Nova Sport 1

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Nova Sport 1
Launched 1993[1]
Owned by Network Nova Television Owner Ltd
Picture format 4:3[1]
Country Czech Republic
Formerly called Galaxie Sport
Nova Sport
Sister channel(s) Nova Cinema
TV Nova
Nova Sport 2
TV Fanda
TV Smíchov
TV Telka
Website Official website
Availability
Terrestrial
Terrestrial Channel 14[1]

The brand NOVA Sport includes two premium sport-related stations, NOVA Sport 1 and NOVA Sport 2, giving fans access to the most popular sporting events in the world.

Nova Sport 1 is a Czech premium sports television channel. is focused primarily on mainstream sports and broadcasts high-quality sporting events and sport-related programming in the Czech and Slovak Republics. It owns valuable rights to broadcasting licenses for major sport leagues and events including the National Hockey League (NHL), ATP Tennis tournaments, and Moto GP. NOVA Sport also produces various weekly sports shows and magazines, as well as locally produced daily sports news programs in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

NOVA Sport 2 focuses on sport events that have gained immense popularity, especially abroad, and that have not yet been broadcast to a similar extent in the Czech Republic, including the National Basketball Association (NBA), World Darts Tournaments, the league of UFC fighters, and also international rugby.[1]

Launch

The Sister radio channel Launch on 25 September 2005.

References

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