The broadcasting of sports events is the coverage of sports as a television program, on radio and other broadcasting media. It usually involves one or more sports commentators describing the events as they happen.
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... Additionally, Time Warner blocked satellite television providers from carrying the channel ... Television stations in the Charlotte, North Carolina area Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television Digital television WBTV (3 ... PBS / SCETV, 30.2 Create, 30.3 World) WTVI (42.1 PBS, 42.2 MHz, 42.3 Create) Analog television W16CF 16 / W38CN 38 (TBN) WLNN-LP 24 (ind.) Cable television News 14 Carolina Fox ...
... Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds are shown on Fox Sports Net in their respective regions, Midwest and Ohio ... The Kansas City Royals have been shown on its own network, RSTN Fox Sports Net Metro Sports, or a combination of them over the years it is Fox Sports Net-exclusive ... Sports television in the United States Broadcast divisions English CBS Sports ESPN on ABC Fox Sports NBC Sports Spanish Telemundo Univision Deportes National channels English CBS Sports Network ESPN ESPN2 NBC ...
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