As of 2015, popular sports TV channels include Big Ten Network, Golf Channel, NFL Network and MLB Network. Other popular sports channels include ESPN and CBS Sports Network.
Big Ten Network broadcasts live and recorded sporting events from the Big Ten Conference. The network broadcasts over 1,000 events every year including football, basketball, original programming and classic games.
Golf Channel is a 24-hour golf network that broadcasts U.S., European and Australian golf events. It also hosts news, instruction and original specials, such as Big Break, The Haney Project and Golf in America. The Golf Channel broadcasts over cable, satellite and wireless platforms, and is available in over 120 million homes in 83 countries throughout the world.
The NFL Network, owned by the National Football League, broadcasts over 200 live NFL games, replays of past games, college football, Europa league contests and NFL Classic games. The network broadcasts programming in standard definition, high definition and video-on-demand services through various television providers.
MLB Network is a cable and satellite broadcast destination for baseball fans. It broadcasts approximately 150 regular season games, league division series contests, spring training games and other special events. Programming includes insight and analysis from broadcasters and baseball insiders, such as Bob Costas, Peter Gammons and Harold Reynolds.