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The Orlando Magic announced Friday that Fox Sports Florida will once again be the home for the Orlando Magic throughout the 2013-14 season.
Fox Sports Florida will broadcast 81 of the team's regular 82 season games and will also broadcast the Magic's preseason finale against the Pelicans on October 25. The only game not on Fox Sports Florida will be the Magic's Feb. 5 matchup against the Pistons which will air on ESPN.
This year's broadcast will have some changes as Jeff Turner takes over for Matt Guokas int he broadcast booth. Turner will join longtime Magic play-by-play broadcaster David Steele, who will be broadcasting the Magic for his 25th season. Fox Sports Florida will air a 30-minute pre and postgame Magic Live show that will feature Nick Anderson and Tony Battie. Former Magic coach Brian Hill will join the rotation of analysts as well for the first time this year. Paul Kennedy will host the show as he prepares for his 25th season behind the microphon...
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ORLANDO, FL -- The Orlando Magic and FOX Sports Florida have announced the 2013-14 local television broadcast schedule.
For the second straight season, all Magic games will be televised exclusively on one channel in high definition: FOX Sports Florida. The network will televise 81 regular-season games and one preseason game.
FOX Sports Florida, the exclusive local TV home of the...
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