NCN to Provide Statewide Coverage of Supernovas Matches Versus San Diego Mojo and Vegas Thrill
OMAHA, Neb. – The Omaha Supernovas, Nebraska’s first major league professional volleyball team in the Pro Volleyball Federation, are thrilled to partner with News Channel Nebraska (NCN) for the next two Supernovas matches, broadcasting live from the CHI Health Center in Omaha. This exciting collaboration will bring world-class volleyball action to fans throughout our volleyball-crazed state.
Under this partnership, News Channel Nebraska will carry the next two Supernovas matches, including Saturday’s prime-time battle between Omaha and the San Diego Mojo at 6 p.m. CST on Saturday, February 3. NCN will also be the lead local broadcast when the Supernovas return to the CHI Health Center on Wednesday, February 7 to take on the visiting Vegas Thrill with first serve set for 7 p.m. CST.
“Our entire state loves volleyball, and News Channel Nebraska is proud to partner with the Supernovas to continue statewide television coverage of these amazing athletes as they take on the San Diego Mojo and Vegas Thrill over the next two weeks,” said Flood Communications CEO Andy Ruback. “It was an honor to carry the very first inaugural match last week and see the tremendous response from fans throughout Nebraska.”
News Channel Nebraska (NCN) reaches more than 500,000 homes across the state. The match will be televised on NCN and can be watched on statewide providers like Dish (30 or 35), Allo (181), Spectrum (98, 99, 715 or 1233) and Cox (116). The match will also be viewable on other local cable providers that carry NCN throughout the state.
Additionally, the match will be streamed online for free on NewsChannelNebraska.com as well as the free News Channel Nebraska app on Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV.
Acclaimed play-by-play announcer John Baylor will once again be on the call for both matches after announcing the first Pro Volleyball Federation match between Omaha and Atlanta on January 24.
The Supernovas are one of seven U.S. teams for the 2024 Pro Volleyball Federation inaugural season: Omaha Supernovas, Atlanta Vibe, Columbus Fury, Grand Rapids Rise, Orlando Valkyries, San Diego Mojo and Vegas Thrill. Three expansion teams, Dallas Pro Volleyball, Indianapolis Pro Volleyball Kansas City Pro Volleyball, have been announced for 2025. The Supernovas will have 12 home and 12 away matches as part of a 24-match schedule across a 16-week regular season.
When the regular season concludes, the Supernovas are aiming to be one of the top four teams in the standings that will compete for the Pro Volleyball Federation National Championship in May. The location of the championship will be determined and announced later this season.
ABOUT OMAHA SUPERNOVAS
The Omaha Supernovas aims to be the premier home of professional volleyball throughout the world. The team is owned by global music sensation Jason Derulo, as well as business leaders and entrepreneurs Danny White and Chris Erickson, co-founders of City+Ventures, an investment and business acceleration organization headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. More team information is available at Supernovas.com.
ABOUT PRO VOLLEYBALL FEDERATION
Pro Volleyball Federation is REAL PRO VOLLEYBALL and the premier women’s professional volleyball league in North America. Pro Volleyball Federation began play in January 2024 with world class players and coaches, including some of America’s greatest volleyball players and elite players from around the world. Our entire focus is on ensuring that the level and quality of play, treatment of players, quality of event presentations, and the day-to-day fan experience is world class and the very best offered in North America. For more information, visit ProVolleyball.com.