CBS Sports is the sports division of the American television network CBS. Its headquarters are in the CBS Building on W 52nd Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, with programs produced out of Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center on W 57th Street.
|Key people||Sean McManus (Chairman)|
George Cheeks (Chairman and CEO, CBS Entertainment Group)
Bob Bakish (President and CEO, ViacomCBS)
|Headquarters||New York City|
|Major broadcasting contracts|
|Sister network||CBS Sports Network|
CBS Sports HQ
CBS' premier sports properties include the National Football League (NFL), Southeastern Conference (SEC) football, NCAA Division I college basketball (including telecasts of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament), and PGA Tour golf, including the Masters Tournament and the PGA Championship.
The online arm of CBS Sports is CBSSports.com. CBS purchased SportsLine.com in 2004, and today CBSSports.com is part of CBS Interactive. On February 26, 2018, following up on the success of their online news network CBSN, CBS Sports launched CBS Sports HQ, a 24/7, online only, linear sports news network. The network focuses entirely on sports news, results, highlights and analysis. (CBS Sports college sports and golf programming that it distributes over the air is generally made available for free via separate streams, as are a limited number of NFL national telecasts; the remainder requires a Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access) subscription to be viewed online, with CBS Sports Network programming requiring a TV Everywhere subscription.)
CBS Sports was honored at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Media Technology for Synchronous Enhancement of Original Television Content for Interactive Use for its program March Madness on Demand.
On August 31, 2013, CBS Sports rolled out its previous graphics and animation package that was first used in the network's coverage of Super Bowl XLVII. Additionally, in compliance with the Active Format Description #10 code, CBS Sports switched to a 16:9 aspect ratio letterbox presentation used for all sports programming, including the SEC on CBS and the NFL on CBS broadcasts.
On November 30, 2015, CBS Sports released a new logo in order to coincide with the network's coverage of Super Bowl 50. The network also created a new on-air graphics package that debuted as part of the network's Super Bowl week programming. Following the game, the graphics package began to be utilized across all of their programming events, including their joint production of NCAA March Madness with Turner Sports. The Masters, which retains heavy production control over their event, continued to use the network's older graphical style originally unveiled in 2007 until 2019, when they debuted a new graphics package. Also, the network's Thursday Night Football game broadcasts continued to use the graphical style originally used since its debut in 2014 until its rights to that package expired in 2018.
On January 30, 2021, CBS Sports updated its logo to match that of other divisions within the CBS Entertainment Group. It would also unveil a new graphics package the following weekend, when producing Super Bowl LV similar to the one used on March Madness and Turner Sports. Beginning with the weekend of August 28th, 2021, the new graphics that debuted during the network's Super Bowl coverage that February is now used full-time for football coverage across both CBS and CBS Sports Network.
Programs throughout the yearsEdit
- PGA Tour on CBS (1956–present)
- CBS Sports Spectacular (1960–present)
- College football (1950–1966, 1968–present)
- College Basketball on CBS (1981–present)
- NFL on CBS (1956–1993, 1998–present)
- PBR on CBS (2013–present)
- Big3 (2019–present)
- Tennis on CBS
- Major League Rugby Finals (2019–present)
- Soccer on CBS Sports
- WNBA (2020–present)
- Formula E (2021–present)
- Superstar Racing Experience (2021–present)
- Combate Global (2021–present)
- Major League Baseball on CBS (1947–1950, 1955–1965, 1990–1993)
- Thoroughbred Racing on CBS (1952–1985)
- Little League World Series (1953)
- College Football on CBS
- Orange Bowl (1953–1961; 1996–1998)
- Gator Bowl (1956–1963, 1986–1987, 2007–2010)
- Cotton Bowl Classic (1958–1992, 1996–1998)
- Blue-Gray Football Classic (1965)
- Fiesta Bowl (1974–1977, 1996–1998)
- Blockbuster/CarQuest Bowl (1991–1995)
- Peach Bowl (1978–1985)
- Big Ten Conference (1982–1986)
- Pac-10 Conference (1982–1986)
- College Football Association (1987–1990)
- Big East Conference (1996–2000)
- Navy–Notre Dame (1996–2018, even-numbered years only)
- Mountain West Championship Game (2013–2014)
- Division I-AA Championship Game (1982, 1990–1994)
- Arizona Bowl (2020)
- NFL on CBS (1956–1993, 1998–present)
- NBA on CBS (1973–1990)
- NHL on CBS (1956–1960, 1966–1972, and 1980)
- Olympics on CBS
- NASCAR on CBS (1960–2000)
- National Professional Soccer League (1967)
- Tennis on CBS
- North American Soccer League (1969, 1974–1976)
- 1974 FIFA World Cup
- Formula One (1960-1961, 1977–1981, 1983–1988, 2005-2006)
- NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship (1982–1995)
- NCAA Tightrope Championships (1985-2003)
- Tour de France (1987–2010)
- College World Series on CBS (1988–2002)
- Championship Auto Racing Teams (1989–1991, 2002–2003, 2005–2007)
- Indy Racing League (1997–1998)
- Professional Bowlers Tour (1998–1999)
- PGA Tour on CBS
- American Le Mans Series (2005–2006, 2010)
- Elite Xtreme Combat (2008)
- Strikeforce (2009–2010)
- Major League Lacrosse (2013–2017)
- Arena Football League on CBS (2013–2018)
- Alliance of American Football (2019)
Notable personalities (past and present)Edit
- NFL on CBS – Jim Nantz, Ian Eagle, Kevin Harlan, Greg Gumbel, Andrew Catalon, Spero Dedes, Tom McCarthy, Beth Mowins
- PGA Tour on CBS – Jim Nantz, Andrew Catalon, Verne Lundquist
- College Football on CBS Sports – Brad Nessler, Noah Eagle, Rich Waltz, John Sadak, Jason Horowitz
- College Basketball on CBS – Jim Nantz, Ian Eagle, Kevin Harlan, Spero Dedes, Andrew Catalon, Carter Blackburn, Brad Nessler, John Sadak, Tom McCarthy, Rich Waltz
- NCAA March Madness – Jim Nantz, Brian Anderson, Ian Eagle, Kevin Harlan, Brad Nessler, Spero Dedes, Andrew Catalon, Carter Blackburn, Tom McCarthy, Lisa Byington
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League on CBS - Clive Tyldesley, Peter Drury, Simon Brotherton, Joe Speight, Martin Tyler, Tony Jones, Steve Bower, Daniel Mann, Derek Rae, Guy Mowbray, Steve Wilson, Jonathan Pearce, Jim Proudfoot, Phil Blacker, Kevin Keatings
- BIG3 – Brian Custer, Carter Blackburn, Ed Cohen
- NFL on CBS – Tony Romo, Charles Davis, Trent Green, Adam Archuleta, James Lofton, Jay Feely, Tiki Barber, Gene Steratore
- PGA Tour on CBS – Sir Nick Faldo, Ian Baker-Finch, Trevor Immelman, Frank Nobilo
- College Football on CBS Sports – Gary Danielson, Rick Neuheisel, Aaron Taylor, Gene Steratore, Aaron Murray
- College Basketball on CBS - Grant Hill, Clark Kellogg, Bill Raftery, Dan Bonner, Jim Spanarkel, Steve Lappas, Gene Steratore, Pete Gillen
- NCAA March Madness – Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Jim Jackson, Jim Spanarkel, Reggie Miller, Dan Bonner, Steve Lavin, Avery Johnson, Brendan Haywood, Steve Lappas, Debbie Antonelli, Steve Smith, Wally Szcerbiak, Gene Steratore
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League on CBS - Andy Townsend, Jim Beglin, Jermaine Jenas, Robert Green, Alan Smith, David Pleat, Neil Mellor, Stewart Robson, Lee Dixon, Efan Ekoku, Tony Dorigo, David Prutton, Gary Neville
- BIG3 – Jim Jackson, Lisa Leslie (when not coaching), Avery Johnson
- NFL on CBS – Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn, Melanie Collins, Jay Feely, Amanda Balionis, A.J. Ross, Sherree Burress
- The NFL Today – Jason La Canfora
- PGA Tour on CBS – Dottie Pepper, Amanda Balionis
- College Football on CBS Sports – Jamie Erdahl, Jenny Dell, Sherree Burress
- College Basketball on CBS - Tracy Wolfson, Jamie Erdahl, Dana Jacobson, Evan Washburn
- NCAA March Madness – Tracy Wolfson, Allie LaForce, Jamie Erdahl, Dana Jacobson, Evan Washburn, Lisa Byington, Lauren Shehadi, A.J. Ross
- BIG3 – John Salley
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League on CBS - Seema Jaswal, Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein
- The NFL Today – James Brown
- College Football on CBS Sports – Adam Zucker, Brent Stover
- Inside College Basketball – Greg Gumbel, Adam Zucker, Dana Jacobson
- Road to the Final Four – Greg Gumbel, Ernie Johnson, Adam Zucker, Adam Lefkoe, Matt Winer
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League on CBS - Kate Abdo, Jules Breach
- The NFL Today – Nate Burleson, Bill Cowher, Boomer Esiason, Phil Simms
- College Football on CBS Sports – Brian Jones, Rick Neuheisel, Houston Nutt
- Inside College Basketball – Clark Kellogg, Seth Davis, Wally Szczerbiak, Danny Granger
- Road to the Final Four – Clark Kellogg, Seth Davis, Wally Szczerbiak, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, Brendan Haywood, Candace Parker, Dwyane Wade, Andy Katz, Jon Rothstein, Jim Jackson
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League on CBS - Jamie Carragher, Peter Schmeichel, Micah Richards, Alex Scott, Ruud Gullit, Roberto Martinez
- NFL on CBS – Marv Albert, Brian Anderson, Gary Bender, Jack Buck, Don Criqui, Irv Cross, Mike Emrick, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Mike Gorman, Gus Johnson, Craig Bolerjack, Verne Lundquist, Bill Macatee, Sean McDonough, Brent Musburger, Gary Bender, Jim McKay, Tim Ryan, Ted Robinson, Ray Scott, Chris Schenkel, Vin Scully, Dick Stockton, Don Criqui, Pat Summerall, Chris Schenkel, Dave Sims, Michele Tafoya, Gary Thorne, Steve Zabriskie
- Thursday Night Football – Jim Nantz, Greg Gumbel, Ian Eagle, Kevin Harlan
- PGA Tour on CBS – Sean McDonough, Brent Musburger, Vin Scully, Pat Summerall
- SEC on CBS – Gary Bender, Craig Bolerjack, Don Criqui, Frank Glieber, Verne Lundquist, Brent Musburger
- College Basketball on CBS – Gary Bender, Bob Carpenter, Irv Cross, Jim Durham, Mike Emrick, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Mike Gorman, Bill Macatee, Jim McKay, Sean McDonough, Brent Musburger, Tim Ryan, Ted Robinson, Ray Scott, Chris Schenkel, Vin Scully, Dave Sims, Pat Summerall, Michele Tafoya, Gary Thorne, Steve Zabriskie
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jack Buck, Dizzy Dean, Sean McDonough, Vin Scully, Dick Stockton
- NBA on CBS – Gary Bender, Bob Carpenter, Irv Cross, Jim Durham, Mike Emrick, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Mike Gorman, Jim McKay, Sean McDonough, Brent Musburger, Tim Ryan, Ted Robinson, Ray Scott, Chris Schenkel, Vin Scully, Dave Sims, Pat Summerall, Gary Thorne, Steve Zabriskie
- NHL on CBS – Dan Kelly, Bud Palmer
- Olympics on CBS – Phil Liggett, Brad Nessler, Bud Palmer, Tim Ryan, Chris Schenkel, Al Trautwig
- NASCAR on CBS – Chris Economaki, Mike Joy, Ken Squier, Bill Stephens
- Tennis on CBS – Bud Collins, Ian Eagle, Dick Enberg, Frank Glieber, Bill Macatee, Sean McDonough, Ted Robinson, Jim Nantz, Pat O'Brien, Tim Ryan, Brent Musburger, Vin Scully, Ken Squier, Pat Summerall
- Tour de France – Phil Liggett, John Tesh, Al Trautwig
- National Professional Soccer League – Jack Whitaker
- NFL on CBS – Terry Bradshaw, Dan Dierdorf, John Madden, Tom Brookshier, Frank Gifford, Hank Stram, Pat Summerall, Solomon Wilcots, Bruce Arians, Steve Tasker, Dan Fouts, Rich Gannon
- Thursday Night Football – Tony Romo, Phil Simms, Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, LaDanian Tomlinson, Bill Cowher, Deion Sanders, Willie McGinest, Trent Green, Dan Fouts, Rich Gannon
- PGA Tour on CBS – Ken Venturi
- College Football on CBS – Craig James, Rich Perez
- College Basketball on CBS – Al McGuire, Quinn Buckner, Stephen Bardo, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton, Doug Collins, Rick Barry, Billy Cunningham, Tom Heinsohn, Rod Hundley, Bill Russell, Mendy Rudolph, Sonny Hill, Oscar Robertson, Steve Kerr, Matt Guokas, Larry Conley, Chris Webber
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jim Kaat, Tim McCarver
- NBA on CBS – Al McGuire, Quinn Buckner, Stephen Bardo, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton, Doug Collins, Rick Barry, Billy Cunningham, Tom Heinsohn, Rod Hundley, Bill Russell, Mendy Rudolph, Sonny Hill, Oscar Robertson, Steve Kerr, Matt Guokas, Larry Conley
- NHL on CBS – Fred Cusick
- NASCAR on CBS – Buddy Baker, Neil Bonnett, David Hobbs, Ned Jarrett
- Tennis on CBS – Julie Anthony, Mary Carillo, Jim Courier, Julie Heldman, Jack Kramer, John McEnroe, Patrick McEnroe, Tony Trabert
- National Professional Soccer League – Danny Blanchflower
- NFL on CBS – Lesley Visser, Pat O’Brien, Armen Keteyian, Michele Tafoya, Bonnie Bernstein, Jamie Erdahl, Jenny Dell, John Schriffen
- PGA Tour on CBS – Dick Enberg
- College Football on CBS – Sam Ryan, Tracy Wolfson, Allie LaForce, John Schriffen
- College Basketball on CBS – Bonnie Bernstein, Sam Ryan, Michele Tafoya, Solomon Wilcots, Rachel Nichols, Otis Livingston, John Schriffen
- Major League Baseball on CBS – Jim Gray
- NASCAR on CBS – Dave Despain,
- Olympics on CBS – Harry Reasoner, Mary Carillo, Lesley Visser, Michael Barkann, Craig James, Darren Pang
- Tennis on CBS – Jill Arrington, Bonnie Bernstein, John Dockery, Mary Joe Fernández, Andrea Joyce, Summer Sanders, Michele Tafoya, Lesley Visser, Tracy Wolfson
- NFL on CBS – Phyllis George, Brent Musburger, Pat O'Brien, Jim Nantz, Greg Gumbel
- College Football on CBS – Tim Brando, Greg Gumbel, Brent Musburger
- NBA on CBS - Jim Nantz, Dick Stockton, Brent Musburger, Pat O'Brien, Sam Ryan
- College Basketball on CBS – Jim Nantz, Dick Stockton, Brent Musburger, Pat O'Brien, Sam Ryan
- CBS Sports Spectacular – Jack Whitaker, Dick Stockton, Brent Musburger, John Tesh
- Thursday Night Football – James Brown, Rich Eisen
Behind the scenesEdit
Presidents of CBS SportsEdit
CBS Sports NetworkEdit
CBS Sports Network is a sports-oriented American digital cable and satellite channel that is operated by ViacomCBS through CBS Sports. Launched as the National College Sports Network in 2002, then renamed as College Sports Television in 2003, CBS's then-parent company Viacom acquired the network in 2005 and later renamed it CBS College Sports Network in 2008. The network had always focused on college sports, but in 2011, CBS rebranded the network as CBS Sports Network as a move to reposition the network to include mainstream sports—including coverage of minor professional sports leagues such as the Arena Football League and Major League Lacrosse, although college sports are still aired frequently by the network.
CBS Sports RadioEdit
CBS Sports Radio is a sports radio network that launched on September 4, 2012 with hourly sports news updates. It began offering a full 24-hour schedule of sports talk programming on January 2, 2013. CBS Sports Radio although originally owned by CBS Radio is now owned directly by ViacomCBS and operated by Audacy, with Westwood One handling distribution and marketing of the network. Sports radio stations that are owned by Entercom and Cumulus Media carry part of the full schedule of programming, while eight Entercom-owned stations carry network programming throughout the day. In addition to carriage on terrestrial stations, CBS Sports Radio also streams its programming on the internet.
CBS Sports HQEdit
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