NEO Prime

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NEO Prime
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Headquarters Mumbai
Availability
Satellite
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 427
Dish TV Channel 657
Dialog TV Channel 37
Arab Digital Distribution Channel 436
Reliance Big Tv Channel 507
Dish Network (USA) Channel 584
G Sat Channel 19
Cable
Teledasun (LBN) (Sri Lanka) Channel
Asianet STB Channel 238
Hathway Digital Cable Channel 102
Destiny Cable Channel TBA
Comcast (USA) Channel 339 California
Channel 427/683 Chicago
Channel 689 Philadelphia, New Jersey, District of Columbia & Maryland
Channel 685 Boston
Channel 972 Denver
Channel 692 Portland
Channel 247 Seattle
SkyCable (Philippines) Channel TBA

NEO Prime (formerly called NEO Cricket) is a channel dedicated to sports entertainment.The channel was originally launched as Neo Sports with sister channel Neo Sports +.It was relaunched as NEO Cricket on April 2, 2008 this channel was dedicated to cricket. It is a part of Nimbus Communications Limited and is headquartered in Mumbai, India and broadcasts to 30 countries. Nimbus has the exclusive broadcast rights for all International cricket played in Bangladesh.In 2008 NEO Cricket did broadcast a minimum of six International cricket series including four featuring India, adding up to nearly 200 days of live cricket.

This channel airs three daily shows, Dial C for Cricket, Sportszone and Cricket Central. It also hosts shows like Cricket Academy, The Greatest Matches Ever Played, Lords of the Game, Balebaaz, Gendbaaz, Baat Aur Bowl, Jaya He, The Great Indian Run Chase, Tour Diary and a few more.

NEO Cricket was rebranded as NEO Prime starting from June 3, 2012. This decision was taken due to increasing contract of sports taken by Nimbus Communications Limited. This will allow more sports to be broadcast on this channel other than Cricket.[1]

Broadcast[edit]

Football
  • Bundesliga - German National Football League - 1st Division
Tennis
Shows
  • Dial C for Cricket
  • Cricket Central
  • Sportszone
  • Encounter
  • Balebaaz
  • Baat Aur Bowl
  • Jaya He the Great
  • Indian Run Chase
  • Tour Diary
  • Dial S for Sports
  • SFL Challengers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Neo Cricket set to rebrand as Neo Prime". Indian Television. 2012-06-02. Retrieved 2012-06-02. 

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