Carolinas Sports Entertainment Television (C-SET) made a late addition to its college basketball schedule, it was announced today by C-SET Executive Vice President Naomi Travers. On Wednesday, December 1, 2004 at 7:30 p.m., C-SET will air the Appalachian State v. University of South Carolina men's college basketball match-up live from Columbia.
Former NBA star Dell Curry will provide the analysis and veteran sports broadcaster Steve Martin will provide the play-by-play. The game will be the inaugural college basketball telecast for C-SET and kick off a Carolinas-intensive college basketball game schedule for the 2004-05 season.
"We are excited about the opportunity to be associated with quality programs such as South Carolina and Appalachian State," said C-SET Executive Vice President Naomi Travers. "We are especially thrilled to bring a game of this caliber to the sports fans of the Carolinas."
C-SET is carried on cable systems across North and South Carolina as follows; Time Warner channel 150 in Charlotte, Time Warner channel 148 in Columbia, Time Warner channel 126 in the Greensboro/Winston - Salem area, Time Warner channel 148 in Myrtle Beach/Florence, Time Warner channel 140 in Raleigh/Durham, Time Warner 150 in Wilmington, and Comporium channel 208 in Rock Hill.
For more information on the Appalachian State v. South Carolina game, C-SET's complete college basketball schedule and other programming on C-SET, visit www.c-set.com.
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