Broadcasting networks similar to or like American Sports Network

Sports brand owned by the U.S. television station owner Sinclair Broadcast Group through its Sinclair Networks subsidiary. Wikipedia

  • Cable television channel (many of which are also distributed on direct broadcast satellite services) that presents sports programming to a local market or geographical region. Historically, some RSNs originated as premium channels; since the 1990s, however, they have commonly been distributed through the expanded basic-programming tiers of cable and IPTV services, packaged alongside other national basic cable networks, and local broadcast stations and public, educational, and government access channels. Wikipedia

  • Fox Sports Networks

    Collective name for a group of regional sports channels in the United States owned by Diamond Sports Group, a joint-venture company of the Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios. Formed in 1996 by News Corporation, the networks were acquired by The Walt Disney Company in March 20, 2019 following its acquisition of 21st Century Fox. Wikipedia

  • MASN

    American regional sports network owned as a joint venture between two Major League Baseball franchises, the Baltimore Orioles (which owns a controlling 77% interest) and the Washington Nationals (which owns the remaining 23%). Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, the channel broadcasts regional coverage of sports events in the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. Wikipedia

  • Stadium (sports network)

    Digital television and internet sports network operated as a multi-platform sports network. Stadium includes a 24/7 linear feed distributed across both digital and broadcast platforms, as well as on-demand (VOD) digital content including additional live games and events including AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Wikipedia

  • List of affiliates of Charge!, an American digital broadcast television network that is owned by the Sinclair Television Group, a subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcast Group, with operational partner MGM Television, a division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The network launched on February 28, 2017, and features action- and adventure-based programming. Wikipedia

  • TBD (TV network)

    American digital broadcast television network owned by the Sinclair Television Group subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcast Group and operated by Jukin Media. Targeting millennial audiences, the network focuses on internet-based series and other digital content (including showcases of user-generated music, animation and comedy videos, eSports, and compiled half-hour and hour-long episodes of short-form web series), along with some feature films. Wikipedia


    Sentences forAmerican Sports Network

    • In July of that year, Sinclair announced the launch of the American Sports Network (ASN) service, operating within its Sinclair Networks company.Sinclair Broadcast Group-Wikipedia
    • These efforts have since been merged with Sinclair Broadcasting Group's American Sports Network into the new multi-platform network Stadium as of September 2017.Chicago White Sox-Wikipedia
    • Along with Spectrum Sports, ESPN, as well as the American Sports Network, retain the "local and regional" syndication telecast rights to the MAC for football and basketball.Mid-American Conference-Wikipedia
    • The telecasts (which, until its discontinuation, were originally presented by Sinclair's American Sports Network) feature pre- and post-game coverage.Real Salt Lake-Wikipedia
    • The station's second digital subchannel was an initial but secondary affiliate of the American Sports Network with its first broadcast on August 30, 2014.WJLA-TV-Wikipedia
    • The station's 7.2 subchannel began carrying sporting events from American Sports Network with its first broadcast on August 30, 2014.KATV-Wikipedia

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