|Launched||1 April 2002|
|Owned by||Zee Network|
|Picture format||4:3 (576i, SDTV), 16:9 (720p), HDTV|
|Broadcast area||Indian subcontinent|
|Sister channel(s)||TEN Action
|Reliance Digital TV||Channel 505|
|Tata Sky||Channel 407|
|Dish TV||Channel 660 and Channel 80 (HD)|
|Dialog TV||Channel 13|
|Sun Direct||Channel 506|
|Airtel DTH||Channel 230|
|Videocon d2h||Channel 407|
|Asianet Digital TV(India)||Channel 307|
|adsl serv 1 =Peo Tv (Sri Lanka)||Channel 14|
TEN Sports (or Taj Entertainment Network) is an Indian sports channel owned and operated by Zee Network. TEN Sports was launched on April 1, 2002, and became the world's premier sports channel for South Asians, TEN Sports was previously owned by the United Arab Emirates based Abdul Rahman Bukhatir. He sold the company for 114 million USD to Zee Telefilms in 2010. TEN's senior management left the company after the sale.
TEN Sports and media company NBCUniversal launched a new, free, cricket-focused multi-platform sports portal, which made its debut with the Web cast coverage of the first match in the series between New Zealand and Sri Lanka on September 8, 2009. NBC Universal Digital Solutions (NBCUDS) will syndicate live cricket Web cast to its selected syndication partners for wider distribution. The portal featured live Web cast of full cricket matches that encompass exclusive content from half of the world’s cricket boards, including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. Following the purchase of the company by Zee Telefilms, this venture ended.
Retransmissions of selected events
Australia received a live transmission of the TEN Sports broadcast during the Australia V Pakistan cricket ODIs in April and May 2009 on cable television station Fox Sports. Australia received on air graphics of TEN Sports, as well as local commentary, however during drink and lunch breaks, Fox Sports returned Australian viewers to their studio for a panel discussion focusing on Australian developments, hosted by either Nick McArdle or Brendon Julian with two other panellists. Coverage began live around 8:30pm Australian Eastern Time, ending around 5am the following day.
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TEN HD was launched in October 2011. It broadcasts live and delayed sporting events from different sports genres in high definition. It is available in Airtel Digital TV, Dish TV, Hathway, Videocon d2h, Reliance Digital TV
Notable events which are broadcast by TEN Sports and its sister channels include.
- Elite Football League of India (From Nov 2012)
- National Football League (Super Bowl XLII; Monday Night Football (2008); did not carry 2008-09 playoffs due to decline in viewership)
- NBA (Shared with SIX)
- TEN Cricket and TEN Sports Pakistan
- International cricket in UAE (Pakistan)
- International cricket in West Indies
- International cricket in South Africa
- International cricket in Sri Lanka
- International cricket in Zimbabwe
- MTN domestic Championship
- Stanbic Bank 20 Series
- Standard Bank Pro20
- TEN Sports Pakistan (ICC events)
- Cricket World Cup 
- ICC Champions Trophy
- ICC World Twenty20
- ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier
- ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup
- ICC Women's Cricket Challenge
- Women's Cricket World Cup
- Champions League Twenty20
(TEN Action and TEN Sports Pakistan)
- UEFA Champions League
- UEFA Europa League
- UEFA Super Cup
- Brazilian League
- Dutch League Eredivisie
- Scottish Premier League
- Hockey Champions Challenge
- Field hockey Qualifying Tournaments for Olympics
(TEN Golf and TEN Sports Pakistan)
- WWE Raw
- WWE SmackDown
- WWE NXT
- WWE Superstars
- WWE Bottom Line
- WWE After Burn
- WWE Experience
- WWE Vintage Collection
- WWE The good show
- WWE pay-per-view events
WWE Tribute To The Troops
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- "ESPN STAR Sports secures three-year deal for La Liga rights". The Economic Times. 21 June 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-21.
- TEN Sports as Sporty as it gets