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In 1985, NESN dropped Pierson as analyst and replaced him with Dave Shea.
Terry O'Reilly joined the telecasts the following season.
As of 2014, Jack Edwards handles the play-by-play duties during games while Andy Brickley serves as the color analyst. Since the 2006–07 season, NESN has broadcast all Bruins games in high definition.
Bruins coverage has expanded since NESN took over exclusive rights to the team's games in the 2002-03 season (which it previously shared with WSBK-TV).
NESN is the primary broadcaster of the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Bruins – serving as the exclusive home for all games that are not televised by a national network.
NESN also carries minor league baseball games, regional college sports events, various outdoor and sports talk shows, and tape delayed broadcasts of Premier League soccer games.
Headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts, the network is primarily carried on cable providers throughout New England (except in Fairfield County, Connecticut, which is part of the greater New York City media market).In 2009, Remy took an indefinite leave of absence for most of the season due to health complications stemming from his November 2008 lung cancer surgery.During that season, several people filled in including Dennis Eckersley and Dave Roberts. One hour before each Red Sox game, the network broadcasts the pre-game shows Red Sox First Pitch and Red Sox Game Day Live, in which host Tom Caron and other contributors (including Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley and Jim Rice, along with former Major Leaguers Tim Wakefield and Steve Lyons) provide highlights from the previous game, analysis on the Sox's upcoming opponent, player profiles, news from around the league and their "keys to the game." Nick Cafardo and Peter Abraham make regular appearances on Game Day Live.NESN periodically sent guest color commentators to the booth, among which included Rico Petrocelli, Bill Monbouquette and Dick Radatz; the in-studio host was Sean Mc Donough.In 1996, NESN became the New England affiliate of Fox Sports Net, carrying the network's national sports and magazine programs; this lasted until 1998, when then-FSN parent News Corporation acquired partial ownership of Cablevision-owned Sports Channel New England (and its sister networks), turning it into an Fox Sports regional network as Fox Sports Net New England (now CSN New England).
NESN launched on March 21, 1984, originally operating as a premium channel.