Sportsnet Pacific

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Sportsnet Pacific
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Network Sportsnet
Owned by Rogers Media, a division of Rogers Communications
(Rogers Sportsnet Inc.)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
(HD feed downgraded to letterboxed 480i for SDTVs)
Slogan Fueled By Fans
Country Canada
Broadcast area British Columbia
and the Yukon
National (via satellite)
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Formerly called CTV Sportsnet Pacific
(1998–2000)
Rogers Sportsnet Pacific
(2001-2011)
Sister channel(s) TV:
CHNM-DT, CKVU-DT, Sportsnet Vancouver Hockey, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet 360
Radio:
CKWX, CJAX-FM, CKKS-FM
Website Sportsnet Pacific
Availability
Satellite
Bell TV Channel 407 (SD)
Channel 1407 (HD)
Shaw Direct Channel 120 / 419 (SD)
Channel 106 / 315 (HD)
Cable
Northwestel Cable
(Yukon)
Channel 47 (SD)
Channel 730 (HD)
Shaw Cable
(BC only)
Channels vary (SD)
Channel 223 (HD)
Available on most BC cable systems. Check local listings,
channels may vary
IPTV
Optik TV Channel 911 (HD)
Channel 9911 (SD)
Zazeen Channel 63 (HD)

Sportsnet Pacific is a Canadian regional sports specialty channel owned by Rogers Communications serving British Columbia and the Yukon territory. It is one of four Sportsnet regional feeds.

It is the main television channel of the Vancouver Canucks also aired on its companion channel, Sportsnet Vancouver Hockey and the Toronto Blue Jays, although the latter is carried nationally.

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Sportsnet Pacific HD[edit]

Sportsnet Pacific launched its high definition (HD) service on December 3, 2008.[1] Prior to this, Sportsnet had operated one national feed that was primarily a simulcast of Sportsnet Ontario, carrying nationally televised events, or separate content from other regional feeds. This feed was launched on September 1, 2003.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sportsnet HD Pacific and West now have a dedicated HD channel". Digital Home. December 3, 2008. Retrieved August 24, 2014. 

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