Buckeye Cable Sports Network
|Launched||January 7, 2004|
|Owned by||Block Communications|
|Slogan||Every Day is Gameday|
|Broadcast area||Toledo, Ohio|
|Buckeye Broadband||8 (SD)
The station airs Toledo Mud Hens games, BGSU ice hockey and other BGSU sports, University of Toledo sports, high school sports including the Northwest Hockey Conference, college basketball, and other sports games. The network also had broadcast rights to carry the Cleveland Indians. Previously BCSN carried Toledo Storm hockey games from 2004 to 2007 and starting in 2009, the network began carrying every home game of the Toledo Walleye ECHL hockey team. On April 14, 2011, BCSN began broadcasting some of its sports games in 1080i high definition. All Toledo Mud Hens and Toledo Walleye games are broadcast live in high definition. On August 23, 2012, BCSN began broadcasting its standard-definition channel in 16:9 letterbox.
Several Toledo Rockets football games broadcast on BCSN since 2009 have also been broadcast on WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, in Detroit as lead-in to ABC's college football coverage. Starting in 2014, additional Rockets football games broadcast on BCSN will also be broadcast on WMYD due to that station becoming sister to WXYZ-TV.
On January 7, 2013, BCSN launched BCSN 2.
Beginning in fall 2013, BCSN began a media partnership with ABC-affiliate WTVG, resulting in the largest television sports team in the Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan viewing area. The partnership also includes BCSN using the WTVG studios for some of its on-air sports shows.
- Sports Nightly
- Local Catch
- Sunday Night at the Races
- Your Shape Up
- Rocket Roundup
- BG All-Access
- Turner, Kris (14 December 2012). "BCSN terminates relationship with WTOL over level of service". Toledo Blade. Retrieved 30 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Lenzi, Rachel (20 December 2012). "Buckeye CableSystem to debut BCSN 2 in January". Toledo Blade. Retrieved 30 December 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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