About Spectrum SportsNet LA

Spectrum SportsNet LA (“SportsNet LA”) launched on February 25, 2014 as the 24/7 high-definition regional sports network exclusively dedicated to the Los Angeles Dodgers. SportsNet LA will televise more than 150 live regular season games as well as Spring Training games and comprehensive coverage. All of SportsNet LA’s Dodgers regular season telecasts will be presented with in-depth, pre- and post-game shows.

Do I have to subscribe to Spectrum to watch this network?

No. SportsNet LA is available to all cable, satellite, and telco providers and negotiations to carry the networks are ongoing but have not yet concluded.

What do I do to make sure my provider carries SportsNet LA?

To let your provider know you want SportsNet LA, you can call them at 844 I NEED MY or call them directly. Your voice is important, so make sure you let your provider know you don’t want to miss Dodgers games and programming on SportsNet LA.

What television providers carry SportsNet LA?

Spectrum carries SportsNet LA and we are in negotiations with all other providers. We are actively seeking distribution with providers in the Dodgers territory (DIRECTV, AT&T U-verse, Cox, Verizon FiOS, Comcast, DISH, etc.).

On what channel number can I watch SportsNet LA on Spectrum?

SportsNet LA is available to Spectrum customers in the Los Angeles area with Standard TV or above in high definition (HD) on channel 319. Spectrum customers living outside of the Southern California region with the “TWC Sports Pass,” can watch select SportsNet LA programming (no live game coverage) on channel 331.

Where is SportsNet LA available?

SportsNet LA is available in all areas Dodgers fans could previously watch games (subject to agreements with local providers). That area stretches from Fresno County to the north to Orange County and Imperial County to the south. It also includes Hawaii and Clark County, NV. A full list of CA counties that can receive the networks is as follows: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Ventura.

How many Dodgers games will air on SportsNet LA?

SportsNet LA will televise more than 140 live regular season games as well as comprehensive Spring Training games and coverage. All of SportsNet LA’s Dodgers regular season telecasts will be presented with in-depth, pre- and post-game shows.

What programming will fans see on SportsNet LA?

SportsNet LA brings fans by an unprecedented amount of comprehensive, in-depth Dodgers programming. It features thousands of hours of exclusive content delivering an immersive experience, taking fans deep inside and behind-the-scenes of the Dodger organization. Signature original programming on the network includes the nightly studio show “Access SportsNet: Dodgers,” “Backstage: Dodgers,” a weekly documentary series that chronicles the Dodgers’ season from start to finish, “Leadoff LA,” a pre-game show featuring in-depth analysis and fan contributions via social media, the weekly show “Dodgers Clubhouse,” the in-depth interview series “Connected With…,” classic games on “Timeless Dodgers,” hour-long “Dodgermentary” biographies, the “Talkin’ Blue” roundtable show, and “Larry King At Bat,” a show that features special sit-downs with celebrities, baseball legends, and Dodger personalities.

How do I watch Dodger games on TV in Spanish?

In a first for any Major League Baseball team, SportsNet LA will produce and televise a record-setting 140 live regular season Dodger games in Spanish. Spectrum customers in Los Angeles, the Desert Cities and Barstow can watch live, Spanish-language game telecasts in high definition on channel 324. SportsNet LA’s Spanish-language telecasts are available to all satellite, cable and telco multichannel providers, subject to agreements with each provider.

Will a select amount of Dodgers games air on KCAL or another over-the-air affiliate?

All Dodgers games will air exclusively on SportsNet LA, excluding a small number of games that are selected by MLB’s national broadcast partners. We felt it was important for Dodgers fans to have an immersive, in-depth and consistent, go-to TV home for their team.

Where do I go for more information?

You can visit www.sportsnetla.com. Follow us on Twitter @SportsNetLA, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SportsNetLA, and Instagram @SportsNetLA.

I have Spectrum, but I live outside of the Dodgers local broadcast territory. Can I still watch SportsNet LA?

SportsNet LA is available to the majority of Time Warner Cable | Spectrum Sports Pass customers outside of Southern California and Hawaii. In accordance with Major League Baseball’s (MLB) broadcast territory rules, live games and some other network programming will be blacked out, as was the case with the teams’ previous TV broadcast partner stations.