What you'll see on Fox Sports New Orleans without them having the graphic up, changing the websites over, etc. They seem to want to hype it and clarify the change to the consumers.
Here are the main things they want out there. Where you found Fox Sports Southwest or Houston before, now you will find Fox Sports New Orleans. It's a new package, new focus, but not a new `channel' since you can find it where you always did before.
They aren't going to show a preseason game, to my understanding.
They are not Hornets focused, which in a sense, makes sense. Hornets games and "shoulder programming" (a cool kid phrase) occupy . . . what . . . 16h a week? That leaves 152 to go. I'm guessing the infrastructure guys are seemslessly coming from FS Houston, so no real issue there, but no real opportunity to get into the original content.
Given all that, I'm shocked these dudes called. Then, they called back to say thanks and talk more . . . got added to media list and get some follow-ups in necessary. Their press stuff will be passed along.
Gotcha covered, HT.
I mean . . . gotcha covered, sons.
This post was edited on 10/12 at 8:41 pm