Televisa Deportes Network

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Televisa Deportes Network
Country Mexico
Availability Satellite
Owner Televisa
Launch date
July 22, 2009

TDN or Televisa Deportes Network is a channel that specializes in sports. Began broadcasting on July 22, 2009. The signal to Latin America, will be released later. Belongs to Grupo Televisa whose company also owns channels American Network, Bandamax, Canal de las Estrellas, Classic TV, From Film, De Pelicula Classic, Golden, Golden 2, Ritmoson Latino, Telemundo Mexico, and TLNovelas.

Its signal is in television systems Sky, Cablevisión, Digicable, Megacable Cablemás and Ultravision.

Planned to launch the channel Televisa Deportes Televisa Network as a platform specializing in sports, consisting of radio, television and internet, which offers an average of four games a week, one of them exclusively, from the Mexican Soccer League, two League matches Spanish Football and Live UFC competitions. In addition to news coverage of events such as American wrestling (WWE), Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, Bulls matches of the NFL and ONEFA Olympic Games, among others.

TDN signal is considered as the official channel of FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010, which will air a total of 40 football matches of the tournament. 10 of them exclusively and which transcend the broadcast range of just 30 games.

TDN signal is also broadcast on Univision Deportes Network in the United States.

Following the World Cup starting in May 2010 launched a campaign with spots on the tournament, where his self-promotional highlight the slogan "The Official Channel of South Africa 2010" and a series of ads that recreate footballs representing animal forms African wildlife including lions, zebras, warthogs and monkeys.

Programming[edit]

Football[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Golf[edit]

Mixed Martial Arts[edit]

Motorsport[edit]

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