TV timeouts occurs after the first deadball situation after 16 minutes left in the period, 12 minutes left in the period, 8 minutes left in the period, and 4 minutes left in the period. Should a team call a time out during a period and the broadcaster go to commercial, one of the TV timeouts is deleted from the schedule.
During college football games, media timeouts occur mostly on scoring plays. However media timeouts can also occur after punts or kickoffs. They can occur on long injury timeouts as well.
there are two systems of timeouts used. In games that are not broadcast, each team is allowed four 75-second and two 30-second timeouts per regulation game. In games which are broadcast on television, radio, or over the Internet, each team is granted one 60-second timeout and four 30-second timeouts per game in addition to the media timeouts each half
They are ranked, By media, AP, and Coaches.
Media timeout is another name for TV timeout. The purpose is for the network to show commercials to help to make a profit for televising the event.
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