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NBC10 Named Eagles' Official TV Station

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Today NBC10, Comcast SportsNet and the Philadelphia Eagles announced a comprehensive new broadcast partnership that makes NBC10 "The Official Television Station of the Philadelphia Eagles," and expands Comcast SportsNet's coverage of the team with new shows. Under this new deal, NBC10 will broadcast all four Eagles preseason games, as well as expanded news coverage, beginning with the NFL Draft and extending throughout the season. The partnership includes live gameday, pre- and post-game programming and weekly magazine shows.

Eagles programming on NBC10 and Comcast SportsNet includes pre- and post-game shows, "Eagles Game Plan" and "Inside the Eagles."

"The Eagles are an institution in Philadelphia and we are proud to be 'The Official Television Station of the Philadelphia Eagles,'" said Valari Staab, President, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations. "Between new gameday programming, weekly team-focused shows and preseason games, NBC10 will be the home for wall-to-wall Eagles coverage and we couldn't be more excited about our new partnership."

Together, NBC10 Philadelphia and Comcast SportsNet will provide Eagles fans with unprecedented coverage of the Philadelphia Eagles on multiple networks and platforms. 

"Philadelphia already knows about the quality sports coverage that is at the core of NBC10 and Comcast SportsNet," said team president Don Smolenski. "We have had a long-standing relationship with Comcast SportsNet – a key driver of sports coverage in the city for more than two decades - and this new partnership allows us to build significantly upon that relationship. In addition, we are now going to work together with NBC10 and CSN to provide new and exciting content across multiple channels tailored to Eagles fans."

Added Smolenski: "We are looking forward to this partnership and are excited about the new content for fans that will now be on broadcast, cable and digital channels."

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