Broadcasting of sports events
The broadcasting of sports events is the live coverage of sports as a television program, on radio and other broadcasting media. It usually involves one or more sports commentators describing the ev...
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Hockey Night in Canada
Hockey Night in Canada (often abbreviated Hockey Night or HNIC) is a branding used for Canadian television presentations of the National Hockey League. While the name has been used for all NHL broadca...
List of sports television broadcast contracts
This page contains a list of links to pages referring to sports broadcasting rights in various countries.
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Olympics on television
The Olympic Games have been broadcast on television since the 1930s.
The 1936 games, held in Berlin, Germany, were televised by means of closed circuit television to various viewing halls located ...
List of sports announcers
This is a list of sports announcers and sports commentators. Those television and radio networks included must have national exposure, not regional.
XSPORT
XSPORT (formerly Hockey TV (Ukrainian: Хокей) until 10 June 2013) is a Ukrainian language sport channel, founded by Borys Kolesnikov. Kolesnikov, who also owns HC Donbass, created the channel with...
The King of Snooker
The King of Snooker (Traditional Chinese: 桌球天王) is a TVB television drama miniseries revolving around the sport of snooker in Hong Kong. It was originally broadcast by the network in 2009, from 30 Ma...
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Orbiter (camera seat)
The Orbiter in the sense of camera technique is a camera seat with a seated cameraman, swivelling on a low working height.A swivelling seat of the Orbiter is characterized by a patented principle of p...
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Doubleheader (baseball)
A doubleheader is a set of two baseball games played between the same two teams on the same day in front of the same crowd. In addition, the term is often used unofficially to refer to a pair of game...
CTV Sports
CTV Sports was the division of the CTV Television Network responsible for sports broadcasting. The division existed in its own right from 1961 to 2001; between 1998 and 2001, CTV Sports also operated ...
Eurosport
Eurosport is a pan-European television sports network co-operated by French broadcaster TF1 Group, and Discovery Communications Incorporated taking a 20% minority interest share in December 2012. On 2...
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Viasat Sport 2
Viasat Sport 2 was a Scandinavian soccer channel. The channel started February 1, 2004 together with Viasat Sport 3. Viasat Sport 2 has the rights to Manchester United TV and Chelsea TV. Viasat Sport ...
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Stickmen (film)
Stickmen is a 2001 New Zealand film directed by Hamish Rothwell and starring Robbie Magasiva.
Thomas (Paolo Rotondo), Jack (Robbie Magasiva) and Wayne (Scott Wills) are the best of mates. Each of...
Today at Wimbledon
Today at Wimbledon is a BBC TV show, showing highlights and discussion from the day's play at the Wimbledon Championships. The show lasts for 60 minutes and is broadcast on BBC Two at 8:00 pm wit...
Technical time-out (volleyball)
A technical time-out in volleyball and beach volleyball is a time-out stipulated by the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) in each non-tie-breaking set. It is the formalized equivalent of ...
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