The Sports Network -TSN

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TSN, or The Sports Network, is a Canadian English language discretionary sports specialty channel owned by CTV Specialty Television, owned jointly by Bell Media (70%) and ESPN Inc. (30%). TSN is the largest specialty channel in Canada in terms of gross revenue, with a total of CA$400.4 million in revenue in 2013.

The Sports Network

TSN is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and was founded in 1984. The channel broadcasts a wide variety of sports programming, including live games, sports news, and analysis. TSN also produces original programming, such as the hockey talk show SportsCentre and the baseball talk show Baseball Tonight.

TSN is available to subscribers of most cable and satellite providers in Canada. The channel also has a website and mobile app where viewers can watch live sports and stream on-demand content.

TSN is a major broadcaster of ice hockey in Canada; it holds rights to Hockey Canada tournaments, which includes the Allan Cup, Centennial Cup, Telus Cup and Esso Cup, as well as IIHF tournaments such as the Men’s and Women’s World Championships, the IIHF World Junior Championships (a tournament whose profile was notably raised by TSN), and the IIHF World U18 Championship. In 2020, TSN renewed its contract with Hockey Canada through the 2033–34 season.

TSN also broadcasts a variety of other sports, including baseball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, golf, and boxing. The channel is also a major broadcaster of the Olympic Games.

TSN is a popular sports channel in Canada and is known for its high-quality coverage of a wide variety of sports. The channel has a team of experienced and knowledgeable sportscasters and analysts, and it provides comprehensive coverage of all the major sports events.