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TNT Sports (Argentine TV channel)

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TNT Sports Argentina
CountryArgentina
Broadcast areaArgentina
HeadquartersBuenos Aires, Argentina
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerWarner Bros. Discovery Argentina
(Warner Bros. Discovery Americas)
Sister channelsGolf Channel
TNT
TNT Series
TNT Sports (Chilean TV channel)
TNT Sports (Brazil)
History
Launched25 August 2017; 6 years ago (25 August 2017)
Links
Websitetntsports.com.ar
Availability
Terrestrial
AntinaChannel 201 (HD)
Streaming media
Estadio TNT SportsWatch live

TNT Sports Argentina is a subscription television channel mainly dedicated to the broadcast of the Argentine Primera División, along with ESPN Premium, which began broadcasting on Friday, August 25, 2017, from 6:00 p.m., after the alliance of Turner and Fox by the television rights of the Argentine First Division of Argentine soccer, being replacement of the governmental program Fútbol para Todos.[1]

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History

The channel broadcasts half of the matches of each date of the Argentine Primera División and the rest of the deferred matches, which are produced by Tournaments. The channel's studios are located in La Corte, the audiovisual production company belonging to the Ceibo Group that was responsible for making the broadcasts of Fútbol para Todos since 2009 until 2017.[2][3]

Journalists of TNT Sports interview Lourdes Perez to Las Leoncitas national team after the women's hockey final at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. The channel has a similarity with the former TyC organization, since it costs AR$665 per month to watch the games.

Coverage

Current

Broadcasting rights

Football (including futsal and beach soccer)
Basketball
Padel
  • World Padel Tour

Programs

  • Futsal Libre TV
  • Fútbol femenino
  • Clásico BBVA
  • La previa
  • Lo mejor de la Fecha
  • TNT al límite
  • TNT Box (TRB Boxeo e Internacionales)
  • TNT Data Sports
  • TNT Play Sports
  • TNT Gol
  • Club Atlético TNT
  • Halcones y palomas
  • Tres Arriba
  • Primera Tapa
  • Pelota al Piso
  • De memoria
  • Último hombre
  • Nos falta un jugador
  • Generación E: Desafío eco YPF
  • Sueño Dorado
  • Tarde de campeones
  • Lo mejor de la fecha
  • Fútbol a la carta
  • Estadio TNT Sports
  • La fecha TNT
  • Interior futbolero
  • Mundo Padel
  • Historias de El Gráfico
  • La Pasión… según Sacheri
  • Artistas del Knockout
  • CNN Deportes Radio

Former

Broadcasting rights

Football (including futsal and beach soccer)

Personnels

  • Argentina Pablo Giralt
  • Argentina Hernán Feler
  • Argentina Alejandro Uriona
  • Argentina Leandro Zapponi
  • Argentina Fernando Lingiardi
  • Argentina Ariel Helueni
  • Argentina Arturo Bulián
  • Argentina Leo Gentili
  • Argentina Ignacio Fusco
  • Argentina Matías Martin
  • Colombia Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya
  • Argentina Fernando Pacini
  • Argentina Juan Pablo Varsky
  • Argentina Hernán Castillo
  • Argentina Fabián Godoy
  • Argentina Román Iucht
  • Argentina Fernando Salceda
  • Argentina Enrique Gastañaga
  • Argentina Francisco Noriega
  • Argentina Manuel Olivari
  • Argentina Antonella Valderrey
  • Argentina Ángela Lerena
  • Argentina Emiliano Espinoza
  • Argentina Gonzalo Rey
  • Argentina Federico Rodas
  • Argentina Nicolás Haase
  • Argentina Ignacio Bezruk
  • Argentina Maximiliano Grillo
  • Argentina Nicolás Fazio
  • Argentina Nicolás Latini
  • Argentina Diego Olave
  • Argentina Juan Pablo Vila
  • Argentina Nicolás Distasio
  • Argentina Diego Provenzano
  • Argentina Sebastián Larroca
  • Argentina Juani Majluf
  • Argentina Diego Della Sala
  • Argentina Martín Costa
  • Argentina Veronica Brunati
  • Argentina Paula Pallas
  • Argentina Osvaldo Principi
  • Argentina Guillermo Favale
  • Argentina Daniel Guiñazú
  • Argentina Leonardo Benatar
  • Argentina Luis Rubio
  • Argentina Rosario Cuenca
  • Argentina Mariano Peluffo
  • Argentina Magdalena Aicega
  • Argentina Florencia Maignon
  • Argentina María del Mar Onega
  • Argentina Iván Núñez Pérez
  • Argentina Augusto Sciutto
  • Argentina Martín Smith
  • Argentina Ivana Nadal
  • Argentina Jorge Rinaldi
  • Argentina Fernando Czyz
  • Argentina Martín Castilla
  • Argentina Santiago do Rego
  • Argentina Micaela Vázquez
  • Argentina Sebastián Di Nardo
  • Argentina Kevin Aiello
  • Argentina Eduardo Sacheri
  • Argentina Matías Bustos Milla
  • Argentina Chiche Almozny

Logos

See also

References

  1. ^ "Los cableoperadores modifican su grilla por Fox Sports Premium y TNT Sports". Television.com.ar (in European Spanish). Retrieved 2020-02-05.
  2. ^ "Los canales de TV que transmitirán el futbol argentino". AS Argentina (in Spanish). 2017-07-28. Retrieved 2020-02-05.
  3. ^ "Arranca la Superliga: relatores, comentaristas, hora y TV de los partidos de la primera fecha". Infobae (in European Spanish). 2017-08-25. Retrieved 2020-02-05.
  4. ^ "¡Se viene el Mundial de Clubes y lo vas a vivir por TNT Sports!". TNT Sports Argentina (in Spanish). 2019-12-06. Retrieved 2019-12-11.
  5. ^ "El Mundial de Clubes está en CDF HD y Estadio CDF". CDF (Chile) (in Spanish). 2019-12-06. Retrieved 2019-12-11.
  6. ^ "FIBA Intercontinental Cup to be distributed globally". FIBA. Retrieved 2020-02-07.

External links

This page was last edited on 4 February 2024, at 17:59
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