NBA Jam (TV series)

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NBA Jam
Presented bySee Jammers
Country of originPhilippines
United States
No. of episodes36 episodes each season
Production
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)NBA Entertainment
Release
Original networkSyndication (1995-2002)
Solar Sports[1] (2003-2006)
Radio Philippines Network (now CNN Philippines) (2003-2007)
Basketball TV[2] (2006-2007)
Picture format480i
Original releaseOctober 1995 (1995-10) –
June 2007 (2007-06)
Chronology
Followed byHouse of Hoops
External links
[{{#property:P856}} Website]

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NBA Jam is an American-Philippine television series that ran from 1995 to 2007.

Synopsis[edit]

Hosted by Vito Lazatin[3] and Reema Chanco,[4] NBA Jam contained segments produced by the NBA and locally by Basketball TV.

Segments[edit]

  • NBA SpotLight
  • Total NBA
  • Retro NBA
  • Jam of the Week
  • NBA All-Access
  • NBA Shorts
  • NBA School (2005–2006, for the Philippine edition)
  • NBA Trivia Question (for the Philippine edition)
  • On the Scene (for the US Edition)
  • NBA Tour (for the US Edition)
  • Young Stars (for the US Edition)

Jammers[edit]

USA Edition[edit]

  • Jam(character)(1996-1997)
  • Ian Eagle announcer (1996–2002)

Philippine Edition[edit]

  • George Rocha(2003–2005)
  • Vitto Lazatin(2003–2007)
  • Reema Chanco(2005–2007)

References[edit]

  1. Henson, Joaquin M. "It's a mad, mad NBA". Philstar.com.
  2. Henson, Joaquin M. "New dawn for Solar Sports". Philstar.com.
  3. Henson, Joaquin M. "Last call from MGs". Philstar.com.
  4. Henson, Joaquin M. "Last chance for NBA prizes". Philstar.com.



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