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We Control What Game We Watch During The NCAA Tournament

In the past, when watching the NCAA Tournament, CBS would switch to another close game right in the middle of a game I wanted to see.  But this year, I will be able to control what game I want to see.  Power to the remote! The NCAA tournament’s new 14-year, $10.8 billion TV deal with two media companies radically changes how a nation of bracket-fillers will watch March Madness.

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Every game will be broadcast nationally in its entirety, spread across four networks — old standby CBS, plus three Turner cable channels in TNT, TBS and truTV.
Now I just have to remember what number these channels are on my TV!

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