Sports TV Now (WITN) has launched its own sports channel.
The WITNB channel is a subscription-based streaming sports channel that provides a unique experience for fans of professional and collegiate sports across the country.
The new channel will launch on January 19 and will include a full slate of games and events including: live events, college basketball, NCAA tournament games, professional soccer, NASCAR, and the NFL Draft.
WITNs goal is to serve as a premier destination for fans to get exclusive content and experiences that will help them build their sport fan base.
“We’re excited to be launching WITn TV,” said Mike Richey, Vice President of Sports and Programming at WITns parent company, Comcast SportsNet.
“The WITniS content will help make it easier for fans across the globe to enjoy their favorite sports on-demand.”
The WITS sports channel is owned by Comcast and features exclusive programming that is exclusive to Comcast customers and is delivered to subscribers via cable or satellite.
Comcast will continue to provide exclusive access to its sports channels for cable and satellite subscribers.
WITS content will also be available on-stream via Comcast’s online sports apps.
Wits original programming, such as live, college and pro sports, will also continue to be available via its online sports app.WITn’s lineup of content includes live and pre-recorded events including NBA, NCAA basketball, and NASCAR, along with NCAA college basketball tournaments, NFL Draft, NFL Playoffs, MLB, NHL, NCAA college football and college hockey.
The Wits sports channel will also provide a new daily show and a new sports show every weekday.
The new show will air at 7:00 a.m.
ET, Monday through Friday, in addition to the regular Sports TV Show.
The show will include the sports channel’s weekly “Sports Report,” a daily news show that is broadcast on WITnn.com and is produced by WITntv, which includes former ESPN programming chief Chris Fowler.
The sports show will be hosted by former NFL Commissioner Bill Polian, as well as former ESPN Senior Producer David Falk, as the show is produced on-air by the WIT network.
The sports show is scheduled to debut on WITS.com in the spring of 2019.
Wittev and Falk will host a pre-game show at 5:00 p.m., which is the time when WITnb.com will be the first station to begin broadcasting the show.
Wittntv will also air pre-season games at 5 p..m.”WITniSi Sports Network is the world’s leading sports channel for fans in the U.S. and Canada.
With a daily lineup of over 30,000 live sports games, and a daily newscast featuring the best in sports, WITNiSi Sports has become a staple for sports fans across North America,” said Brian Stiles, Chief Content Officer of Comcast Sportsnet.
“This channel is built on the strength of WITna, our premium sports network, and we look forward to working closely with the WITS team to continue building WIT Network.”
Wittn has been a fixture in the sports media landscape for more than 20 years.
The network began as an exclusive sports cable service for NBC and later expanded to NBC Sports and Comcast Sports Networks.
WITTniSi was the first major sports network to deliver a subscription service to Comcast subscribers in 2011, and now provides more than 80,000 hours of live sports content every weekday for Comcast subscribers and NBC Sports subscribers.
For more information on WITTNiSi, visit wittn.com.