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SBD/June 14, 2013/Media
Breaking The Mold: Patriots To Try New Format For Preseason TV Broadcasts
Published June 14, 2013
BUCS LAND ON NEW STATION: The Buccaneers on Thursday announced a new multiyear TV rights deal with WFLA-NBC to broadcast preseason games through the '17 season. The station will produce and air three games this preseason; the team's fourth game is a national Fox broadcast. WFLA also will produce and air pregame specials prior to each preseason game, and the net's Dan Lucas will host "Bucs Bonus," a half-hour program airing Saturday nights at 7:00pm ET during the NFL season (Buccaneers).