Cbc Sport HD Working Biss Key and Frequency On AZERSPACE 2 45.0°East 2021
CBC Sports is the division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for English-language sports broadcasting. The CBC’s sports programming primarily airs on CBC Television, CBCSports.ca, and CBC Radio One. (The CBC’s French-language Radio-Canada network also produces sports programming.)
Once the country’s dominant sports broadcaster, in recent years it has lost many of its past signature properties – such as the Canadian Football League, Toronto Blue Jays baseball, Canadian Curling Association championships, the Olympic Games for a period, the FIFA World Cup, and the National Hockey League – to the cable specialty channels TSN and Sportsnet. CBC has maintained partial rights to the NHL as part of a sub-licensing agreement with current rightsholder Sportsnet (maintaining the Saturday-night Hockey Night in Canada and playoff coverage), although this coverage is produced by Sportsnet, as opposed to the CBC itself as was the case in the past.
|Cbc Sport HD Working Biss Key and Frequency On AZERSPACE 2 45.0°East 2021|
|Channel||CBC Sport HD|
|Satellite||AZERSPACE 2 45.0°East|
|Frequency||12692 H 6500 2/3|
|System||MPEG 4 HD|
|BISS : 13 13 13 39 13 13 13 F4|
As a result of funding reductions from the federal government and decreased revenues, in April 2014, CBC announced it would no longer bid for professional sports broadcasting rights. The CBC has since used its digital platforms to provide overflow coverage of events not on television, and simulcasts of television coverage. Since then, CBC’s sports coverage has been largely focused on Olympic sports, other domestic amateur and semi-professional competitions, along with coverage of Spruce Meadows’ show jumping competitions, and the Calgary Stampede.
The majority of CBC Television’s sports coverage is broadcast on weekend afternoons, under the blanket title Road to the Olympic Games (formerly CBC Sports Weekend).CBC Sports also streams all of its programming, as well as other event coverage not shown on television, via its website and digital platforms.
Former CEO of Curling Canada Greg Stremlaw was the head of CBC Sports from April 10, 2015 to January, 2019.
In 1993, CBC launched an experimental web service, followed by a small site supporting CBC Radio and a site supporting the CBC Halifax TV program Street Cents. By 1995, the CBC had consolidated its English radio and TV sites into a single website.
Around 1996, CBC began offering 24-hour live streaming of its radio services using RealAudio. The next year, CBC launched CBC Kids and covered its first federal election online. CBC launched its news site the following year.
In 2000, the CBC launched a wireless service and CBC Radio 3, an Internet-exclusive broadband magazine. Radio 3 provides streaming audio devoted to youth culture and independent music and is operated by CBC Radio.
In 2001, cbc.ca finished a major redesign that modernized the news portal and earned an English Television Award.
In 2005, production of the Radio 3 magazine was suspended, although the site continues in podcast format. Some of its programming still aired as a Saturday-evening show on CBC Radio Two until March 2007. Bande à part is the French equivalent and also airs content as a weekend program on Espace Musique. Both services launched as full channels on Sirius Canada in December 2005 and are also available to U.S. Sirius subscribers.
Olympics and Pan Am
2022 Winter Olympics
2024 Summer Olympics
National Hockey League – Hockey Night in Canada (1952–2026)
Series outsourced to Rogers Media under the NHL on Sportsnet series since 2014
Weekly Saturday night doubleheader and at least one playoff game each night a playoff game is played
Canadian Hockey League (2021–)
Early-season weekend games across its constituent leagues.
Additional streaming regular-season games
FIS World Cup races[needs update]
Little League Canadian Championships
Canadian Elite Basketball League
All games streaming (2019–2022 7 regular-season games and the championship game on CBC Television 2020–2022