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TEN Sports

TEN Sports
Launched 1 April 2002
Owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Picture format TEN Action, TEN Cricket, TEN Golf and TEN Sports: 4:3 576i (SDTV)
TEN HD: 16:9 720p (HDTV)
Country India
Language English
Broadcast area India
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Sister channel(s) TEN Action
TEN Cricket
TEN Golf
TEN HD
Website .com.tensportswww
Availability
Satellite
Reliance Digital TV Channel 505
Channel 523 (HD)
Tata Sky Channel 411
Channel 412 (HD)
Dish TV Channel 660
Channel 80 (HD)
Dialog TV Channel 13
TelkomVision Channel 113
Sun Direct Channel 506
Airtel digital TV Channel 230
Channel 231 (HD)
Indovision Channel 310
Videocon d2h Channel 411
Channel 412 (HD)
Cable
Asianet Digital TV(India) Channel 307
MediaNet (Maldives) Channel 302
DEN Channel 408
IPTV
Peo TV (Sri Lanka) Channel 38

TEN Sports is Asia's leading sports network operating five sports channels – TEN Sports, TEN Cricket, TEN Action, TEN Golf and TEN HD.

Ten Sports network owns long term broadcast rights for four cricket boards – South Africa, West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, offering its viewers the best of sports action round the clock.

Channel brings to sports buffs a continuous dose of varied sports including WWE, US Open, ATP, WTA, Ryder Cup, Moto GP, Euro League, PGA Championship, Asian Tour, European Tour and Tour de France. It also telecasts the world's best football action from the top leagues like the UEFA Champions League, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup, Ligue 1, Capital One Cup, German Cup along with major football club television programming thus promising the best in International Football.

Established in April 2002, Ten Sports (TAJ Television) is owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises and is available across the world directly and or through partner channels. Through its strong presence worldwide, ZEEL entertains over 670+ million viewers across 169 countries.

The company was launched in the UAE as Taj Television by Emirati promoter Abdul Rehman Bukhatir along with a management team of CEO Chris McDonald, Zahid Noorani, Peter Hutton, Steve Norris, Mark Denton and Nikhil Diwadkar. Following the acquisition of broadcast rights to the 2002 FIFA World Cup, WWE, Formula 1, UEFA Champions League and FIH World Hockey tournaments, the "Ten Sports" channel operated by Taj Television became established as the most watched sports channel on Indian and Pakistani televisions. The business was sold to Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited in 2010 for a reported figure of 100 million USD. Taj TV also operated the Cricket Plus channel in North America, Goal TV in Asia, ASN in Asia, the Football Channel in Singapore and Showtime Sports in the Middle East during the period from 2004 to 2010.

Contents

  • Ten Sports 1
  • Ten Cricket 2
  • Ten Action 3
  • Ten HD 4
  • Ten Golf 5
  • Events 6
    • Cricket 6.1
    • Football 6.2
    • Golf 6.3
    • WWE 6.4
    • Tennis 6.5
    • Athletics 6.6
    • Field hockey 6.7
    • Motorsports 6.8
    • American football 6.9
    • Cycling 6.10
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Ten Sports

TEN SPORTS broadcasts the US Open, WTA, Chennai Open, Tour de France, World Athletics Championship, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games. TEN SPORTS also telecast ATP, Moto GP, EFLI (American Football), Rallying, Horse Racing and Beach Volleyball events. WWE have extended their broadcasting deal with TEN Sports, in which TEN Sports show live WWE RAW, monthly WWE PPV and WWE Main Event

Ten Cricket

TEN CRICKET televises cricket action from 4 International Cricketing Boards– West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, South Africa.

Apart from the 4 cricket boards, the Ten Cricket has various other cricket properties – ICC Cricket 360°, Home of Cricket, Simply the Best etc. which ensure year round viewership for the channel.

Ten Action

TEN ACTION is India’s first football centric channel.

TEN ACTION broadcasts the best of football matches of the most revered leagues from around the world –UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup, I-League, Federation Cup, Coppa Italia, French League, Capital One Cup, Sky Bet Championship, German Cup, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Major League Soccer all year round.

Apart from this, well known and experienced Football panelists from across the world share their insights on the upcoming live matches, football updates on the channel on its show "Countdown 2 kick off".

Ten HD

TenHD is 24x7 HD channel, showcase exciting sports action in high definition from its stellar line-up of Live Premier international sporting events including Cricket, Football, Tennis and Motor Sports among others. Also WWE raw live and monthly ppv specials live and WWE's weekly show Main Event in India in high definition starting from January 2015.

Ten Golf

TEN GOLF is India's first 24 hours dedicated Golf channel. TEN GOLF has the Broadcasting rights to the European Tour, Asian Tour, Ryder Cup, LPGA Tour, Royal Trophy, US PGA Championship, Senior PGA Championship, Professional Golf Tour of India & Ladies European Tour. Ten Golf brings to India the Golf Channel Block featuring a range of Golf programming content.

Events

Notable events which are broadcast by TEN Sports and its sister channels include.

Cricket

ICC events (Only in Pakistan)

Football

Golf

WWE

Tennis

Athletics

Field hockey

Motorsports

American football

Cycling

See also

References

External links

  • ten sports channel
  • Official website
  • Official website for Pakistan
  • Official Live Streaming website
  • Official Live Streaming for Pakistan
  • Ten Sports Live Cricket Stream
  • Ten Sports Live Cricket Pakistan
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