TEN Action

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TEN Action
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Launched September 23, 2010
Owned by Zee Network
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country India
Broadcast area Mumbai, India
Formerly called Zee Sports
Sister channel(s) TEN Sports
TEN Cricket
TEN Golf
Availability
Satellite
Dish TV Channel 650
Hathway Channel 108
BIG TV Channel 510
Airtel Digital TV Channel 234
Tata Sky Channel 417
Videocon d2h Channel 413
Dialog TV
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 83
Cable
MediaNet (Maldives) Channel 309
Island TV (Maldives) Channel 12

TEN Action (formerly known as Zee Sports and then TEN Action+) is a 24-hour sports channel in South Asia. The channel is owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises of Taj Television India which is part of the Essel Group. Ten Action is the third channel launched by the network after TEN Sports and TEN Cricket.

In September 2010, Zee Sports was renamed to Ten Action+.[1] The channel exclusively broadcast UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Scottish Premier League, Serie A and the Spanish La Liga to South Asia, though La Liga was reverted to ESPN-Star from the 2012-13 season onwards.[2] It also has rights to broadcast the League Cup, the Championship and the Dutch League Eredivisie in India. It also had the right to broadcast the 2010 Asian Games.

TEN Action's promo is the song "Let Me Hear You Scream" by Ozzy Osbourne. It features the show called C2K (Countdown to Kickoff) before every "live' match. It is hosted by Joe Morrison with John Burridge (known as "Budgie") and Carlton Palmer. It also has shows for the La Liga and Serie A named La Liga show and Serie A show in which they talk about the matches of the coming week or past week. They also discuss about players, stadiums or clubs.

Ten Action broadcasts Blackburn TV, Barca TV, Chelsea TV, City TV, AC Milan TV and FCB TV.FCB TV is shown every Wednesday evening. While Chelsea TV and City TV are shown a few days after a match played by that team.

Events[edit]

Australia
Brazil
France
India
Netherlands
Spain
United Kingdom
United States
International
News
  • Audi Football
  • Barca TV
  • CTV
  • Man City TV
  • Sports Week

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