Utah Jazz expands broadcast territory in Oregon

Utah Jazz and its outer market broadcast territory will deliver games to an additional three million potential fans across all of Idaho, Montana and parts of Oregon, Wyoming, and Washington. More fans in these states will have greater access to watch the Jazz, ranging from local TV and the new Jazz+ streaming service to cable and satellite subscriptions.

On the heels of their June 2023 announcement that brought all 3.3 million Utahns access to Utah Jazz games.

Jazz fans within a 150-mile radius of Delta Center will be able to watch every Utah Jazz game, with the exception of exclusive nationally televised games, on KJZZ, which is accessible through over-the-air antennas, cable subscriptions, and various streaming services that carry KJZZ in their subscriptions.

For the first time, fans in Montana, the rest of Idaho, most of Oregon, and eastern Washington will also be able to watch Jazz games through their ROOT SPORTS NORTHWEST subscription.

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Fans in the team’s local broadcast footprint are able to watch Jazz games on local TV station KJZZ, channel 14, “The Home of the Utah Jazz,” via an over-the-air antenna or through local cable and satellite providers that carry KJZZ. They can also subscribe to Jazz+ to benefit from the convenience and flexibility of catching every minute of Utah Jazz action at home or on the go.

As part of an enhanced agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group – which owns and operates KJZZ – fans in southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming will now be able to watch Jazz games through a new KJZZ feed on fuboTV. The Utah Jazz are also opening access to Jazz+ in these markets, catering to fans who want 24/7 access to the team, both on and off the court, as well as the ability to watch broadcasts in Spanish.

Fans in Utah, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming can visit to identify all available viewing options by plugging in their zip code.

“The Utah Jazz are all in on providing the best possible experiences to ensure that our fanbase feels immersed in every minute of the action – even when they are cheering on the team hundreds of miles away from Delta Center,” said Ryan Smith, chairman of Smith Entertainment Group and governor of the Utah Jazz. “Our broadcast strategy is an evolution.  We deliberately designed our new approach so we can be nimble and form deals like these most recent outer market agreements that allow us to reach a wider base of fans through every available platform. It’s a great time to be a Jazz fan, and we are excited to reach six million potential fans across six states heading into our 50th season.”

About the Utah Jazz
Founded as the 18th member of the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 1974, and located in Salt Lake City since 1979, the Utah Jazz are committed to excellence as a team and in the community. On the court, the Jazz are the second-winningest team in the NBA over the last 30 years, having won nine division titles and two Western Conference championships along with 17 seasons of 50-plus wins, and are supported by one of the most passionate fan bases in all of sports. The Utah Jazz also operate the Junior Jazz program, the largest and longest-running youth basketball league in the NBA, featuring more than 60,000 players and an additional 13,000 volunteers who take part annually across six states. For more information on the Utah Jazz, an entity of Smith Entertainment Group, visit


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