Orlando Predators Announce WKMG TV Broadcast Schedule
Wednesday March 11, 2015
WKMG-CBS and Cozi-TV to air Six Predators Home/Away Games
ORLANDO – Mar. 11, 2015 – The Orlando Predators announced today a six-game TV broadcast schedule that will feature 2015 home and away games on WKMG Local 6 and Cozi-TV. The entire schedule includes three home broadcasts on WKMG-CBS, as well as two away games and an additional home game on Cozi-TV.
The three-game slate on WKMG-CBS begins with a rematch of the 2014 American Conference Championship as the Orlando Predators host the Cleveland Gladiators on Saturday, May 2. WKMG will later broadcast live from the Amway Center when the Predators take on the New Orleans VooDoo on Saturday, June 27. The CBS schedule concludes with a matchup against the bitter division-rival Jacksonville Sharks on Saturday, August 1.
The Cozi-TV broadcast schedule features home and away editions of Arena Football’s most storied rivalry as the Orlando Predators take on the Tampa Bay Storm. The Preds head east to Tampa on Saturday, July 11 in the first edition of the “War on I-4.” Orlando later hosts the Storm at the Amway Center in the 2015 regular season finale on Saturday, August 8.
The third game on Cozi-TV includes flex scheduling and will feature either the Orlando Predators at the Philadelphia Soul on Friday, May 8 or the Orlando Predators at the Cleveland Gladiators on Saturday, July 11. The third game selection will be announced at a later date.
The three hour game day broadcasts will open with a pre-game show at 7:00pm and conclude at 9:30pm following a postgame review.
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ABOUT THE ORLANDO PREDATORS
The 2014 South Division Champion Orlando Predators enters its 24th season as Central Florida’s most exciting and innovative professional sports franchise. Proud members of the Arena Football League, the Predators have achieved unprecedented success on the field. Orlando has advanced to the AFL playoffs a league-leading 22 times in their history while securing seven conference championships, including two ArenaBowl Championship victories in 1998 and 2000.