CCTV-5

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CCTV-5 体育
CCTV-5体育.png
Launched 1 January 1995
Network China Central Television
Owned by China Central Television
Picture format 576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Country China China
Broadcast area National
Headquarters China Central Television Headquarters, Beijing CBD, Beijing China China
Formerly called CCTV Olympics during Summer Olympics since 2004
Website CCTV-5
Availability
Terrestrial
CCTV Analog (PAL-D) Channel 5 (SD)
CCTV Digital (MUX3) Channel 5 (SD)/505(HD)
Satellite
Apstar 6 CBTV Sat (12275 V, SR 27500, FEC 7/8)
Chinasat 6A 3720 H, SR 27500, FEC 3/4 (encrypted by VideoGuard, video encoded with AVS+)
Chinasat 6B 3880 H, SR 27500, FEC 3/4 (encrypted by VideoGuard) [1][2]
Streaming media
CNTV Ai Bugu CCTV-5

CCTV-5 (Chinese: 中国中央电视台体育频道), also known as the Sports Channel, part of the China Central Television family of networks, is the main sports broadcaster in the People's Republic of China. CCTV-5 began broadcasting on 1 January 1995. CCTV-5 now broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Current sports coverage[edit]

Logo of CCTV-5 during Summer Olympic Games (since 2004)

CCTV-5 has coverage of the following sports leagues, teams, and events:

Multi-sports games
Australian Rules Football
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Cycling
Football
Golf
Handball
Ice Hockey
MMA
Rugby Union
Snooker
Surfing
Table Tennis
Tennis
Volleyball

Past Coverage[edit]

Past Coverage As CCTV-FIFA World Cup[edit]

Past Coverage As CCTV-UEFA Euro[edit]

Programmes[edit]

  • Who is the [Dance] King? [谁是舞王]
  • Sports News [体育咖吧]
  • Wushu Masters [武林大会]
  • Chinese Longzhou Tournament [中华龙舟大赛]
  • Who is the [Football] King? [谁是球王]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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