FSN Ohio

FSN Ohio

Infobox TV channel
name = FSN Ohio
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launch = 1989 (as SportsChannel Ohio)
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network = Fox Sports Net
owner = News Corp
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country = United States
broadcast area = Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Northwest Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Southwest New York
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former names = SportsChannel Ohio (1989-1998)
Fox Sports Ohio (1998-2000)
Fox Sports Net Ohio (2000-2004)
FSN Ohio (2004-2008)
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web = [http://msn.foxsports.com/regional/ohio FSN Ohio on MSN]
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sat serv 1 = DirecTV
sat chan 1 = 660 (SD) / 660-1 (HD) (Cleveland feed), 661 (SD), 661-1 (HD) (Cincinnati feed)
sat serv 2 = Dish Network
sat chan 2 = 425 (SD) / 5425 (HD) (Cleveland feed), 427 (SD) / 5427 (HD) (Cincinnati feed)
cable serv 1 = Available on select cable systems
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Fox Sports Ohio (stylized as "FSOHIO"), formerly FSN Ohio and SportsChannel Ohio, is a cable channel in Ohio (with the exception of the Toledo, where Fox Sports Detroit is carried along with FS Ohio, as well as some central eastern counties where FS Pittsburgh is carried), parts of Indiana, Kentucky, Northwest Pennsylvania, the border communities of West Virginia (FS Pittsburgh owning the rights to most of the state), and extreme Southwest New York.

Teams carried by FS Ohio include the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets, the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, MLB's Cincinnati Reds, the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters, the AFL's Cleveland Gladiators, and men's basketball games from Xavier University, and University of Cincinnati Basketball. FSN Ohio also broadcasts Mid-American Conference football and basketball.

Prior to the Cleveland Indians starting SportsTime Ohio in the 2006 season, Cleveland Indians games were on FSN Ohio.

There are actually two feeds of FS Ohio. One is based out of Cleveland, the other out of Cincinnati, and both cater to the sports scenes in their respective markets. During the 2007 Ohio High School Athletic Association football season, both FS Ohio channels had a game of the week for their area, airing on Thursday nights.

With two FS Ohio channels, this can cause conflict for Columbus, which is between both Cleveland and Cincinnati. When two teams are playing at the same time (usual combinations being Columbus Blue Jackets and Cleveland Cavaliers, Blue Jackets and Cincinnati Reds, and Reds and Cavaliers), the Central Ohio-area cable systems usually assign one game to the actual FS Ohio channel, then assign the second game to an alternate channel on its cable lineup. (Time Warner Cable, for instance, usually has Blue Jackets games on the actual FS Ohio channel, found on channel 33. The Cavaliers are usually on channel 33, but in times of conflict with the Blue Jackets, they move to the customer service channel, found on channel 24.)

Professional Sports Teams on FS Ohio

*Cleveland Cavaliers (1990-present)
*Cleveland Gladiators (2008-present)
*Cleveland Indians (1990-October 2, 2005)
*Cincinnati Reds (1991-present)
*Columbus Blue Jackets (2000-present)
*Columbus Destroyers (2004-present)
*Lake Erie Monsters (2007-present)



*Jeff Brantley: Cincinnati Reds Color Commentary
*Thom Brennaman: Cincinnati Reds Play-by-Play
*Austin Carr: Cavaliers Color Analyst
*Jim Day: Blue Jackets Live, Reds Live
*Danny Gare: Columbus Blue Jackets Color Commentary
*George Grande: Cincinnati Reds Play-by-Play
*Brad Johansen: Xavier Musketeers basketball Play-by-Play
*Jeff Hogan: Blue Jackets Live
*Kendall Lewis: Co-host of Cleveland Rants
*Chris Longo: Lake Erie Monsters Color Analyst
*Fred McLeod: Cleveland Cavaliers Play-by-Play
*John Michael: Lake Erie Monsters Play-by-Play
*Jeff Phelps: Cavaliers Live
*Campy Russell: Cavaliers LIve
*Jeff Piecoro: Reds Live
*Michael Reghi: Browns Camp, Browns Table
*Jeff Rimer: Columbus Blue Jackets Play-by-Play
*Chris Welsh: Cincinnati Reds Color Commentary
*Steve Wolf: Xavier Musketeers basketball Color Commentary


*Neil Bender
*Mike Pagel
*Matt Underwood
*Andy Baskin
*Rick Manning
*Mike Hegan
*John Sanders
* Katie Pollack
*Scott Williams: Cleveland Cavaliers Color Commentary

FS Ohio Shows

*Access Cavaliers November 2006-Present
*Bearcat Sports Weekly 2008-Present
*Blue Jackets Ice Cap ????-April 2007
*Blue Jackets Live October 2007-Present
*Browns Camp July 2006-Present
*Browns Table September 14, 2006- Present
*Cavaliers Countdown ????-2006
*Cavaliers Live 2006-Present
*Cavaliers in the Post ????-2006
*Cleveland Rants 2006-Present
*Cavaliers Showcase Replays ????-Present
*Ice Breaker ????-Present
*Indians Post Game Report ????-October 2, 2005
*Reds Live 2007-Present
*Tribe Time ????-October 2, 2005

Former Logos

External links

* [http://msn.foxsports.com/regional/ohio FSN Ohio on MSN] (Official Site)
* [http://msn.foxsports.com/id/4568191 FSN Ohio On Air Talent]
* [http://msn.foxsports.com/id/5455648 Cleveland Rants Homepage]
* [http://www.enquirer.com/xavier/2004/11/04/xutv.html Xavier, FSN extend TV agreement] from "The Cincinnati Enquirer"
* [http://gobearcats.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/080708aaa.html FSN Ohio and UC Enter Into Exclusive Cable Programming Partnership] from "University of Cincinnati Department of Athletics

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