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|Division of:||Turner Broadcasting System|
|Key people:||David Levy, president|
|Major broadcasting contracts:||MLB
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Turner Sports is the division of Turner Broadcasting System (a subsidiary of Time Warner) responsible for sports broadcasts on Turner channels including TBS, TNT, and TruTV, and for operating the digital media outlets NCAA.com, NASCAR.COM, NBA.com, PGATOUR.COM and PGA.com. Turner Sports also operates NBA TV on behalf of the league.
- NBA on TNT (1988-present)
- NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship (2011-present)
- Major League Baseball on TBS (2007-present)
- Golf on TNT (through 2019)
Other television properties
- NBA TV (managed on behalf of the NBA)
Turner Sports Interactive
- Starting with the 2010–11 academic year and continuing through 2023–24, Turner has digital rights to all NCAA championships across all divisions. Under the deal, Turner also manages NCAA.com. This does not include championships of the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, which are not organized by the NCAA.
- Bleacher Report
- Time Warner acquired this sports news website in August 2012 for an estimated value of close to $200 million.
- Universal Wrestling Corporation - previously known as World Championship Wrestling, assets now owned by WWE, Inc.
- Atlanta Hawks basketball
- College Football on TBS (1982-2006)
- Goodwill Games (1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2001)
- Braves TBS Baseball (1976-2007)
- Gator Bowl (1993-1994)
- NASCAR on TBS (1983-2000)
- NBA on TBS (1984-2002)
- WCW Thunder (1998-2001)
- World Championship Wrestling (1972-2000)
- NFL on TNT (1990-1997)
- Olympics on TNT (1992, 1994, 1998)
- Tennis on TNT (2000-2002)
- FIFA World Cup (1990)
- NASCAR on TNT (2001-2014)
- WCW Monday Nitro (1995-2001)
Notable Turner Sports personalities (past and present)
Notes and references
- Associated Press (September 21, 2010). "Turner wins NCAA digital rights". ESPN.com. Retrieved September 24, 2010.
- Bercovici, Jeff. "Turner Buys Bleacher Report, Next-Gen Sports Site, for $175M-Plus". Forbes.com.