For the first time ever, every single game of the NCAA Tournament will be broadcast live and in its entirety. Gone are the days of being at the mercy of "live loon-ins" and "studio updates." A big reason for this is truTV, which, along with CBS, TNT and TBS, will be broadcasting the 2011 March Madness, including the four First Round games, beginning Tuesday night. So, now to the important stuff ... what channel is truTV? Great question!
Since most of us probably had idea it used to be Court TV, HD Sports Guide has compiled a handy list of where you can find truTV.
|Time Warner||National||Digital HD|
|Insight Communications||Lexington, KY; Columbus, OH||995|
|Verizon FiOS||New York||683|
If you're in Boston and have Comcast, it's channel 902 for truTV HD, and channel 67 for regular def.
The first games on truTV will tip Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. EDT, as the new First Four round gets underway with UNC-Asheville vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, followed by UAB vs. Clemson at 9 p.m. ET.
Here's the full listing of which channels to see the NCAA Tournament's first and second round games on, and also our printable NCAA Tournament bracket.