truTV broadcasting NCAA Tournament First Four Games; Here's how to find it

Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Yes, we know how you can find truTV on your remote. It's not that hard. Just read how to do it here.

The NCAA Tournament First Four gets underway on Tuesday night, and both games will be broadcast on truTV. Since many college basketball fans may not know where truTV is located in their selection of channels, we decided to do the hard work for you.

The easiest way to find out which channel truTV is on your television provider, go to their website at In the upper right corner, they have a handy channel finder, which will show you where it's located on every television provider offered in your zipcode. Just look down the list until you see your cable or satellite provider, and punch in the numbers. Technology is amazing, huh?

For national satellite providers, the channels don't change. If you have DirecTV or Dish Network, you can find truTV on the following channels:

DirecTV: 246
Dish: 204, 242, 9430

Tuesday night's matchups are North Carolina A&T vs. Liberty at 6:40 p.m. ET, and St. Mary's vs. Middle Tennessee State at 9:10 p.m. ET. On Wednesday night, LIU-Brooklyn will face James Madison at 6:40 p.m. ET, and Boise State will play La Salle at 9:10 p.m. ET. Again, all four of these games can be seen on truTV.

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