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Sportsnet is a Canadian English-language sports specialty channel owned by Rogers Sports & Media. It was established in 1998 as CTV Sportsnet, a joint venture between CTV, Liberty Media, and Rogers Media. CTV parent Bell Globemedia then was required to divest its stake in the network following its 2001 acquisition of competing network TSN. Rogers then became the sole owner of Sportsnet in 2004 after it bought the remaining minority stake that was held by Fox.

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  • Sportsnet ist ein kanadischer, englischsprachiger Fernsehsender mit Sitz in Toronto. Der Sender gehört zu Rogers Media, der rund um die Uhr ausschließlich Sportprogramme ausstrahlt. (de)
  • Sportsnet es un multimedio de deportes de Canadá que posee cadenas de televisión por suscripción para abonados, emisoras de radio y una revista en Canadá. Actualmente es propiedad del conglomerado . Sportsnet transmite eventos de National Hockey League, , Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, Major League Soccer, Premier League, los Juegos Olímpicos y los Juegos Panamericanos. Además posee los derechos exclusivos de la UEFA Champions League y el ATP World Tour Masters 1000. Buena parte de sus contenidos son compartidos con el canal francófono TVA para su emisión a través del mismo en francés. (es)
  • Sportsnet est une chaîne de télévision sportive canadienne lancée le 9 octobre 1998 et appartenant à Rogers Media. Elle est divisée en 4 canaux régionaux : l'est (Québec et les Maritimes), l'Ontario, l'Ouest (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta et Territoires du Nord-Ouest), et le Pacifique (Colombie-Britannique et Yukon). Depuis septembre 2014, Sportsnet est le diffuseur officiel anglophone de la ligue nationale de hockey au Canada. Sportsnet est le diffuseur exclusif anglophone du baseball des Blue Jays de Toronto. (fr)
  • Sportsnet is a Canadian English-language sports specialty channel owned by Rogers Sports & Media. It was established in 1998 as CTV Sportsnet, a joint venture between CTV, Liberty Media, and Rogers Media. CTV parent Bell Globemedia then was required to divest its stake in the network following its 2001 acquisition of competing network TSN. Rogers then became the sole owner of Sportsnet in 2004 after it bought the remaining minority stake that was held by Fox. The Sportsnet license comprises four 24-hour programming services; Sportsnet was originally licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) as a category A service, operating as a group of regional sports networks offering programming tailored to each feed's region (in contrast to TSN, which was licensed at the time to operate as a national sports service, and could only offer limited regional opt-outs). Since 2011, the service has operated under deregulated category C licensing, which allows Sportsnet to operate multiple feeds with no restrictions on alternate programming. In each region, only the local Sportsnet channel is available on analogue cable, but all four channels are available nationally via digital cable (subject to blackouts for some out-of-market teams). The four Sportsnet feeds air some common programming and simulcast major, national events, but are capable of airing programming autonomously—most prominently regional programming. Sportsnet is the national cable rightsholder of the National Hockey League, and also holds regional rights to five of the league's Canadian franchises. It is also the national rightsholder of Major League Baseball in Canada (although most of ESPN's MLB broadcasts are sub-licensed to rival network TSN), and the exclusive broadcaster of the co-owned Toronto Blue Jays. It also splits regional coverage of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs and national coverage of the NBA's Toronto Raptors with TSN; Rogers Communications and TSN's parent company Bell Canada own a joint majority stake in the teams' parent company. The Sportsnet brand has since been extended beyond the original regional channels, now encompassing the national channels Sportsnet 360, Sportsnet One (and its regional part-time companion channels), and Sportsnet World; Sportsnet Radio stations in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary; and Sportsnet Magazine. With these brand extensions, Rogers now generally uses "Sportsnet" (by itself) to denote its sports media properties as a whole, and on-air promotions for programs being carried nationally by these four regional feeds often list all four channels separately, or refer to the Sportsnet "regional" (or "main") channels, to avoid any ambiguity. However, standalone mentions of "Sportsnet" in reference to a specific channel can still generally be assumed to be referring to the four regional channels (or the specific regional channel available locally on analogue cable). (en)
  • Sportsnet é uma rede de televisão por assinatura do Canadá em língua inglesa dedicada à cobertura de esportes. (pt)
  • 羅渣士體育網(英語:Sportsnet)是加拿大一條主要播放體育節目的英語收費電視頻道,於國内設有四條地區訊號,為羅渣士傳媒集團成員。 (zh)
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  • Sportsnet's original "Player" logo maintained the same basic form until 2011. The logos are of pre-launch, 1998–2001, 2001–2010, and 2010–2011 (en)
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  • Rogers Sportsnet (en)
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  • Sportsnet ist ein kanadischer, englischsprachiger Fernsehsender mit Sitz in Toronto. Der Sender gehört zu Rogers Media, der rund um die Uhr ausschließlich Sportprogramme ausstrahlt. (de)
  • Sportsnet es un multimedio de deportes de Canadá que posee cadenas de televisión por suscripción para abonados, emisoras de radio y una revista en Canadá. Actualmente es propiedad del conglomerado . Sportsnet transmite eventos de National Hockey League, , Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, Major League Soccer, Premier League, los Juegos Olímpicos y los Juegos Panamericanos. Además posee los derechos exclusivos de la UEFA Champions League y el ATP World Tour Masters 1000. Buena parte de sus contenidos son compartidos con el canal francófono TVA para su emisión a través del mismo en francés. (es)
  • Sportsnet est une chaîne de télévision sportive canadienne lancée le 9 octobre 1998 et appartenant à Rogers Media. Elle est divisée en 4 canaux régionaux : l'est (Québec et les Maritimes), l'Ontario, l'Ouest (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta et Territoires du Nord-Ouest), et le Pacifique (Colombie-Britannique et Yukon). Depuis septembre 2014, Sportsnet est le diffuseur officiel anglophone de la ligue nationale de hockey au Canada. Sportsnet est le diffuseur exclusif anglophone du baseball des Blue Jays de Toronto. (fr)
  • Sportsnet é uma rede de televisão por assinatura do Canadá em língua inglesa dedicada à cobertura de esportes. (pt)
  • 羅渣士體育網(英語:Sportsnet)是加拿大一條主要播放體育節目的英語收費電視頻道,於國内設有四條地區訊號,為羅渣士傳媒集團成員。 (zh)
  • Sportsnet is a Canadian English-language sports specialty channel owned by Rogers Sports & Media. It was established in 1998 as CTV Sportsnet, a joint venture between CTV, Liberty Media, and Rogers Media. CTV parent Bell Globemedia then was required to divest its stake in the network following its 2001 acquisition of competing network TSN. Rogers then became the sole owner of Sportsnet in 2004 after it bought the remaining minority stake that was held by Fox. (en)
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  • Sportsnet (en)
  • Sportsnet (de)
  • Sportsnet (es)
  • Sportsnet (fr)
  • Sportsnet (pt)
  • 羅渣士體育網 (zh)
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