Eurosport News

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Eurosport News
Eurosport News Logo 2015.png
Launched 1 September 2000
Owned by Discovery Communications
Slogan Sport never stops (2000-2001)
Sports news anytime, anyplace (currently)
Country Europe, Asia-Pacific
Language English, Portuguese, Russian
Headquarters Asia
Sister channel(s) Eurosport 1
Eurosport 2
Website www.eurosport.com
Availability
Satellite
Foxtel (Australia) Channel 514
MTS (Russia) Channel 1104
NOS (Portugal) Channel 132
ZAP (Angola) Channel 28
ZAP (Mozambique) Channel 28
Digiturk Channel 70
K+ (Vietnam) Channel 43
Cable
Foxtel (Australia) Channel 514
Optus TV (Australia) Channel 514
NOS (Portugal) Channel 132
StarHub TV (Singapore) Channel 211
First Media (Indonesia) Channel 152
TV Cabo (Angola) Channel 28
TV Cabo (Mozambique) Channel 28
IPTV
Now TV (Hong Kong) Channel 677
TPG IPTV (Australia) Channel 677
MEO (Portugal) Channel 39
MojaTV (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Channel 36
Vodafone Tv Net Voz (Portugal) Channel 28
Singtel TV (Singapore) Channel 113 (HD)

Eurosport News is Europe's 24-hour international sports news channel part of the European sports network Eurosport, owned by Discovery Communications. It's available at 11 million homes for 54 countries worldwide.[1]

The channel launched on 1 September 2000. It features live scores, highlights, most recent breaking news and commentaries. Eurosport News runs news bulletins every 15 minutes all day long. The service combines video, text and graphics with the screen being divided into 4 sections. A video section that displays highlights and news bulletins, a breaking news ticker at the bottom and a scoring section that gives in-depth analysis of results and game stats.

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