10 Years of YES: By the numbers

02/23/2012 2:00 PM ET
By staff

LeBron James, 2003 (AP)
9: Straight years YES has been most-watched regional sports network in the country

14 million subscribers nationwide, making YES the biggest regional sports network in the nation

14: YES National affiliates, including DirecTV, Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-Verse, Time Warner Cable, Bright House Communications, Cox, Mediacom, Metrocast

2,000: Hours of live programming in 2011

515: Nets games called by Ian Eagle (prospective - as of the end of this regular season)

50: Yankeeography episodes

750: Yankees games worked by most senior cameraman, Frank Lombardo

160: CenterStage guests since launch

6: YES trips beyond North America (Japan, Taiwan, Iraq, London, Indonesia, Dominican Republic)

34: Games out of the final 38 primetime Yankees games of the 2011 season that YES was number one in the New York DMA in key demos

250: Advertisers on YES' air during 2011

2011: Best Yankees season ever in terms of YES ad sales

22: Cameras used in Subway Series and Red Sox telecasts, on par with an LCS telecast

52: Percentage by which's unique users increased year-over-year in 2011

~50: Percentage of current YES employees who have been here since the first year

55: New York Emmy Awards won by YES

266: New York Emmy Award nominations

90,000: Followers of the YES Network's various Twitter feeds

52: Points LeBron James scored on the YES Network while playing for St. Mary-St. Vincent's High School (Akron, Ohio) on February 8, 2003 vs. Westchester (Cal.) High School comments