New CBS Sports logo, since February 2016
|Division of||CBS Broadcasting Inc.|
|Key people||Sean McManus (Chairman)|
|Headquarters||New York, New York|
|Major broadcasting contracts||NCAA college basketball
SEC college football
|Sister network||CBS Sports Network|
CBS Sports is the sports division of the American television network CBS. Its headquarters are in the CBS Building on West 52nd Street in midtown Manhattan, New York City, with programs produced out of Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center on West 57th Street.
Its premier sports properties are the NFL, Southeastern Conference (SEC) football, NCAA basketball (including telecasts of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament), and PGA golf, including The Masters, and the PGA Championship.
CBS Sports was honored at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Media Technology for Synchronous Enhancement of Original Television Content for Interactive Use for its program March Madness on Demand.
On August 31, 2013, CBS Sports rolled out its previous graphics and animation package that was first used in the network's coverage of Super Bowl XLVII. Additionally, in compliance with the Active Format Description #10 code, CBS Sports switched to a 16:9 aspect ratio letterbox presentation used for all sports programming, including the SEC on CBS and the NFL on CBS broadcasts.
On November 30, 2015, CBS Sports released a new logo in order to coincide with the network's coverage of Super Bowl 50. The network also created a new on-air graphics package that debuted as part of the network's Super Bowl week programming. Following the game, the graphics package began to be utilized across all of their programming events, including their joint production of NCAA March Madness with Turner Sports. The Masters, which retains heavy production control over their event, will continue to use the network's older graphical style originally unveiled in 2007.
- 1 Programs throughout the years
- 2 Notable personalities (past and present)
- 3 Presidents of CBS Sports
- 4 CBS Sports Network
- 5 CBS Sports Radio
- 6 Main competitors
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Programs throughout the years
- NFL on CBS (1956–1993, 1998–present)
- PGA Tour on CBS (1970–present)
- Road to the Final Four (1981–present)
- College football (1950s–66, 1968–present)
- CBS Sports Spectacular (1960–present)
- Arena Football League (2013–present)
- PBR Built Ford Tough Series (2013–present)
- Premier Boxing Champions (2015–present)
- North American Soccer League (2016–present)
- Olympics on CBS
- College Football on CBS
- Orange Bowl (1953–1962; 1996–1998)
- Fiesta Bowl (1974–1977, 1996–1998)
- Cotton Bowl (1958–1992, 1996–1998)
- Blockbuster/CarQuest Bowl (1991–1995)
- Big Ten Conference (1982-1986)
- Pac 10 Conference (1982-1986)
- College Football Association (1987–1990)
- Big East Conference (1996–2000)
- Gator Bowl (1956–1963, 1986–1987, 2007–2010)
- Peach Bowl (1978–1986)
- Mountain West Championship Game (2013–2014)
- PGA Tour on CBS
- Tennis on CBS
- NHL on CBS (1956–1960, 1966–1972, and 1980)
- Triple Crown
- Tour de France (1987–2010)
- Pro Bowlers Tour (1998–1999)
- EliteXC (2008)
- Strikeforce (2009–2010)
Notable personalities (past and present)
- NFL on CBS – Jim Nantz, Greg Gumbel, Ian Eagle, Spero Dedes, Kevin Harlan, Andrew Catalon, Brian Anderson, Tom McCarthy, Brad Nessler
- PGA Tour on CBS – Verne Lundquist, Jim Nantz, Bill Macatee
- College Basketball on CBS– Verne Lundquist, Jim Nantz, Ian Eagle, Kevin Harlan, Spero Dedes, Brian Anderson, Andrew Catalon, Greg Gumbel
- SEC on CBS – Verne Lundquist, Brad Nessler, Carter Blackburn
- NFL on CBS – Phil Simms, Dan Fouts, Trent Green, Rich Gannon, Solomon Wilcots, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein, Tony Gonzalez, Bart Scott, Boomer Esiason, Bill Cowher, Jason La Canfora
- PGA Tour on CBS – Nick Faldo, Ian Baker-Finch, Frank Nobilo, Gary McCord
- College Basketball on CBS – Clark Kellogg, Bill Raftery, Jim Spanarkel, Dan Bonner, Mike Gminski, Bob Wenzel, Seth Davis, Doug Gottlieb, Len Elmore
- SEC on CBS – Gary Danielson, Aaron Taylor
- NFL on CBS – Tracy Wolfson, Lesley Visser
- PGA Tour on CBS – Dottie Pepper, Peter Kostis
- College Basketball on CBS – Tracy Wolfson, Lesley Visser, Allie LaForce
- SEC on CBS – Allie LaForce
- NFL on CBS – James Brown, Rich Eisen
- College Basketball on CBS – Adam Zucker, Greg Gumbel, Ernie Johnson, Jr.
- SEC on CBS – Adam Zucker
- NFL on CBS – Marv Albert, Gary Bender, Craig Bolerjack, Jack Buck, Don Criqui, Irv Cross, Mike Emrick, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Gus Johnson, Bill Macatee, Sean McDonough, Jim McKay, Tim Ryan, Ray Scott, Vin Scully, Dick Stockton, Pat Summerall, Brad Nessler, Chris Schenkel
- College Football on CBS – Gary Bender, Craig Bolerjack, Don Criqui, Frank Glieber, Brent Musburger, Brad Nessler
- College Basketball on CBS – Marv Albert, Gary Bender, Craig Bolerjack, Tim Brando, Don Criqui, Mike Emrick, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Gus Johnson, Sean McDonough, Brent Musburger, Tim Ryan, Brad Nessler
- NBA on CBS – Gary Bender, Frank Glieber, Brent Musburger, Dick Stockton
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jack Buck, Dizzy Dean, Sean McDonough, Vin Scully, Dick Stockton
- NASCAR on CBS – Chris Economaki, Ken Squier, Bill Stephens
- US Open – Bud Collins, Ian Eagle, Dick Enberg, Bill Macatee, Sean McDonough, Tim Ryan, Pat Summerall, Jack Whitaker
- NHL on CBS – Dan Kelly, Bud Palmer
- PGA Tour on CBS – Sean McDonough, Vin Scully, Pat Summerall, Brent Musburger
- Olympics on CBS – Chris Schenkel, Bud Palmer, Phil Liggett, Al Trautwig, Tim Ryan, Brad Nessler, Sean McDonough, Verne Lundquist, Mike Emrick, Ken Squier, Dick Stockton, James Brown, Ted Robinson, Gus Johnson, Gary Thorne
- Tour de France – Phil Liggett, Al Trautwig
- National Professional Soccer League – Jack Whitaker
- College Football on CBS – Craig James
- NASCAR on CBS – Buddy Baker, Neil Bonnett, David Hobbs, Ned Jarrett, Mike Joy
- NFL on CBS – Terry Bradshaw, Dan Dierdorf, John Madden, Tom Brookshier, Frank Gifford, Hank Stram, Pat Summerall
- NBA on CBS – Rick Barry, Hubie Brown, Billy Cunningham, Tom Heinsohn, Rod Hundley, Bill Russell. Mendy Rudolph, Sonny Hill. Oscar Robertson
- NHL on CBS – Fred Cusick
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jim Kaat, Tim McCarver
- College Basketball on CBS – Al McGuire, Billy Packer
- PGA Tour on CBS – Ken Venturi
- US Open – Mary Carillo, Jim Courier, John McEnroe, Tony Trabert, Virginia Wade
- National Professional Soccer League – Danny Blanchflower
- College Basketball on CBS – Bonnie Bernstein, Armen Keteyian, Sam Ryan
- NFL on CBS – Bonnie Bernstein, Jayne Kennedy, Armen Keteyian, Sam Ryan, Jimmy Snyder
- PGA Tour on CBS – Bobby Clampett, Dick Enberg, Peter Oosterhuis, Sean McDonough, Ben Wright, Jim Nelford, Jerry Pate
- NASCAR on CBS – Dave Despain, Brock Yates
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jim Gray
- College Football on CBS – Sam Ryan, Michele Tafoya
- Olympics on CBS – Harry Reasoner, Mary Carillo, Lesley Visser, Michael Barkann, Craig James, Darren Pang
- US Open – Mary Joe Fernandez, Pam Shriver, John Tesh
- NFL on CBS – Phyllis George, Brent Musburger, Pat O'Brien, Greg Gumbel
- College Basketball on CBS – Michele Tafoya, Greg Gumbel
- College Football on CBS – Tim Brando, Brent Musburger
- CBS Sports Spectacular – Jack Whitaker, Dick Stockton, Brent Musburger
- Olympics on CBS – Walter Cronkite, Tim McCarver, Paula Zahn, Greg Gumbel, Jim Nantz, Pat O'Brien, Mark McEwen, Jane Robelot, Al Trautwig, Michele Tafoya
- US Open – Tim Ryan
Behind the scenes
Presidents of CBS Sports
- Robert Wussler (1976–1978)
- Frank M. Smith, Jr. (1978–1980)
- Van Gordon Sauter (1980–1981)
- Neal Pilson (1981–1984)
- Peter Lund (1984–1986)
- Neal Pilson (1986–1994)
- David Kenin (1994–1996)
- Sean McManus (1996–2013)
- David Berson (2013–present)
CBS Sports Network
CBS Sports Network is a sports-oriented American digital cable and satellite channel that is operated by CBS Corporation through CBS Sports. Launched as the National College Sports Network in 2002, then renamed as College Sports Television in 2003, CBS's then-parent company Viacom acquired the network in 2005 and later renamed it CBS College Sports Network in 2008. The network had always focused on college sports, but in 2011, CBS rebranded the network as CBS Sports Network as a move to reposition the network to include mainstream sports—including coverage of minor professional sports leagues such as the Arena Football League and Major League Lacrosse, although college sports are still aired frequently by the network.
CBS Sports Radio
CBS Sports Radio is a sports radio network that launched on September 4, 2012 with hourly sports news updates. It began offering a full 24-hour schedule of sports talk programming on January 2, 2013. CBS Sports Radio is owned and operated by CBS Radio, a division of CBS Corporation, with Cumulus Media Networks handling distribution and marketing of the network. Sports radio stations that are owned by CBS and Cumulus Media carry part of the full schedule of programming, while eight CBS-owned stations carry network programming throughout the day. In addition to carriage on terrestrial stations, CBS Sports Radio also streams its programming on the internet.
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