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Fact Sheet: Rogers Sportsnet (Canada)

Sunday, January 6, 2008 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 12:25 AM, under , ,

This is the fact sheet for Rogers Sportsnet in Canada as published by the company. Posted Jan 6, 2008

Rogers Sportsnet is a leading Canadian sports company that operates four distinct cable channels, a national high-definition channel and a news and information web site, Founded in 1998, Rogers Sportsnet has been owned by Rogers Media since 2001. was launched in 1998.

Rogers Sportsnet provides distinct and entertaining sports programming on four channels: Sportsnet East (Quebec and Atlantic Provinces), Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet West (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nunavut and Northwest Territories), and Sportsnet Pacific (British Columbia and Yukon). It also offers high definition programming on Sportsnet HD.

Rogers Sportsnet broadcasts more NHL hockey featuring Canadian clubs than any other broadcaster. In addition, it is a rights holder for the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors (Ontario Region), and also carries National Lacrosse League, Canadian Hockey League (including the Memorial Cup), and the American Hockey League. Rogers Sportsnet is a member of a consortium that won Canadian broadcast rights for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and the 2012 Summer Games in London.

Sportsnet Connected, the network's news arm, provides regional, national and international sports coverage. Its lineup of on-air talent includes some of Canada's most respected sports journalists. is a market leader in providing sports news, information and entertainment on the Internet. It offers around-the clock coverage of national and international sports news, as well as expert commentary and opinion, video, photographs, and up-to-the minute results and statistics. Comprehensive event coverage is complemented by a complete suite of interactive features, including forums, blogs, and a variety of interactive games and contests.

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