Curling on TSN
Canadian Curling Association
TSN originally broadcast Canadian Curling Association events, including the opening rounds of the Tim Hortons Brier, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts from 1984-2003. CBC Sports, who had previously shared rights with TSN, became the sole broadcaster of CCA tournaments in 2004. The CCA terminated their deal with the CBC after one season. The CBC was criticized by the CCA, curling fans, and sponsors after the network moved some of its coverage to the digital cable channel CBC Country Canada.  In 2006, the CCA and TSN signed an exclusive six-year contract which would take effect in 2008, ending CBC's 42 year relationship with the CCA. 
Vic Rauter, Linda Moore, and Russ Howard currently make up TSN's lead announcing team.  From 1989-2010, Rauter and Moore's broadcast partner was Ray Turnbull. Prior to Moore's arrival, Rauter and Turnbull had previously called matches with Vera Pezer.  Don Chevrier and Ray Turnbull made up TSN's first broadcast team, calling matches from 1984-1985. Bryan Mudryk and Cathy Gauthier currently serve as TSN's secondary broadcast team for the Tim Hortons Brier and the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Will Ferrell, in character as Ron Burgundy, also appeared in the broadcast booth alongside Rauter, Moore and Howard during the 2013 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials as a publicity stunt for Farrell's new movie, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
- "Curling association inks 6-year deal with TSN". CBC News. June 15, 2006.
- George Karrys (December 2, 2010). "Russ set to rock mic". Toronto Sun.
- Ken McKee (Feb 26, 1989). "All that you can hack in curling coverage is coming up on tube". Toronto Star. Retrieved 2010-02-28.