Universal Sports Network is an American Sports Oriented digital cable and satellite television network. It was owned by InterMedia Partners and NBC Universal. But 92 % were shares of InterMedia. Its headquarters are situated in Woodland Hills, California. It is one of the best channels of sports in the United States. It was the best concept created by a network that airs Olympic sports round. It makes a destination for fans who want to watch the games. The channel firstly launched in 2006 as World Championship Sports Network. At this time, its owner is Claude Ruibal. He is served as its trustees and chief executive officer. Tom Hipkins is a channel’s board of directors. The first event broadcast of World Championship was coverage of the United States Track and Field Championships through streaming video. InterMedia Partners Brought majority shares in 2007. WCSN started to carry on broadcast television in March 2008 through digital subchannels of many stations. Granite Broadcasting Corporation owns it.
|Launched||June 16, 2008|
|Closed||November 16, 2015|
|Slogan||Where Champions are Made|
|Owned by||InterMedia Partners|
|Headquarters||Woodland Hills, California|
|Formerly called||World Championship Sports Network|
|Sister network||SportsNet New York|
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NBC entered into the partnership with InterMedia. This network rebranded as Universal Sports with the corporation in a new logo with the NBC peacock. In November 2008, NBC carried Universal Sports as a digital subchannel. Universal sports with International Rugby Board announced that the channel would offer “ unprecedented national television and digital media coverage of the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup tournaments on June 17, 2010. The Universal Sports Network closed down on November 16, 2015. After this, NBC started their networks like NBC, NBCSN, and Universal HD.
Programs and Transmission
This channel brought an opportunity to watch events live same day coverage of the world class athletes that would be seen during the Olympics. In these Lindsey Vonn, Usain Bolt, Tyson Gay, Mikaela Shiffrin, Simone Biles are all the regular exposure to the channel. DirecTv served Universal Sports as a primary national channel On June 15, 2011. After this Universal Sports became a full-fledged cable and satellite channel.
Universal Sports dropped most cable providers on January 1, 2012. One of the providers names was “ Comcast”. It is the nation’s largest cable company and part owner of Universal Sports co-parent NBC at this time. This largest company plans to offer events in which swimming, track and field, gymnastics, figure, skating, cycling, and volleyball are included.
The channel had long-term broadcasting programs. It is affiliated with the International Association of Athletics Federations, The International Cycling Union, the International Federation of Gymnastics, the International Rowing Federation, the International Swimming Federation, and the International Rugby Board. This channel promotes itself as “ the athlete’s network.” NBC never used it for live broadcasts. When Olympics came, it produces shoulder programming. But Olympics Sports channel not be involved in live events.
The next twelve months you could see very different landscapes for Olympic sports.So this is the great opportunity to engage with the Olympic- sports audience year round and inspire the next generation of Olympic fans. And this is the critical point of our Olympic strategy.
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2002 FIBA World Championship