ESPN 2 Latest Biss key Frequency Update 2022

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ESPN 2 Latest Biss key Frequency on Telstar 12

Channel Name : ESPN 2
Satellite : Telstar 12
Position : 15°W
Transponder : 12737 H 7552
Frequency : 12737
Symbolrate : 7552
Pol : H
Mode : Mpeg4 HD
Bis Key : F3 5A 9E EB BC DD 47 E0

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ESPN2 is an American multinational pay television network owned by ESPN Inc., a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company (which owns a controlling 80% stake) and Hearst Communications (which owns the remaining 20%).

ESPN2 was initially formatted as a younger-skewing counterpart to its parent network ESPN, with a focus on sports popular among young adult audiences (ranging from mainstream events to other unconventional sports), and carrying a more informal and youthful presentation than the main network. By the late 1990s, this mandate was phased out, as the channel increasingly became a second outlet for ESPN’s mainstream sports coverage. As of November 2021, ESPN2 reaches approximately 76 million television households in the United States – a drop of 24% from nearly a decade ago.

ESPN2 launched on October 1, 1993, at 7:30 p.m. ET. Its inaugural program was the premiere of SportsNight, a sports news program originally hosted by Keith Olbermann and Suzy Kolber; Olbermann opened the show and the channel by jokingly welcoming viewers to “the end of our careers.”[2] Launching with an estimated carriage of about 10 million homes, and nicknamed “The Deuce”,[3] ESPN2 aimed to be a more informal and youth-oriented channel than parent network ESPN. The youthful image was also reflected in its overall presentation, which featured a graffiti-themed logo and on-air graphics.

Its initial lineup featured studio programs such as SportsNight—which host Keith Olbermann characterized as a “lighter” parallel to ESPN’s SportsCenter that would still be “comprehensive, thorough and extremely skeptical”, Talk2—a nightly talk show hosted by Jim Rome that was billed as an equivalent to CNN’s Larry King Live, Max Out—an extreme sports anthology series carried over from ESPN, and SportsSmash—a five-minute recap of sports headlines which aired every half-hour. ESPN2 also carried several half-hour studio programs focused on specific sports, such as NFL 2Night, NHL 2Night, and RPM 2Night. Event coverage would focus on coverage of mainstream sports popular within the 18–34 age demographic, such as auto racing, college basketball and NHL hockey (where, beginning in the 1993–94 season, it aired up to five games per-week under the title NHL Fire on Ice), while also covering atypical sports such as BMX and other extreme sports.

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