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SporTV

SporTV
Launched 1991
Owned by Globosat (Grupo Globo)
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
(HD feed downgraded to letterboxed 480i for SDTV sets)
Slogan Somos todos campeões
("We are all champions")
Country Brazil
Broadcast area Brazil
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Formerly called TopSport (1991–1994)
Sister channel(s) SporTV2, SporTV3
Website sportv.globo.com
Availability
Satellite
Sky Brazil Channel 39 / 239 (HD)
Claro TV Channel 39 / 539 (HD)
Vivo TV (satellite) Channel 139 / 819 (HD)
GVT TV Channel 39 / 939 (HD)
CTBC TV Channel 339 / 939 (HD)
Oi TV Channel 39 / 339 (HD)
DTHi Channel 39
Cable
Net Channels 39 / 539 (HD)
Vivo TV (cable) Channel 39 / 339 (HD)
Astro Channel 39
Sim TV Channel 39
ViaCabo Channel 39 / 439 (HD)
ORM Cabo Channel 39 / 539 (HD)
"Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2008", broadcast by SporTV HD.
"FIVB World Grand Prix 2008", broadcast by SporTV.

SporTV is a Brazilian cable television network that has its programming based on all sports, launched in 1991 by Globosat. It's the most watched sports channel in Brazil. High-definition simulcasts of SporTV and SporTV2 were launched on January 18, 2013. Before that, select events were broadcast in HD on sister channel Globosat HD (now +Globosat).

In 2013, SporTV was the 3rd most watched channel on Brazilian paid television, the first among sports channels. SporTV 2 was the 19th, and SporTV 3 was the 39th most watched channel.

Contents

  • SporTV significant programming rights 1
    • Auto Racing 1.1
    • Summer Olympic Games 1.2
    • Winter Olympic Games 1.3
    • Paralympic Games 1.4
    • Pan American Games 1.5
    • FIFA World Cup 1.6
    • FIFA Club World Cup 1.7
    • FIFA Confederations Cup 1.8
    • Association Football 1.9
    • Gymnastics 1.10
    • MMA - Mixed Martial Arts 1.11
    • Judo 1.12
    • Tennis 1.13
    • Motorcycle Racing 1.14
    • Cycling 1.15
    • Handball 1.16
    • Athletics 1.17
    • Basketball 1.18
    • Beach Soccer 1.19
    • Futsal 1.20
    • Volleyball 1.21
    • Winter Sports 1.22
    • Others majors events 1.23
    • Special events 1.24
  • Programs broadcast by SporTV 2
  • Team from SporTV 3
    • Hosts 3.1
    • Relators 3.2
    • Collor Analysts 3.3
    • Soccer 3.4
    • Other Sports 3.5
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

SporTV significant programming rights

Auto Racing

Summer Olympic Games

Winter Olympic Games

Paralympic Games

Pan American Games

FIFA World Cup

FIFA Club World Cup

FIFA Confederations Cup

Association Football

Gymnastics

MMA - Mixed Martial Arts

Judo

Tennis

Motorcycle Racing

Cycling

Road cycling

Track cycling

Handball

Athletics

Basketball

Clubs

Beach Soccer

Futsal

Clubs

Volleyball

Clubs

Beach Volleyball

Winter Sports

Alpine skiing

Biathlon

Bobsleigh and skeleton

Curling

Figure skating

Ice Hockey

Nordic skiing

Snowboarding

Others majors events

Special events

Programs broadcast by SporTV

  • Arena SporTV
  • É Gol!!!
  • Linha de Chegada
  • Redação SporTV
  • Sensei SporTV
  • Bem, Amigos!
  • SporTV News
  • SporTV Combate
  • SporTV Repórter
  • Tá na Área
  • Troca de Passes
  • Zona de Impacto

Eventuals

  • Esporte.doc
  • SporTV Especial
  • Seleção SporTV

Temporary

Closed

Team from SporTV

Hosts

  • Alexandre Oliveira
  • André Rizek
  • Flavio Canto
  • Luis Roberto

Relators

  • Milton Leite (Second Play by Play in Soccer)
  • André Lino (Third Play by Play in Soccer)
  • Paulo Brito (Play by Play in Basketball)
  • Jota Junior (Play by Play in Volleyball)
  • Julio Oliveira (Play by Play in Rugby)
  • Reinaldo Porto (Lap by Lap in Motor Sports)

Collor Analysts

Soccer

  • Alberto Helena Junior
  • Edilinho
  • Iván Andrade

Other Sports

  • Byrá Bello (Basketball)
  • Narck Rodrigues (Tennis)
  • Marcos Fittipaldi (Motor Sports)
  • Marcos Freitas (Volleyball)
  • Luis Brito (Rugby)
  • Robson da Silva (Athletics)
  • Fernando Kallas (Mixed Marcial Arts)

See also

External links

  • (Portuguese) SporTV official website
  • (Portuguese) SporTV Twitter
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