Viasat Sport N

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Viasat Sport N
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Launched29 November 2005
Closed15 September 2009
Owned by Modern Times Group and Norsk Rikskringkasting
Picture format 576i (SDTV, 4:3)
Country Norway
Language Norwegian
Broadcast area Norway
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
ReplacedViasat Sport 1
Replaced by Viasat Fotball
Sister channel(s) Viasat Sport Norway
Viasat Golf
Viasat Motor
Website Official Site
Availability
Terrestrial
RiksTV Channel 11
Satellite
Cable

Viasat Sport N ("N" as in "Norway") was the name of a former sports channel which broadcast to Norway. The channel launched on 29 November 2005, as a replacement for the then pan-Nordic Viasat Sport 1 channel in Norway.

The channel was a joint venture between Modern Times Group and Norsk Rikskringkasting. In addition to live sport coverage SportN showcased classic sport.

The channel closed down when Viasat launched Viasat Fotball on 15 September 2009.

Its technical base was located at Bjerke, Oslo.

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