When you can’t get enough of your favorite sports on network television, check out entire channels devoted to the sports that top your “can’t-miss” list.
America’s favorite pastime is always on MLB Network
MLB Network launched in 2009. MLB broadcasts 24 hours of live games, highlights, commentary, classic games and network original shows. For everything that happens on the diamond and beyond, tune in to MLB Network.
Tee off with tournaments from around the globe on GOLF CHANNEL
GOLF CHANNEL, the brainchild of Joseph E. Gibbs and Arnold Palmer, launched in 1995. In 2007, it signed a 15-year agreement to be the exclusive cable TV broadcaster of the PGA tour. Get more coverage of the sport than anywhere else when you tune into GOLF CHANNEL. This network has coverage of 47 PGA events each year and full four-round coverage of 13 events. If you treasure your time on the links, GOLF CHANNEL is your home away from home.
Get the advantage with 24/7 access to Tennis
Tennis Channel joined the sports channel lineup in 2003. Since then, it has become a popular one-stop information and entertainment mecca for tennis enthusiasts. It broadcasts events, such as the U.S. Open, Wimbledon, the French Open, Australian Open, Olympus U.S. Open Series, ATP Masters Series, WTA Tour championship matches, Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hyundai Hopman Cup.
Take a time out with NFL Network
NFL Network also launched in 2003 with the full support of all 32 NFL team owners. If you love NFL, NFL Network is a must have. With coverage from the draft and preseason to the Super Bowl, NFL Network is your go-to source for all things gridiron. Get NFL-style commentary, track your fantasy players and enjoy Thursday night games and highlights all on NFL Network.
Your power play is on NHL Network
The National Hockey League and NBCUniversal teamed up in 2007 to bring you NHL Network. Get classic games, live coverage, interviews with legendary players, news and highlights available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. NHL Network broadcasts all live games in brilliant HD, so you don’t miss a moment of the action. There’s also plenty of programming during the offseason.