FSN Chicago

Fox Sports Net Chicago was a regional sports network based in Chicago, Illinois. The network carried the Chicago Cubs, the Chicago White Sox, the Chicago Blackhawks, the Chicago Bulls, the Chicago Fire, the Arena Football League's Chicago Rush, local and national collegiate sports, including those from Fox Sports Detroit. The network was co-owned by Cablevision and News Corporation until 2005 when Cablevision bought 100% of the network. FSN Chicago was the production and origination point of the Chicago Sports Report, Ohio Sports Report, and Bay Area Sports Report programs (all 50% owned by Rainbow Sports/Cablevision).

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Major League Baseball On Regional Sports Networks - National League - Chicago Cubs
... In October 2004, FSN Chicago lost broadcast rights to all of the professional sports teams in the Chicago area when the owners of the Bulls, White Sox ... With the end of local pro sports coverage, FSN Chicago became mostly a feeder channel of the national network's entire schedule, some minor local and semi-pro teams ... In 2005, Cablevision bought all of FSN Chicago when NewsCorp swapped assets with the cable company ...
FSN Chicago - History - Collapse
... network ceased operations on June 23, 2006, and Comcast SportsNet Chicago moved into the FSN Chicago facility located at 350 North Orleans Street ... the rights to air the nationally-distributed FSN programs ... The old Chicago Sports Report set was purchased (and is now used as the main news set) by NBC affiliate WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois ...
Comcast Sports Net Chicago - Background
... CSN Chicago was created in 2004 ... of the both the Bulls and the White Sox, giving him a 40% stake), and Rocky Wirtz (owner of the Chicago Blackhawks, 20%) ... It also carries games for the AFL Chicago Rush, Chicago Fire S.C ...

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