All Sports Network

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All Sports Network
Launched 2009
Owned by Yes Television
Country Asia
Language English
Broadcast area Asia

All Sports Network (ASN) is the first and leading 24-hour sports HD network in Asia. Launched in 2009 by Yes Television. The network carries 2 channels - ASN & ASN2.

ASN features a wide range of sports content from the world’s biggest sport brands and is known throughout Asia as the “Home of American sports programming.” It manages 3,200 hours of licensed sports content, with exclusive Asian rights to NFL (including the Super Bowl), NHL, NCAA March Madness, NASCAR and Extreme Sports as well as exclusive game rights to certain NCAA football, NCAA basketball and other major collegiate events.[1][2]

ASN reaches 12 territories – Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Macao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Philippines and Vietnam.

All Sports Network Channels[edit]

  • ASN
  • ASN2

Programming Broadcast by All Sports Network[edit]

( NFL programming is excluded in Thailand (True Visions), Hong Kong (Now TV) and Taiwan (Sportcast)

Channel Availability[edit]

Country Broadcaster Channel Number
Hong Kong Cable TV Hong Kong Channel 164 (SD)
Hong Kong Now TV Channel 680 (HD)
Indonesia First Media Channel 150 (Digital), Channel 8 (Analog)
Indonesia Skynindo Channel 32
Indonesia Topas TV Channel 51
Macau Macau Cable TV Channel 839
Malaysia HyppTV Channel 174
Philippines SkyCable Channel 83
Singapore SingTel Channel 129
Singapore Starhub Channel 117 (SD), Channel 305 (HD)
Thailand truevisions Channel 113

References[edit]

  1. ^ All Sports Network Channel Distribution in Asia retrieved via www.asn.tv 1-08-2010
  2. ^ ASN Sports Content retrieved via www.asn.tv 12-30-2009

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