Watch Storm TV

15 Storm home games will be broadcast live on JOEtv (ch. 22, cable 110). June 28 vs. Atlanta will be streamed live on ESPN3. June 30 vs. Dallas will be aired locally on ThisTV (see channels below). Seattle’s August 28 road game in Minnesota will be aired nationally on ESPN2. All remaining games can be seen on the WNBA LiveAccess stream.

2016 Seattle Storm Home Broadcast Schedule

Storm TV Broadcast Team

Dick Fain, Play-by-Play Announcer

Dick Fain Dick Fain is entering his 10th year as the “Voice of the Storm.” Previously, Fain was the sideline reporter as well as fill-in play-by-play and color analyst from 2002-06 and was part of the broadcast team for both title runs in 2004 and 2010. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1996 with a degree in broadcast journalism after attending Mount Rainier High School in Des Moines, Wash. Fain received a Masters in Sports Leadership in 2011 from Seattle University, which included an internship in the Storm front office. Fain is a lifelong resident of the Seattle area.

Elise Woodward, Color Analyst

Elise Woodward Elise Woodward is entering her ninth year as a color analyst for the Storm. She is also a Pac-12 Network analyst and an on-air talent for University of Washington football and basketball. Woodward originally began her career at FOX Sports as a reporter for the Seahawks, Mariners, and Huskies. She played basketball at Washington from 1994 to 1997. A native of Eugene, Ore., Woodward currently lives in nearby Redmond, Wash.

David Albright, Video Producer

David Albright David Albright is a Seattle-based freelance video producer. Since 2009 he has produced most of the Storm’s video content, including in-game entertainment, broadcast features and in-arena intro videos. David specializes in documentary and web-video production, and he produces a number of web-series for, and others.

Storm TV Production Team

Carl CathcartProducer
Eric Vaughn – Director/Technical Director
Garry GrethAudio Engineer
Bart StrayerReplay
Jared ShurtiffGraphics