Fans Tune to Mohegan Sun New England Sports Tonight For 2 A.M. Post Game Show Following Game 2

FSN New England to Deliver Additional Post-game Coverage Following Game 3

BURLINGTON, MA – FSN New England was the lone regional sports network to provide post-game coverage of Boston's Game 2 vs. Anaheim, and viewers tuned in for immediate reaction and analysis on the win.

The special post-game edition of Mohegan Sun New England Sports Tonight presented by the Boston Herald ran from 2 a.m. to 2:45 a.m. and averaged a .7 household rating and a 1.1 rating with males 25-54. FSN New England's household rating was up 75 percent from the special NEST post-game show following Game 1 of the 2003 division series against Oakland which also started at 10 p.m.

NEST's in-depth coverage featured host Gary Tanguay in studio with FSN New England's exclusive baseball analyst John Valentin and the Boston Herald's Michael Felger. Host Greg Dickerson provided live reports from the ballpark in Anaheim, including live post-game interviews with Mike Timlin and Johnny Damon and live cut-ins to Manager Terry Francona and Pedro Martinez post-game press conferences.

"Night in and night out, NEST provides the best news and analysis on the hottest sports topics of the day in Boston. Our special post-game coverage is part of our commitment to provide first rate coverage of major Boston sports events and we excited that fans tuned in," said David Woodman, Sr. VP and general manager of FSN New England.

FSN New England will continue its special post-game coverage following Game 3 on Friday:

6:30 p.m.

Greg Dickerson and Michael Felger in-studio

Immediately after Game 3

Dickerson, Felger and Valentin in-studio
Gary Tanguay Live from Fenway
Live beat writer analysis
Live player interviews
Live cut-ins to press conferences

10 p.m.

Greg Dickerson and Michael Felger in-studio
Gary Tanguay Live from Fenway

Live beat writer analysis

Fox Sport Net New England reaches more than 3.7 million households in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Fox Sports Net New England is owned and operated by Rainbow Sports Networks, a division of Cablevision's Rainbow Media Holdings LLC. Fox Sports Net New England's programming includes Boston Celtics, Mohegan Sun's New England Sports Tonight, Mohegan Sun's New England Tailgate, New England Revolution, The Best Damn Sports Show Period and NASCAR. Visit for more information.

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