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NTV Spor

NTV Spor
Launched March 2008
Owned by Doğuş Media Group
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Broadcast area Turkey
Headquarters Istanbul
Sister channel(s) CNBC-e
e2
Kral TV
NTV
Star TV
Website www.ntvspor.net
Availability
Satellite
Türksat 3A 11054 H, SR 30000, FEC 5/6
Eutelsat W3A Digiturk channel 80

NTV Spor is the sports division of the Turkish television channel NTV.

Launched in March 2008, NTV Spor is a dedicated TV channel producing sports-related programming 24 hours a day. Using NTV's expertise in news and sports broadcasting NTV Spor is regarded as a sports platform where fans can catch up on everything related to sports 24/7.

From the very beginning, NTV Spor aimed to provide up-to-date, impartial sports news combined with rich content and a dynamic programming format. Most programming on NTV Spor is either live or tape-delay sporting events, national and global sports news, sports-related documentaries and TV shows with special guest appearances by major sports figures. NTV Spor holds official broadcasting rights to large sporting events from various sports branches such as La Liga, NBA, FA Cup, Wimbledon, Eurobasket 2011, UEFA Euro 2012 and 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches.

Programming

  • Athletics: Diamond League
  • Basketball: FIBA World Championship 2010 Turkey (Host Broadcaster), FIBA World Championship 2014 Spain
  • Football: La Liga, FA Cup, League Cup, DFB Pokal
  • Golf: US Open, The Open
  • Motorsports: MotoGP, Red Bull Air Race
  • Tennis: Wimbledon, ATP World Tour 1000, Roland Garros
  • Volleyball: Teledünya Turkish Cup, FIVB Women World Championship 2010, 2010 Women's European League Finals

External links

  • Official site


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