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CBS Sports Network
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CBS Sports NetworkLaunchedJune 2002; 17 years ago (June 2002)Owned byCBS CorporationPicture format1080i HDTV
(downgraded to letterboxed 480i for the SDTV feed)SloganThe 24-hour home of CBS SportsCountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglishBroadcast areaUnited States
CanadaHeadquartersNew York City, New YorkFormerly calledNational College Sports Network (2002–2003)
College Sports Television (2003–2008)
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CBS Sports Network is an American pay television network that is owned by the CBS Corporation. When it launched in 2002 as the National College Sports Network (later College Sports Television also known as CSTV), it operated as a multi-platform media brand which also included its primary website, collegesports.com, and a network of websites operated for the athletic departments of 215 colleges and universities.

After CSTV was acquired by CBS in 2008, the network was re-branded as the CBS College Sports Network. The network initially maintained its college sports focus, but in February 2011, the service was re-branded as CBS Sports Network to re-position it as a mainstream sports service. The network continues to have a particular focus on college sports, along with coverage of smaller leagues and events, simulcasts of sports radio shows both the CBS Sports Radio network and Entercom's WFAN (formerly owned outright by CBS), and studio and analysis programming.

As of May 2015, CBS Sports Network is available to approximately 61 million pay television households (66.1% of households with cable television) in the United States.[1][2]

Contents
  • 1 History
    • 1.1 CBS reorganization
  • 2 High definition
  • 3 Programming
  • 4 Sports broadcast rights
    • 4.1 College sports
    • 4.2 Professional sports
  • 5 Carriage
  • 6 On-air staff
    • 6.1 Announcers, reporters and hosts
    • 6.2 Football
    • 6.3 Basketball
  • 7 Official athletic partnerships
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links
History Logo used from 2011 to 2016

The network's roots began in 1999 when Chris Bevilacqua approached the co-founders of the Classic Sports Network, Brian Bedol and Stephen D. Greenberg (son of Hank Greenberg) – at that time, running Fusient Media Ventures, a New York-based sports and media company – with the idea for a subscription network featuring college sports 24 hours a day. Under the leadership of Bedol as CEO, the network was originally named the National College Sports Network in June 2002, was subsequently renamed College Sports Television (CSTV) and launched on February 23, 2003. From their headquarters and studio operations at Chelsea Piers in New York City, CSTV was the first independent pay-television channel to be distributed nationwide, having been carried on satellite provider DirecTV at launch.

In November 2005, College Sports Television was purchased by CBS Corporation (which had just recently split from Viacom at the time) for $325 million.[3] On January 3, 2008, it was announced that CSTV would be integrated into CBS Sports, with the sports division's executive vice president and executive producer, Tony Petitti, taking over day-to-day operational management of CSTV, which would be overseen by CBS News and Sports president Sean McManus. CSTV co-founder Brian Bedol would become a senior advisor to CBS Corporation president and CEO Leslie Moonves (Petitti has since left CBS to take on the same role for the MLB Network).

In the fall of 2006, CSTV launched more than 100 broadband channels dedicated to college sports, which feature more than 10,000 live events. The subscription/pay-per-view service, called CBS College Sports XXL, and its portfolio of broadband channels in its All-Access suite, include coverage of Notre Dame, Southern California, Kansas, Ohio State and North Carolina.

CBS reorganization

On February 12, 2008, CBS Corporation announced that, as part of the ongoing integration of CSTV into CBS Sports, that the network would be renamed the CBS College Sports Network on March 16, coinciding with the start of CBS's coverage of the NCAA's basketball tournament. Studio shows moved from the original Chelsea Piers headquarters to the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street in 2012. As part of the relaunch, the network added a new news program, College Sports Tonight.[4] That program was canceled in 2010, however other studio shows (including Inside College Football and Inside College Basketball) still originate from the Chelsea Piers location.

On February 15, 2011, CBS announced that the network would be relaunched as CBS Sports Network on April 4 (coinciding with the end of the 2011 NCAA basketball tournament), repositioning it as a mainstream sports network in the same vein as ESPN.[5][6]

High definition

A high definition simulcast feed of the channel, broadcasting at 1080i, was launched in August 2008. Prior to the launch of the feed, the two NCAA basketball tournament games that aired in March 2008, which were presented in HD on CBS, were converted to a standard definition feed. CBS Sports Network uses the AFD #10 broadcast flag to present programming on its standard definition feed in letterboxed widescreen for viewers watching through 4:3 television sets.

Programming

CBS Sports Network televises original programming, features, talk shows and documentaries as well as extensive women's sports coverage. Its regular season and championship event coverage draws from every major collegiate athletic conference and division, in addition to nine NCAA championships. CBS Sports Network televises 35 men's and women's college sports including football, basketball, baseball, ultimate, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, wrestling and volleyball from every major conference. The network holds multi-media and marketing rights for the Mountain West Conference, the Atlantic 10 Conference, Conference USA, the Patriot League, Army football and Navy football.

In April 2006, the network organized the first Collegiate Nationals, a festival of championships dedicated to crowning champions in a wide variety of collegiate action sports such as snowboarding, wakeboarding and beach volleyball. More than 1,000 competitors converged on Reno-Tahoe to compete, the largest number ever for an event of its kind. For its second installment in 2007, the Collegiate Nationals added sports and other events such as national film and music competitions, as well as a second venue – San Diego. The third year, 2008, brought further changes, as the winter sports events were moved to the Keystone Resort near Boulder, Colorado and competitive eating was added.

In the fall of 2006, CSTV and Comcast launched the MountainWest Sports Network (colloquially known as The Mtn.), a network focusing exclusively on the Mountain West Conference. The relation with the network also gave CSTV exclusive online and broadcasting rights to Notre Dame's game at Air Force on November 11, 2006 – which caused controversy since CSTV did not have carriage as widely distributed as other networks that have aired Notre Dame games. The Irish did not revisit a Mountain West team until a 2013 game at Air Force, which once again aired on CBSSN.

On April 3, 2012, CBS Sports Network premiered Rome, a sports news and talk program hosted by nationally syndicated radio host Jim Rome; Rome had recently left ESPN and his previous show, Jim Rome Is Burning, after signing a new contract with CBS Sports.[7] Rome ended in March 2015,[8] but the channel subsequently announced in October 2017 that it will add a television simulcast of his radio program, The Jim Rome Show, beginning January 2, 2018.[9]

On June 7, 2012, CBS Sports Network began to air the remaining games of the American Hockey League's 2012 Calder Cup Final between the Norfolk Admirals and the Toronto Marlies, starting with Game 3.[10] On July 26, 2012, the network signed a deal with the United Football League – a second-tier professional football league that began play in October 2009 – to televise its games for the 2012 season.[11] The UFL paid for all production expenses and received no rights fee from CBS Sports Network for the broadcasts.[12] The league lasted approximately four weeks on CBS Sports Network before suspending operations halfway through the season.

In September 2012, CBS Sports Network introduced NFL Monday QB, a weekly NFL recap show. In September 2013, the network expanded its supplemental NFL coverage with That Other Pre-Game Show, a four-hour "fan-focused" program positioned as an interactive, "casual" counterpart to other pre-game shows, hosted by Adam Schein, Bart Scott, Amy Trask, and Brandon Tierney.[13] On April 26, 2013, the network announced that it had signed a deal with the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing Series for the remainder of the 2013 and the 2014 seasons. The network aired flag to flag coverage for the races as well as live coverage for several of the races. The network broadcast the FIA WTCC Race of the United States from Sonoma Raceway on September 8, 2013.[14]

On December 2, 2013, CBS Sports Network announced that it was to begin simulcasting the Boomer and Carton (now Boomer and Gio) morning show from then co-owned sports talk radio station WFAN in New York City in January 2014.[15]

In October 2014, CBS Sports Network launched a new talk show, We Need To Talk, which became the first, and only, nationally televised all-female sports panel show. Regular panellists include former professional boxer Laila Ali, former professional basketball player Lisa Leslie and USTA President Katrina Adams.[16]

In August 2015, the network premiered Time to Schein, a new program hosted by Adam Schein.[17]

In July 2017, the network announced a new documentary series, Four Sides of the Story, to examine notable moments in sports from four perspectives each; the series premiere focused on the Villanova Wildcats' buzzer beater at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Game.[18]

CBS Sports Network was one of three cable broadcasters of the Alliance of American Football—a second-tier developmental football league, alongside NFL Network and TNT. A weekly game and one playoff game were assigned to CBSSN.[19][20] As was the case with the UFL, the AAF paid CBS Sports Network for the airtime;[21] the AAF abruptly ceased operations before the season ended.[22]

On April 4, 2019, the 3-on-3 basketball league Big3 announced that it would move to CBS and CBS Sports Network for its 2019 season. CBSSN will air at least 25 hours of coverage, including coverage of the league's draft.[23]

Sports broadcast rights College sports
  • College Football on CBS Sports Network (2005–present)[24]
    • Conference USA
    • Mountain West Conference
    • American Athletic Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Mid-American Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Army and Navy home games
    • Cure Bowl (2015–present)[25]
    • Arizona Bowl (2017–present)[26]
  • College Basketball on CBS Sports Network (2006–present)
    • American Athletic Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Atlantic 10 Conference
    • Big East Conference (sublicensed from Fox Sports)
    • Cancún Challenge
    • CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament
    • Colonial Athletic Association
    • Conference USA
    • Emerald Coast Classic
    • Jamaica Classic
    • Mid-American Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Missouri Valley Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Mountain West Conference (sublicensed from ESPN)
    • Ohio Valley Conference
    • Patriot League
    • Southland Conference women's basketball championship
    • Veterans Classic
    • West Coast Conference
    • Women's National Invitation Tournament
    • NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament semi-final[27]
    • NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Tournament semi-final and final[27]
  • College hockey (2002–present)[28]
    • Weekly games
    • NCHC Championship[29]
  • College Baseball
  • College Lacrosse
Professional sports
  • Big3 basketball (2019-present)
  • WNBA (2019-present)[30]
  • Professional Bull Riders (2012–present)[31]
    • Weekly coverage
  • National Finals Rodeo (2014–present)[32]
  • Major League Lacrosse[33] (2012–present)
  • Major League Rugby (2017–present)
  • PGA Tour (2012–present)
    • Masters on the Range (2013–present)[34]
    • PGA Championship on the Range (2012–present)[35]
  • World's Strongest Man (2013–present)
    • Full coverage of competitions, beginning in 2013.
    • Reruns of past World's Strongest Man competitions
  • World TeamTennis (2019-present)
  • Trans-Am Series (2015–present)
  • AMSOIL Championship Snowcross (2013–present) [36]
Carriage

CBS Sports Network is available nationally on most subscription television providers in the United States.

In Canada, Rogers Cable began carrying CBS Sports Network on October 9, 2008. Satellite provider Bell TV started carrying the channel on September 3, 2009 and stopped on August 21, 2014 (they subsequently brought the channel back August 2015). Certain programs aired by the network (particularly NFL and NCAA basketball tournament related programs and other programs whose rights are owned by other broadcasters) are blacked out in Canada, and replaced with reruns of other events or studio programs. CBS Sports Network is the only U.S.-based mainstream sports service that is carried on pay television in Canada.

In late February 2009, CBS Sports Network reached a new carriage agreement with DirecTV, which allowed the satellite provider to move the channel from its add on "Sports Pack" to its "Choice Xtra" base package; the move became effective on February 25, 2009, expanding the channel's distribution to 30 million subscribers.[37]

On July 7, 2009, Cox Communications announced that it would add the channel to its systems in Orange County, California and Arizona on August 1, 2009.[38] AT&T U-verse added the network on February 17, 2010.[39] On August 1, 2011, Cable One added the network in select markets.[40]

On July 20, 2019, DirecTV and AT&T U-verse removed it from their lineup due to a carriage dispute. [41] The channel was re-added on August 8, 2019 to both platforms as they reached a multi-year content carriage agreement. [42]

On-air staff

Source:[43]

Announcers, reporters and hosts
  • Adam Zucker - host and play-by-play (2003–present)
  • Brent Stover - host and play-by-play (2003–present)
  • Grant Boone - reporter (2011–present)
  • Dave Ryan - play-by-play (2006–present)
  • Jason Knapp - play-by-play (2008–present)
  • Tom McCarthy - host and play-by-play (2012–present)
  • Matt Shepard - play-by-play (2008–present)
  • Krista Blunk - reporter (2008–present)
  • Ben Holden - play-by-play (2008–present)
  • Jim Rome - host and play-by-play (2012–present)
  • John Sadak - play-by-play (2012–present)
  • Carter Blackburn - play-by-play (2014–present)
  • Andrew Catalon - play-by-play (2009–present)
  • Brad Johansen - play-by-play (2012–present)
  • Adam Schein - host and play-by-play (2012–present)
  • Dave Popkin - play-by-play (2016–present)
  • Dave Armstrong - play-by-play (2016–present)
  • Mike Crispino - play-by-play (2017–present)
  • Rich Waltz - play-by-play (2010–present)
  • Dylan Jacobs - play-by-play (2018–present)
  • Tina Cervasio - reporter (2018–present)
  • Ed Cohen - play-by-play (2017–present)
  • Jason Horowitz - play-by-play (2018–present)
  • Andy Greathouse - director (2003–present)
Football
  • Corey Chavous - analyst (2012–present)
  • Randy Cross - analyst (2008–present)
  • Brian Jones - analyst (2003–present)
  • Aaron Murray - analyst (2018–present)
  • Houston Nutt - analyst (2011–present)
  • Brian Jones - analyst (2003–present)
  • Aaron Taylor - analyst (2009–present)
Basketball
  • Alaa Abdelnaby - analyst (2012–present)
  • Mo Cassara - analyst (2018–present)
  • Jordan Cornette - analyst (2016–present)
  • Seth Davis - analyst (2003–present)
  • Dan Dickau - analyst (2018–present)
  • Pete Gillen - analyst (2008–present)
  • Danny Granger - analyst (2017–present)
  • Steve Lappas - analyst (2008–present)
  • Kyle Macy - analyst (2016–present)
  • Gary Parrish - analyst (2018–present)
  • Chris Piper - analyst (2015–present)
  • Jon Rothstein - analyst (2003–present)
  • Chris Spatola - analyst (2012–present)
  • Wally Szczerbiak - analyst (2003–present)
  • Julianne Viani - analyst (2017–present)
  • Bob Wenzel - analyst (2017–present)
  • Steve Wolf - analyst (2018–present)
  • Khalid El-Amin - analyst (2018–present)
Official athletic partnerships

In addition to its own website, CBS Sports Network also operates athletics websites for many college athletics organizations under its CBSSports.com College Network service.

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External links
  • CBSSportsNetwork.com – CBS Sports Network official website
  • CBSSports.com – CBS Sports official website
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See also
  • Viacom (1952-2005)
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  • Proposed 2019 merger of CBS and Viacom
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  • beIN Sports en Español
  • ESPN Deportes
  • Fox Deportes
  • TUDN
  • TyC Sports
Specialty
channelsCollege
  • ACC Network
  • Big Ten Network
  • ESPNU
  • Fox College Sports
  • Pac-12 Network
  • SEC Network
Single sport
  • ESPN
    • College Extra
    • Goal Line & Bases LoadedP
  • Fox Soccer PlusP
  • Fubo Cycling
  • GOL TV
  • Golf Channel
  • In DemandP
  • MAVTV
  • Motor Trend
  • MLB Network
    • Extra InningsO
    • Strike ZoneP
  • MLS Direct KickO
  • NBA League PassO
  • NBA TV
  • NFL Network
  • NFL RedZoneP
  • NFL Sunday TicketO
  • NHL Network
  • NHL Center IceO
  • Ride TV
  • Tennis Channel
  • TVG
    • TVG2
  • Willow
Outdoors
  • The Cowboy Channel
  • Frost Great Outdoors
  • Outdoor Channel
    • Sportsman Channel
    • World Fishing Network
  • Pursuit Channel
Other
  • ESPN Classic
  • ESPNews
  • ESPN PPVP
BroadbandGeneral sports
  • CBS Sports HQ
  • ESPN+
    • ESPN3
  • Fox Sports Go
  • MLB.tv
  • NBA League Pass Broadband
  • NBC Sports Gold
  • NFL Game Pass
  • NHL.TV
Ring sports
  • FITE TV
  • Honor Club
  • Impact Plus
  • UFC Fight Pass
  • WWE Network
Video on demand
  • Action Sport Networks
    • The Ski Channel
    • The Surf Channel
Occasional coverage
  • AXS TV
  • Epix
  • El Rey Network
  • Fox
  • Paramount Network
  • Red Bull TV
  • Showtime
  • Turner Sports (HBO, TBS, TNT, TruTV)
  • USA Network
  • v
  • t
  • e
Regional sports television networks in the United StatesAT&T SportsNet
  • Pittsburgh
  • Rocky Mountain
  • Southwest
  • Root Sports Northwest (part-ownership)
Fox Sports Networks
  • Arizona
  • Detroit
  • Florida / Sun
  • Midwest
    • Indiana
    • Kansas City
  • North
  • Ohio / SportsTime Ohio
  • Southeast / South
    • Carolinas
    • Tennessee
  • Southwest
    • Oklahoma
    • New Orleans
  • San Diego
  • West / Prime Ticket
  • Wisconsin
NBC Sports Regional Networks
  • Bay Area
  • Boston
  • California
  • Chicago
  • Northwest
    • Oregon Sports Network
  • Philadelphia
  • SportsNet New York (part ownership)
  • Washington
Spectrum Sports
  • Hawaii
  • Kansas City
  • Los Angeles
    • Spectrum SportsNet
    • SportsNet LA
  • SportsNet New York (part ownership)
Independent Cable and Satellite
  • Altitude Sports
  • BYU TV Sports
  • Longhorn Network
  • Mid-Atlantic Sports
  • MSG Network
    • Plus
    • Western NY
  • NESN
  • SportsNet NY
  • YES Network
Independent Cable and Broadcast
  • Buckeye Cable Sports
  • Cox Sports TV
  • Midco Sports
  • SWX Right Now
  • WGN Sports (local broadcast)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Defunct television sports networks in the United StatesNational
  • America One
  • American Sports Classics
  • American Sports Network
  • Back9Network
  • Baseball Network
  • CNN/SI
  • ESPN 3D
  • ESPN Events
  • Football Network
  • Fox Soccer
  • Lorimar Sports Network
  • Mizlou
  • NASCAR Hot Pass
  • NewSport
  • One World Sports
  • ONTV
  • Speed
  • SportsChannel America
  • Sports Network
  • Universal Sports Network
Regional
  • 4SD
  • Carolinas SE
  • Cox Sports
  • Empire
  • Hawkvision
  • MountainWest
  • PASS Sports
  • Prime
  • PRISM
  • Royals Sports
  • Spectrum Sports
    • Carolinas
    • Florida
    • New York
    • Ohio
    • Texas
    • Wisconsin
  • SportsChannel Cincinnati
  • SportsChannel LA
  • SportsChannel Philadelphia
  • Sportsvision
  • Sports Time
  • Victory
Syndication
  • Raycom Sports (ACC Network)
  • Big 12 Network
  • SEC TV
Out-of-market
  • ESPN Full Court
  • ESPN GamePlan
  • Mega March Madness
  • O. Out-of-market sports packages
  • P. Premium channel
  • v
  • t
  • e
CBS SportsNational sports networks
  • CBS Sports Network
  • CBS Sports Radio
  • CBS Sports HQ
Current programs
  • Bowling
  • CBS Sports Spectacular
  • NFL on CBS
  • The NFL Today
  • SEC on CBS
  • Road to the Final Four
  • March Madness
  • PGA Tour on CBS
Former programs
  • Alliance of American Football
  • Arena Football on CBS
  • Boxing
  • College World Series
  • Major League Baseball on CBS
  • NASCAR on CBS
  • NHL on CBS
  • North American Soccer League
  • NBA on CBS
  • U.S. Open Tennis
  • Triple Crown
Event coverage
  • Olympics
  • 1960 Winter Olympics
  • 1960 Summer Olympics
  • 1992 Winter Olympics
  • 1994 Winter Olympics
  • 1998 Winter Olympics
Website: CBSSports.com
  • v
  • t
  • e
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  • CBC Sports
  • Radio-Canada Sports
Occasional or U.S. simulcasts only
  • Citytv
  • CTV
  • Global
  • TVA
  • V
  • CHCH
Mainstream specialtyEnglish
  • Sportsnet
    • One
    • East
    • Ontario
    • West
    • Pacific
    • 360
  • TSN
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
French
  • Réseau des sports
  • RDS2
  • TVA Sports
    • 2
    • 3
Sports news / informationFrench
  • RDS Info
Niche specialty
(English)Archival
  • ESPN Classic
Sport-specific
  • ATN Cricket Plus
  • ATN DD Sports
  • beIN Sports
  • EuroWorld Sport
  • Fight Network
  • HPItv
  • Leafs Nation Network
  • MAVTV Canada
  • NBA TV Canada
  • Sportsnet World
  • Ten Cricket
  • WWE Network
Lifestyle and recreation
  • Sportsman Channel
  • Wild Pursuit Network
Occasional broadcasts
  • Commonwealth Broadcasting Network
  • EastLink TV
  • Rogers TV
  • Shaw TV
  • YourTV
Defunct
  • Breakaway PPV
  • Canadian Football Network
  • Fox Sports World Canada
  • GolTV
  • NHL Network
  • Sens TV
  • WTSN
  • X-Treme Sports
Foreign
  • Afro Sports (USA)
  • Big Ten Network (USA)
  • CBS Sports Network (USA)
  • Fox Sports Racing (USA)
  • Golf Channel (USA)
  • KHL-TV (Russia)
  • MLB Network (USA)
  • NFL Network (USA)
  • Sport Plus (Greece)


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