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Sport tv 3






Sport tv 3 is a Portuguese sports-oriented premium cable and satellite television network with five premium channels in Portugal, one sports news channel and two channels in Portuguese-speaking Africa. The first channel, then only known as Sport TV, was launched on 16 September 1998. It is owned by Portugal TelecomNOSVodafone Portugal and Global Media Group (and originally had the participation of RTP). It is available in almost all television distribution operators in Portugal as a premium subscription channel.





Sport tv 3 broadcasts mainly association footballbasketballvolleyballrugbysurfgolfathleticswrestling and American sports, combat sportsauto racing and tennis. It also features debates, news and sports reports.





All Primeira Liga matches are exclusively broadcast by Sport TV, with the exception of Benfica home matches, which are broadcast on the club's channel, BTV.





On 16 September 2005, seven years after the opening of the first channel, Sport TV launched a second channel, SportTV 2. It regularly broadcasts alternative sports such as mountaineeringcycling and radical sports. The channel was available only through ZON TV Funtastic Life package, but the model did not work. They relaunched the channel as a premium channel, also available on Cabovisão and Portugal Telecom's MEO. This was followed in June 2008 by SportTV 3.





Sport TV shown UEFA Euro 2008 in HD, through ZON TV.





On January 22, 2010, the thematic golf channel SPORT.TV Golfe and its HD simulcast, SPORT.TV Golfe HD were launched.





On August 13, 2010, they launched SPORT.TV Liga Inglesa, a HD channel dedicated to the Premier League, broadcasting 380 games and 400 highlights per season, made by the Premier League (also broadcasting on other countries).





On January 7, 2011, SPORT.TV1, SPORT.TV2 and SPORT.TV3 started to broadcast in 16:9.





On August 13, 2011, all of the SportTV main channels started to broadcast in HD and it was launched a new channel, SPORT.TV4, that also is available in HD. At the same time, the Sport TV HD channel ended its two-year run.





On June 5, 2013, Sport TV stopped broadcasting in the United States.





On August 1, 2013, SPORT TV launched a new channel, SPORT.TV Live, replacing SPORT.TV4.





On August 14, 2014, SPORT.TV Live was renamed to SPORT.TV4 again (there's also SPORT.TV4 HD). SPORT.TV Golfe was renamed to SPORT.TV5, which is also available in HD.





Launched
Owned by
Olivedesportos (25%)
Portugal Telecom (25%)
NOS (25%)
Vodafone Portugal (25%)[1]
Picture format
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan
"O seu desporto favorito." ("Your favorite sport.")
Website
sporttv.pt

ESPN BRASIL



sport tv 2 hd






Sport tv 2 is a Portuguese sports-oriented premium cable and satellite television network with five premium channels in Portugal, one sports news channel and two channels in Portuguese-speaking Africa. The first channel, then only known as Sport TV, was launched on 16 September 1998. It is owned by Portugal TelecomNOSVodafone Portugal and Global Media Group (and originally had the participation of RTP). It is available in almost all television distribution operators in Portugal as a premium subscription channel.





Sport tv 3 broadcasts mainly association footballbasketballvolleyballrugbysurfgolfathleticswrestling and American sports, combat sportsauto racing and tennis. It also features debates, news and sports reports.





All Primeira Liga matches are exclusively broadcast by Sport TV, with the exception of Benfica home matches, which are broadcast on the club's channel, BTV.





On 16 September 2005, seven years after the opening of the first channel, Sport TV launched a second channel, SportTV 2. It regularly broadcasts alternative sports such as mountaineeringcycling and radical sports. The channel was available only through ZON TV Funtastic Life package, but the model did not work. They relaunched the channel as a premium channel, also available on Cabovisão and Portugal Telecom's MEO. This was followed in June 2008 by SportTV 2.





Sport TV shown UEFA Euro 2008 in HD, through ZON TV.





On January 22, 2010, the thematic golf channel SPORT.TV Golfe and its HD simulcast, SPORT.TV Golfe HD were launched.





On August 13, 2010, they launched SPORT.TV Liga Inglesa, a HD channel dedicated to the Premier League, broadcasting 380 games and 400 highlights per season, made by the Premier League (also broadcasting on other countries).





On January 7, 2011, SPORT.TV1, SPORT.TV2 and SPORT.TV3 started to broadcast in 16:9.





On August 13, 2011, all of the SportTV main channels started to broadcast in HD and it was launched a new channel, SPORT.TV4, that also is available in HD. At the same time, the Sport TV HD channel ended its two-year run.





On June 5, 2013, Sport TV stopped broadcasting in the United States.





On August 1, 2013, SPORT TV launched a new channel, SPORT.TV Live, replacing SPORT.TV4.





On August 14, 2014, SPORT.TV Live was renamed to SPORT.TV4 again (there's also SPORT.TV4 HD). SPORT.TV Golfe was renamed to SPORT.TV5, which is also available in HD.





Launched
Owned by
Olivedesportos (25%)
Portugal Telecom (25%)
NOS (25%)
Vodafone Portugal (25%)[1]
Picture format
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan
"O seu desporto favorito." ("Your favorite sport.")
Website
sporttv.pt

Sport tv 1






sportv ao vivo is a Portuguese sports-oriented premium cable and satellite television network with five premium channels in Portugal, one sports news channel and two channels in Portuguese-speaking Africa. The first channel, then only known as Sport TV, was launched on 16 September 1998. It is owned by Portugal TelecomNOSVodafone Portugal and Global Media Group (and originally had the participation of RTP). It is available in almost all television distribution operators in Portugal as a premium subscription channel.





Sport tv 3 broadcasts mainly association footballbasketballvolleyballrugbysurfgolfathleticswrestling and American sports, combat sportsauto racing and tennis. It also features debates, news and sports reports.





All Primeira Liga matches are exclusively broadcast by Sport TV, with the exception of Benfica home matches, which are broadcast on the club's channel, BTV.





On 16 September 2005, seven years after the opening of the first channel, Sport TV launched a second channel, SportTV 2. It regularly broadcasts alternative sports such as mountaineeringcycling and radical sports. The channel was available only through ZON TV Funtastic Life package, but the model did not work. They relaunched the channel as a premium channel, also available on Cabovisão and Portugal Telecom's MEO. This was followed in June 2008 by SportTV 1.





Sport TV shown UEFA Euro 2008 in HD, through ZON TV.sportv ao vivo





On January 22, 2010, the thematic golf channel SPORT.TV Golfe and its HD simulcast, SPORT.TV Golfe HD were launched.





On August 13, 2010, they launched SPORT.TV Liga Inglesa, a HD channel dedicated to the Premier League, broadcasting 380 games and 400 highlights per season, made by the Premier League (also broadcasting on other countries).





On January 7, 2011, SPORT.TV1, SPORT.TV2 and SPORT.TV3 started to broadcast in 16:9.





On August 13, 2011, all of the SportTV main channels started to broadcast in HD and it was launched a new channel, SPORT.TV4, that also is available in HD. At the same time, the Sport TV HD channel ended its two-year run.





On June 5, 2013, Sport TV stopped broadcasting in the United States.





On August 1, 2013, SPORT TV launched a new channel, SPORT.TV Live, replacing SPORT.TV4.





On August 14, 2014, SPORT.TV Live was renamed to SPORT.TV4 again (there's also SPORT.TV4 HD). SPORT.TV Golfe was renamed to SPORT.TV5, which is also available in HD.





Launched
Owned by
Olivedesportos (25%)
Portugal Telecom (25%)
NOS (25%)
Vodafone Portugal (25%)[1]
Picture format
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan
"O seu desporto favorito." ("Your favorite sport.")
Website
sporttv.pt

ESPN BRASIL TV


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ESPN Brasil
ESPN do Brasil Eventos Esportivos Ltda.
TipoCanal de televisão
por assinatura
País Brasil
Fundação17 de junho de 1995 (24 anos)[nota 1]
por José Trajano, Laércio Roma, Julio Bartolo e Wilma Maciel
Pertence aESPN International
Hearst Corporation
ProprietárioThe Walt Disney Company América Latina
Antigo proprietárioGrupo Abril (1989–1999)
Cidade de origem São PauloSP
Sede São PauloSP
Estúdios São Paulo, SP
SloganA vida precisa de esporte
Formato de vídeo480i (SDTV 16:9)720p (HDTV)
Canais irmãosFox SportsFox ChannelFox LifeFox Premium 1Fox Premium 2FXNational GeographicNational Geographic WildNat Geo KidsBaby TVDisney ChannelDisney JuniorDisney XD
CoberturaNacional
Nome(s) anterior(es)Canal + (1989-1991)TVA Esportes (1991-1995)
Página oficialespn.com.br
Disponibilidade aberta e gratuita
Analógico29 UHF (São Paulo) (1989–1993)48 UHF (Rio de Janeiro) (1991–1994)
Disponibilidade por satélite
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Disponibilidade por cabo
Claro NET TVLista[Expandir]
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Disponibilidade digital
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