Since joining the West Coast Conference beginning with the 2011-12 season, BYU men’s basketball has enjoyed unprecedented exposure on national television. Every home game and numerous road games have been televised to a live national audience on BYUtv or the ESPN family of networks. In four season, BYUtv has televised 88 BYU games while the ESPN family of networks has televised 69 BYU games.
Additionally, BYU’s national fan base is able to view same-day rebroadcasts on BYUtv of every home game to which ESPN has rights. All home games broadcast on BYUtv are also available live and on demand on BYUtv.org.
BYUtv is available in more than 55 million North American homes and is growing every month. It’s on the basic tier of both Dish and DirecTV and is carried by more than 600 cable systems. The network owns a new state-of-the-art production truck that will allow it to televise games in HD. ESPN and ESPN2 are both available in 99.5 million homes, while the 24-hour college sports network ESPNU is distributed to approximately 73 million homes.
The exclusive radio home of BYU basketball and flagship of BYU basketball is the Cougar IMG Sports Network. The “Voice of the Cougars” is Greg Wrubell, in his 21st season as the play-by-play broadcaster for BYU Basketball. Joining Wrubell on the broadcasts is former Cougar letterman Mark Durrant, in his 20th year as game analyst.
BYU basketball coverage can also be heard online at BYUcougars.com, BYUradio.org and ksl.com. Games are also available via the BYUcougars App and on Sirius XM 143.
Dave Rose’s weekly radio show is broadcast live from Malawi's Pizza (4801 N University Ave, Provo, Utah) Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. (beginning in December). The show will feature appearances by BYU players and coaches, and a live question-and-answer segment with Coach Rose.