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CCTV-5 (Chinese: 中国中央电视台体育频道), also known as the Sports Channel, part of the China Central Television family of networks, is the main sports broadcaster in the People's Republic of China. CCTV-5 began broadcasting on 1 January 1995. CCTV-5 now broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

CCTV-5 体育
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Launched1 January 1995
NetworkChina Central Television
Owned byChina Central Television
Picture format576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
CountryChina China
Broadcast areaNational and Worldwide
HeadquartersChina Central Television Headquarters, Beijing CBD, Beijing China China
Formerly calledCCTV Olympics during Summer Olympics since 2004
WebsiteCCTV-5
Availability
Terrestrial
CCTV Analog (PAL-D)Channel 5 (SD)
CCTV Digital (MUX3)Channel 5 (SD)/505(HD)
Satellite
Apstar 6CBTV Sat (12275 V, SR 27500, FEC 7/8)
Chinasat 6A3720 H, SR 27500, FEC 3/4 (encrypted by VideoGuard, video encoded with AVS+)
Chinasat 6B3880 H, SR 27500, FEC 3/4 (encrypted by VideoGuard) [1][2]
Streaming media
CNTV Ai BuguCCTV-5

Current sports coverageEdit

 
Logo of CCTV-5 during Summer Olympic Games (since 2004)

CCTV-5 has coverage of the following sports leagues, teams, and events:

Multi-sports games
Australian Rules Football
Auto Racing
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Cycling
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Handball
Ice Hockey
MMA
Rugby Union
Snooker
Surfing
Table Tennis
Tennis
Volleyball

Past CoverageEdit

Past Coverage As CCTV-FIFA World CupEdit

Past Coverage As CCTV-UEFA EuroEdit

ProgrammesEdit

  • Who is the [Dance] King? [谁是舞王]
  • Sports News [体育咖吧]
  • Wushu Masters [武林大会]
  • Chinese Longzhou Tournament [中华龙舟大赛]
  • Who is the [Football] King? [谁是球王]

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