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Turner Sports
Turner Sports
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Division of: Turner Broadcasting System
Key people: Lenny Daniels (President)[1]
Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia
Major broadcasting contracts: MLB
NBA
PGA Championship
NCAA March Madness
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Parent: Time Warner

Turner Sports is the division of Turner Broadcasting System (a subsidiary of Time Warner) responsible for sports broadcasts on Turner channels including TBS, TNT, TruTV, and CNN en Español (for occasional Spanish language simulcasts), and for operating the digital media outlets NCAA.com, NBA.com, PGATOUR.com and PGA.com. Turner Sports also operates NBA TV on behalf of the National Basketball Association.

In August 2012, Turner Sports bought Time Warner acquired this sports news website Bleacher Report for an estimated value of close to $200 million.[2]

In March 2018, Turner Sports announced to launch B/R Live, a subscription video streaming service, featuring live broadcasts of several sports events.[3]

Turner also owned Peachtree TV, the former WTBS, which was the longtime home of Atlanta Braves Baseball. This relationship ended after the 2013 season. Peachtree was itself sold to its operator, Meredith Corporation in 2017.

Current properties

Other television properties

Turner Sports Interactive

  • NCAA.com
    • Starting with the 2010-11 academic year and continuing through 2031-32, Turner has digital rights to all NCAA championships across all divisions in all sports except football. Under the deal, Turner also manages NCAA.com.[10]
  • NBA.com
  • PGA.com
  • Bleacher Report
  • Holyfield.co

Other

Former properties

Turner South

CNNSI

TBS

TNT

Notable Turner Sports personalities (past and present)

^deceased

See also

Notes and references


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