source for all ratings information is provided by Nielsen Media Research.

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area’s next Warriors telecast is on Wednesday, February 19 against the Sacramento Kings (pre-game coverage gets underway with Warriors Pregame Live at 6:30 p.m. with tip-off at 7 p.m.).

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and Comcast SportsNet California, both part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, serve more than four million households in Northern California, Nevada, Southern Oregon and Hawaii. Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the television home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants, NBA’s Golden State Warriors, AFL’s San Jose SaberCats and the official regional sports network of the San Francisco 49ers, also features a robust lineup of Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and original programming. Comcast SportsNet California offers live coverage of MLB’s Oakland Athletics, NBA’s Sacramento Kings, NHL’s San Jose Sharks, MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes and is the official regional sports network of the Oakland Raiders. Collectively, these networks deliver more than 600 live sporting events per year, over 1,500 live studio shows, including SportsNet Central, Yahoo SportsTalk Live, Pregame Live, Postgame Live, Press Conference Live, as well as compelling digital content, up-to-the-minute scores, highlights and breaking news via and Follow both networks on Twitter via @CSNAuthentic.

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Jay dela Cruz
Comcast SportsNet