TruTV Channel Info: Where To Find March Madness 2011's New Broadcaster

Every game of the 2011 NCAA Tournament will be aired on TV for the first time, which increases enjoyment of March Madness infinitely. The games will be shown on four channels: CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV. That last network is clearly not like the others, probably because none of us have ever heard of it, let alone know where to find it on our televisions.

But don't worry! HD Sports Guide has compiled a list of where to find truTV in HD based on which cable/satellite provider you have:

Provider Location Channel
Dish Network National 204
DirecTV National 246-1
AT&T U-Verse National 1164
Comcast National Varies
Cablevision All Affiliates 58
Time Warner National Digital HD
Insight Communications Lexington, KY; Columbus, OH 995
Verizon FiOS New York 683


Remember: Those are just the providers that will carry the truTV games in HD. You may still be able to get them in standard def if you don't use one of the above companies. Check your local listings, and all that.

The first games on truTV will tip tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET as the new First Four round gets underway with UNC-Asheville vs. Arkansas-Little Rock, followed by Clemson vs. UAB 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.

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