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Bally Sports Regional Networks
Bally sports logo.svg
TypeRegional sports network group
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaAvailable in most markets
(through regional affiliates)
Picture format720p (HDTV)
OwnerDiamond Sports Group
ParentSinclair Broadcast Group
Entertainment Studios
Key people
  • Steve Rosenberg (President of Local Sports, Sinclair Broadcast Group)
  • Alvin Kwan (SVP, Strategy & Business Operations)
Sister channelsStadium
Tennis Channel
LaunchedMarch 31, 2021 (14 months ago) (2021-03-31)
ReplacedFox Sports Networks
Streaming media
DirecTV StreamOver-the-top TV
Consult channel lineup or program listings source for channel availability

The Bally Sports Regional Networks[1] are a group of regional sports networks in the United States owned by Diamond Sports Group, a joint-venture company of the Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios. The naming rights to the network were sold to casino operator Bally's Corporation.

The networks were formerly known as Fox Sports Networks and operated by News Corporation for most of their existence. They were acquired by Diamond Sports from The Walt Disney Company in 2019, as Disney was required to divest them by the U.S. Department of Justice as a condition of their own acquisition of 21st Century Fox.

Launched on March 31, 2021, the networks carry regional broadcasts of sporting events from various professional, collegiate and high school sports teams. Through 19 owned-and-operated networks and several other affiliates, Bally Sports programming is available to all or part of at least 45 states, with the only notable lack of coverage existing in the Philadelphia media market, Northern California, and most of New England.



The networks of Bally Sports have a long history, with the origins of several of the networks dating back to the 1980s and 1990s, as affiliates of the Prime Network (and to a lesser degree SportsChannel). In 1996, News Corporation and Liberty Media (the owner of Prime Network) announced that the Prime Sports networks would be rebranded under the new "Fox Sports Net" brand;[2] the Prime Sports-branded affiliates were officially relaunched as Fox Sports Net on November 1 of that year.[3][4][5] In 1997, News Corp and Liberty Media also purchased a 40% stake in Cablevision/NBC's SportsChannel networks which led those networks being rebranded as part of Fox Sports Net in early 1998 and bringing the total number of owned or affiliate networks to 18.[6][7][8][9] In the years that followed, a series of other acquisitions and launches of new networks (along with a few closures) resulted in 22 owned and operated networks.

Acquisition by Diamond Sports Group from Disney

On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced their intent to acquire 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion after the spin-off of certain businesses into a new entity (initially dubbed "new Fox", but ultimately named Fox Corporation). While the acquisition was originally slated to include Fox Sports' regional operations (which, presumably, would have been re-aligned with Disney's ESPN division),[10][11] the Justice Department ordered that they be divested within 90 days of the completion of the acquisition due to the concentration of the market that ESPN would hold.[12][13]

Sinclair Broadcast Group was mentioned as the most likely buyer for the other FSN networks, but would need the assistance of a private equity firm to help raise the cash needed for the purchase.[14][15] The group's other sports properties included Stadium—a national sports network distributed via over-the-air digital television and internet streaming, Tennis Channel, as well as Marquee—a then-upcoming RSN devoted to the Chicago Cubs.[16]

On May 3, Sinclair officially announced that via its subsidiary Diamond Sports Group, it had agreed to purchase the networks for $10.6 billion, pending regulatory approval. At the same time, it was also revealed that Entertainment Studios would hold an equity stake in the company and serve as a "content partner".[17]

The sale was completed on August 22, 2019 and included 21 of the 22 networks. The networks continued to temporarily use the Fox Sports branding under a transitional license agreement with Fox Corporation; Sinclair CEO Chris Ripley stated that there were plans to eventually rebrand them under either a new name, or to "partner with a brand who wants more exposure". There were also plans to increase non-event programming, and emphasis on sports betting in its programming.[18]

Due to a clause in the original sale,[19] Yankee Global Enterprises had a right of first refusal to purchase Fox's share in YES Network.[20] On August 29, 2019, an investor group including the Yankees, Sinclair, Amazon, and The Blackstone Group purchased Disney's 80% stake in the network for $3.47 billion.[21] Sinclair's share of the network is 20%.[22]

FuboTV dropped the channels in January 2020,[23] and YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV followed in October 2020.[24][25] On November 4, 2020, Sinclair took a $4.23 billion write-down on the FSN purchase.[26] Sinclair announced in December 2020 that it plans to launch its own direct-to-consumer streaming service, including live streaming of its linear sports networks, in 2021.[27]

Rebranding as Bally Sports

On November 17, 2020, it was reported by Sportico that Sinclair was considering rebranding the networks via a naming rights agreement, and was reportedly in talks with multiple companies involved in sports betting.[28] The next day, Sinclair announced that it had entered into an agreement with casino operator Bally's Corporation to acquire the naming rights under a 10-year deal. This agreement will include integration of Bally's content on the channels and other Sinclair properties (including its television stations, Stadium, and Tennis Channel), and a warrant giving Sinclair the option to acquire a 14.9% stake in Bally's Corporation, and up to 24.9% if performance criteria are met.[29]

On January 27, 2021, Sinclair announced that the networks would be rebranded as Bally Sports on March 31.[30] Fox Sports Carolinas and Fox Sports Tennessee were discontinued, with any unique sports programming moved to the Bally Sports South and Southeast channels. To better reflect their target markets, Prime Ticket and SportsTime Ohio were also rebranded as Bally Sports SoCal and Bally Sports Great Lakes, respectively.[31][32]

In preparation for the rebrand, new studio sets were constructed at all of FSN's outlets, while Drive Studio produced a new on-air graphics package for the networks—building upon a package it had previously developed for Marquee. On-air graphics feature a new consistent scorebug in the bottom-left of the screen, which is combined into the ticker. Executive vice president Michael Connelly explained that the setup was designed to eventually allow for the integration of sports betting-related information such as lines and props.[33][34]

On Opening Day, the newly-rebranded channels aired a joint special, Bally Sports Big Opening Day. It was produced by Stadium, hosted by Michael Kim, Bally Sports SoCal’s Kristina Pink and Bally Sports Southeast’s Eric Collins, and featured coverage of teams and events across Bally Sports and Sinclair's sports networks.[35]



Network Region served Formerly
operated as
Bally Sports Arizona Arizona
New Mexico
Southern Nevada
Fox Sports Arizona (1996–2021)
Bally Sports Detroit Michigan
Northwestern Ohio
Northeastern Indiana
Northeast Wisconsin
Fox Sports Detroit (1997–2021)
Bally Sports Florida Florida SportsChannel Florida (1987–2000)
Fox Sports Florida (2000–2021)
Bally Sports Great Lakes Ohio
Northwestern Pennsylvania
Southwestern New York
parts of Kentucky & West Virginia
SportsTime Ohio (2006–2021) Shares programming with sister network Bally Sports Ohio.
Bally Sports Indiana Indiana Fox Sports Indiana (2006–2021) Shares programming with sister network Bally Sports Midwest.
Bally Sports Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri
Fox Sports Kansas City (2008–2021) Kansas City Royals have a minority interest. Shares programming with sister network Bally Sports Midwest.
Bally Sports Midwest Missouri
southern Illinois
Prime Sports Midwest (1989–1996)
Fox Sports Midwest (1996–2021)
St. Louis Cardinals have 30% equity stake. Shares programming with sister networks Bally Sports Indiana and Bally Sports Kansas City.
Bally Sports New Orleans Louisiana Fox Sports New Orleans (2012–2021) Carries programming from sister network Bally Sports Southwest.
Bally Sports North Minnesota
North Dakota
South Dakota
Midwest Sports Channel (1989–2001)
Fox Sports North (2001–2021)
Bally Sports Ohio Ohio
Eastern Indiana
Northeastern Pennsylvania
Southwestern New York
parts of West Virginia
SportsChannel Ohio (1989–1998)
Fox Sports Ohio (1998–2021)
Separate subfeeds exist for the Cincinnati and Cleveland markets with the Reds having partial ownership in the Cincinnati feed of the network.
Bally Sports Oklahoma Oklahoma Fox Sports Oklahoma (2008–2021) Carries programming from sister network Bally Sports Southwest.
Bally Sports San Diego San Diego County
Imperial County
Coachella Valley
Las Vegas Valley
Southern Arizona
Fox Sports San Diego (2012–2021) San Diego Padres have 20% equity stake. Carries programming from sister networks Bally Sports SoCal and Bally Sports West.
Bally Sports SoCal Southern California
Southern Nevada
Fox Sports West 2 (1997–2006)
Prime Ticket (2006–2021)
Shares programming with sister network Bally Sports San Diego.
Bally Sports South Georgia
North Carolina
South Carolina
SportSouth (1990–1996)
Fox Sports South (1996–2021)
Shares broadcast rights with sister network Bally Sports Southeast.
Bally Sports Southeast Georgia
South Carolina
Western North Carolina
Turner South (1999–2006)
SportSouth (2006–2015)
Fox Sports Southeast (2015–2021)
Shares broadcast rights with sister network Bally Sports South.
Bally Sports Southwest Texas
northern Louisiana
parts of New Mexico
Home Sports Entertainment (1983–1994)
Prime Sports Southwest (1994–1996)
Fox Sports Southwest (1996–2021)
Texas Rangers have 10% equity stake.
Bally Sports Sun Florida Sunshine Network (1988–2004)
Sun Sports (2004–2015)
Fox Sports Sun (2015–2021)
Shares broadcast rights with sister network Bally Sports Florida.
Bally Sports West Southern California
Southern Nevada
Prime Ticket (1985–1994)
Prime Sports West (1994–1996)
Fox Sports West (1996–2021)
Los Angeles Angels have 25% equity stake. Shares programming with sister network Bally Sports San Diego.
Bally Sports Wisconsin Wisconsin
western Upper Peninsula of Michigan
eastern Minnesota
northwestern Illinois
Fox Sports Wisconsin (2007–2021) Carries some programming from sister network Bally Sports North. Brewers obtained minority interest in 2021.


Network Region served Formerly
operated as
AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
West Virginia
parts of Maryland, Kentucky, and Ohio
KBL Entertainment Network (1986–1994)
Prime Sports KBL (1994–1996)
Fox Sports Pittsburgh (1996–2011)
Root Sports Pittsburgh (2011–2017)
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain/Rocky Mountain West Colorado
New Mexico
parts of Arizona, California, Idaho, Nebraska, and South Dakota
Prime Sports Network (1988–1990)
Prime Sports Rocky Mountain (1990–1996)
Fox Sports Rocky Mountain (1996–2011)
Root Sports Rocky Mountain (2011–2017)
Marquee Sports Network Illinois
parts of Wisconsin
Co-owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group and Chicago Cubs.
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network Maryland
Washington, D.C.
North Carolina
South Central Pennsylvania
parts of West Virginia
Most programming is carried on MASN2.
MSG Plus/MSG Network New York
northern New Jersey
northeast Pennsylvania
southern Connecticut
Cablevision Sports 3 (1976–1979)
SportsChannel New York (1979–1998)
FSN New York (1998–2008)
Select programming airs instead on YES Network.
Root Sports Northwest Washington
Western Idaho
Northwest Cable Sports (1988–1990)
Prime Sports Northwest (1990–1996)
Fox Sports Northwest (1996–2011)

Teams by network

Network MLB NBA NHL Other Teams from neighboring networks
(Availability may be limited)
Bally Sports Arizona Arizona Diamondbacks Phoenix Suns Arizona Coyotes Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) San Diego Padres (MLB) (San Diego)
Bally Sports Detroit Detroit Tigers Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Lions (NFL)*
Bally Sports Florida Miami Marlins Orlando Magic Florida Panthers
Bally Sports Great Lakes Cleveland Guardians Columbus Crew SC (MLS)
Cleveland Browns (NFL)*
Cleveland Cavaliers (Ohio)
Columbus Blue Jackets (Ohio)
Bally Sports Indiana Indiana Pacers Indiana Fever (WNBA) Cincinnati Reds (MLB) (Ohio)
Detroit Pistons (NBA) (Detroit)
St. Louis Blues (NHL) (Midwest)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (Midwest)
Bally Sports Kansas City Kansas City Royals Sporting Kansas City (MLS) Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) (North)
Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA) (Oklahoma)
St. Louis Blues (NHL) (Midwest)
Bally Sports Midwest St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Blues Kansas City Royals (MLB) (Kansas City)
Indiana Pacers (NBA) (Indiana)
Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) (Southeast)
Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) (North)
Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA) (Oklahoma)
Bally Sports New Orleans New Orleans Pelicans Dallas Stars (NHL) (Southwest)
Texas Rangers (MLB) (Southwest)
Bally Sports North Minnesota Twins Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Wild Minnesota Lynx (WNBA)
Minnesota Vikings (NFL)*
Minnesota United FC (MLS)
Bally Sports Ohio Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Cavaliers Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Crew SC (MLS)
Bally Sports Oklahoma Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas Stars (NHL) (Southwest)
Kansas City Royals (MLB) (Kansas City)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (Midwest)
Texas Rangers (MLB) (Southwest)
Bally Sports San Diego San Diego Padres Anaheim Ducks (NHL) (SoCal)
Arizona Coyotes (NHL) (Arizona)
Los Angeles Angels (MLB) (West)
Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) (SoCal)
Los Angeles Kings (NHL) (West)
Bally Sports SoCal Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Clippers Anaheim Ducks
Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Rams (NFL)*
San Diego Padres (MLB) (San Diego)
Bally Sports South Atlanta Braves Carolina Hurricanes
Nashville Predators
Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
Atlanta United FC (MLS)
Cincinnati Reds (MLB) (Ohio)
Indiana Pacers (NBA) (Indiana)
New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) (New Orleans)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (Midwest)
Bally Sports Southeast Atlanta Braves Atlanta Hawks
Charlotte Hornets
Memphis Grizzlies
Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
Atlanta United FC (MLS)
Cincinnati Reds (MLB) (Ohio)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (Midwest)
Bally Sports Southwest Texas Rangers Dallas Mavericks
San Antonio Spurs
Dallas Stars Kansas City Royals (MLB) (Kansas City)
Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) (Southeast)
Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA) (Oklahoma)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (Midwest)
Bally Sports Sun Tampa Bay Rays Miami Heat Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL)*
Bally Sports West Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Clippers† Anaheim Ducks†
Los Angeles Kings
San Diego Padres (MLB) (San Diego)
Bally Sports Wisconsin Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Bucks Minnesota Wild (NHL) (North)
Minnesota United FC (MLS) (North)

*team-related shows and/or replays only
†occasional games

National programming

  • College Football, produced by sister network Stadium and distributed by Bally Sports.[36]
  • College Basketball, produced by sister network Stadium and distributed by Bally Sports.[37]
  • The college basketball Orange Bowl, produced by Bally Sports.[38]
  • ACC telecasts, including college basketball, college football, college soccer, college lacrosse, college softball, college baseball and college field hockey, produced by Raycom Sports in tandem with Bally Sports. These telecasts are distributed through separate agreements.
  • MVC telecasts, including college basketball, college soccer, college lacrosse, college softball, college baseball and college field hockey, produced by LTN Global Communications in tandem with Bally Sports. (Only distributed in the midwest) [39]
  • Oklahoma Sooners telecasts, including college basketball, college softball and college baseball.[40]
  • Association of Volleyball Professionals, owned by Bally's Corporation.[41]
  • Inside the Association, produced by Stadium.[42]
  • World Poker Tour.[43]
  • Kwik Trip Holiday Face-Off, college hockey produced by Bally Sports.[44]
  • Tennis tournaments, produced by Tennis Channel.[45]
  • Live on the Line, produced by Stadium.
  • The Rally, produced by Stadium.
  • American Ninja Warrior.

See also


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