The following is a list of the television networks and announcers that have broadcast the WNBA All-Star Game.

2020s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst(s)
2022 ABC[1] Ryan Ruocco Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe LaChina Robinson Carolyn Peck
2021 ESPN[2] Ryan Ruocco Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe

2010s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst(s)
2019 ABC[3] Ryan Ruocco[4][5] Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe and LaChina Robinson
2018 ABC[6][7][8] Ryan Ruocco[9] Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe and LaChina Robinson
2017 ABC[10] Ryan Ruocco[11] Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe[12] and LaChina Robinson
2015 ABC[13] Ryan Ruocco[14] Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe Matt Barrie[15] Chiney Ogwumike
2014 ESPN[16][17] Ryan Ruocco[18] Rebecca Lobo Holly Rowe[19] Doug Kezerian
2013 ABC[20] Ryan Ruocco[21][22] Rebecca Lobo[23] Holly Rowe
2011 ABC[24] Dave Pasch[25][26] Carolyn Peck Heather Cox
2010 ESPN[27] Terry Gannon[28] Carolyn Peck Heather Cox and Rebecca Lobo

Notes

2000s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst
2009 ABC[29][30][31] Dave Pasch Nancy Lieberman and Carolyn Peck Heather Cox and Rebecca Lobo
2007 ABC[32][33] Dave Pasch Doris Burke Heather Cox and Rebecca Lobo Linda Cohn Nancy Lieberman
2006 ESPN[34][35][36] Dave Pasch Doris Burke Heather Cox Linda Cohn[37]
2005 ABC[38][39][40][41] Terry Gannon Doris Burke Rebecca Lobo[42][43][44] Pam Ward
2004 ESPN[45][46][47] Terry Gannon Ann Meyers and Greg Anthony Doris Burke Pam Ward
2003 ABC[48][49] Mark Jones Ann Meyers Doris Burke[50] and Lea B. Olsen Pam Ward Nancy Lieberman and Bill Laimbeer
2002 ESPN[51][52] Doris Burke[53]
2001 ESPN[54][55] John Saunders Nancy Lieberman Fran Harris and Lea B. Olsen Robin Roberts Sheryl Swoopes and Vera Jones
2000 ESPN[56][57][58] Robin Roberts[59] Jay Bilas

Notes

1999

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst
1999 ESPN[61] Robin Roberts Pat Summitt Jay Bilas and Tiffany Wright John Saunders Nancy Lieberman

See also

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