Comcast Network

The Comcast Network (TCN) was an American cable television network owned by the Comcast Corporation, through NBCUniversal; it was carried mostly on Comcast cable systems in four states and 20 television markets in the Eastern U.S. from New Jersey to Virginia. The main focus of the network was on the Philadelphia area, although the channel attempted to structure its programs as national shows. Key markets included New Jersey, the Pennsylvania cities of Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Richmond, Virginia.

The Comcast Network was launched on December 1, 1996 as CN8. The CN8 brand was discontinued on January 6, 2009, as part of a larger restructuring of the network in order to respond to low ratings as well as closing down in the New England market, where its primary market was Boston.

On August 23, 2017, NBC Sports Regional Networks announced that the TCN branding would be dropped on October 2, 2017; TCN Philadelphia was rebranded as NBC Sports Philadelphia +, and TCN Mid-Atlantic was to be rebranded as NBC Sports Washington +. The rebranding was concurrent with the renaming of the Comcast SportsNet networks under the NBC Sports brand.[1] It is not clear what network, if any replaced the channel in the Pittsburgh market.

Comcast Network
TCN The Comcast Network logo
LaunchedDecember 1, 1996
ClosedOctober 2, 2017
Owned byNBCUniversal
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaConnecticut
New Jersey
Rhode Island
Washington, D.C.
Formerly calledCN8 (1996–2009)
Comcast Network (2009–2017)
Replaced byNBC Sports Philadelphia Plus
NBC Sports Washington Plus

See also


  1. ^ "NBC SPORTS REGIONAL NETWORKS TO ALIGN CSN & TCN PROPERTIES UNDER 'NBC SPORTS' BRAND" (Press release). Stamford, Conn.: NBC Sports Group. August 23, 2017. Retrieved August 24, 2017.
2010–11 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team

The 2010–11 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team represented the University of Pittsburgh in the 2010–11 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Panthers, coached by Agnus Berenato, suffered their first losing season since 2004-05. The Panthers are a member of the Big East Conference and play their home games at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

2011 UMass Minutemen football team

The 2011 UMass Minutemen football team represented the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the 2011 NCAA Division I FCS football season as a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The team was coached by Kevin Morris and played its home games at Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium in Hadley, Massachusetts, with the exception of the second annual Colonial Clash, which was played at Gillette Stadium.

The 2011 season was the team's last as a member of the CAA, as they began their transition to NCAA Division I FBS play. Because of this, they were ineligible for post season play.

They finished the season 5–6, with a 3-5 record against members of the CAA. They did not occupy a spot in the CAA standings due to their transition to the FBS.

2 days after the final game of the season, head coach Kevin Morris was fired.

2011–12 Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team

The 2011–12 Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team represented the University of Pittsburgh in the 2011–12 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. Their head coach was Jamie Dixon, who was in his ninth year as head coach at Pittsburgh and 13th overall at the University. The team played its home games in the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and are members of the Big East Conference. Pitt entered the 2011–12 season picked to finish fourth in the Big East Conference, ranked #11 in the pre-season ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, and with the Big East pre-season player of the year, Ashton Gibbs. They finished the season 22–17, 5–13 in Big East play for a disappointing 13th-place finish. They lost in the second round of the Big East Basketball Tournament to Georgetown. They were invited to the 2012 College Basketball Invitational where they advanced to the best of three game finals series against Washington State. They defeated the Cougars 2 games to 1 to be the 2012 CBI Champions.

2011–12 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team

The 2011–12 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team represented the University of Pittsburgh in the 2011–12 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Panthers, coached by Agnus Berenato, were a member of the Big East Conference and played their home games at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

2012 CAA Men's Basketball Tournament

The 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Tournament was held March 2–5 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, VA to crown a champion of the Colonial Athletic Association. The tournament winner, Virginia Commonwealth University, received an automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament

2012–13 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team

The 2012–13 Pittsburgh Panthers women's basketball team represented the University of Pittsburgh in the 2012–13 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Panthers were coached by Agnus Berenato in their final year as a member of the Big East Conference. The Panthers played their home games at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania except for one game at Fitzgerald Field House.

Al Morganti

Michael "Al" Morganti is a nationally recognized ice hockey analyst who has covered the National Hockey League (NHL) and international competitions. He is currently a pre- and post-game analyst for the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL for games broadcast on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and occasionally, The Comcast Network. He is also a sports radio personality for 94 WIP in Philadelphia along with co-hosts Angelo Cataldi, Rhea Hughes, and fellow Flyers broadcast crew member Keith Jones. Airing weekday mornings from 5:30 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, The Morning Show is the highest-rated sports radio show in the Philadelphia area.

Comcast Entertainment Television

Comcast Entertainment Television (CET) was a regional cable channel serving Comcast's cable systems in the Denver, Colorado market and in parts of the state of Utah. It was seen on channel 105 in the Denver market, and on Comcast systems in Colorado Springs. In Utah the channel is featured on Xfinity Channel 6.

Similar to the northeast region's Comcast Network (née CN8), its programming related to communities along Colorado's Front Range or a high school game of the week in the state of Utah. Programming including documentaries, movies, high school sports, music, lifestyle shows, and select Northern Colorado and Denver athletic events. In August 2009, they started airing some cartoons during week day afternoons.

CET also aired 30 minute programs that gave viewers more information and previews of some of the best programs available each month on other cable channels.

CET was launched on September 1, 2004. It ceased operations in June 2018.

It also served as the primary Emergency Alert System cable channel for Comcast's Denver systems; all channels switched to CET when the EAS wad activated. In some events when the EAS was activated for weather-related emergencies, Denver's NOAA Weather Radio could be heard.

CET was seen on Channel 5 in Denver until April 13, 2010 when it moved to 105.

Talent who have had shows on CET. Louis and Floorwax from The Fox radio hosted a comedy show on Friday nights in 2008. Mike Boyle from the Mike Boyle Restaurant Show on KNUS radio hosted a 5-part restaurant series in 2009. Jann Scott formerly KNUS, KTLK, currently Boulder Channel 22 hosted Colorado Magazine on CET from 2007 to 2009.

Diva (TV network)

Diva, formerly Diva Universal, is a woman-based entertainment channel owned by Universal Networks International.

The list of Diva channels includes:

Diva (Asia TV channel)

Diva Universal (Philippines) defunct

Diva Universal (Bulgaria) defunct

Diva Universal (Italy) defunct

Diva Universal (Romania) currently

Diva Universal (Russia) defunct

Diva Adria (Serbia/Croatia/Slovenia)

Flyers Postgame Live

Flyers Postgame Live is a television post-game show for Philadelphia Flyers ice hockey games that air locally on NBC Sports Philadelphia (NBCSP) and The Comcast Network (TCN). The program features the coach's post-game press conference, player interviews, and game analysis.

Affiliate channels NBC and NBC Sports broadcast a few Flyers games each season nationally, amongst games of other National Hockey League teams. For those games, local Flyers Postgame Live is not aired. Instead, NBC/NBC Sports provides their own post-game shows. However, during the playoffs, especially in later rounds, Flyers Postgame Live is likely to air on NBCSP regardless of what channel airs the game.

List of Philadelphia Flyers broadcasters

This is a list of Philadelphia Flyers broadcasters.

List of Philadelphia Union broadcasters

This is a list of Philadelphia Union Radio and Television broadcasters. The Philadelphia Union is an American professional soccer club based in Chester, Pennsylvania, which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS).

NBC Sports Washington

NBC Sports Washington is an American regional sports network that is owned by NBCUniversal and Monumental Sports & Entertainment, and operates as an affiliate of NBC Sports Regional Networks. Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, the channel broadcasts regional coverage of sports events throughout the Mid-Atlantic United States, with a focus on professional sports teams based in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., as well as sports news and entertainment programming.

NBC Sports Washington is available on approximately 25 cable providers throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, as well as parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and West Virginia; it is also available nationwide on satellite via DirecTV and Dish Network. The channel reaches more than 4.7 million households in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Phillies Nation TV

Phillies Nation TV is an American television sports show focusing on the Philadelphia Phillies. The weekly broadcast features two hosts, Pat Gallen and Corey Seidman, discussing current Phillies topics. The two are joined by co-hosts Natalie Egenolf and Ryann Williams, who present reader questions. Correspondents Ian Riccaboni and Jay Floyd interview current and former Phillies players and prospects, highlight charity events run associated with the Phillies, and interview notable Phillies fans, such as former wrestler The Blue Meanie and cheese steak mogul Tony Luke.

The show began its original run on Service Electric in 2012. For the 2013 season, Phillies Nation TV began airing first run episodes on Comcast Network and re-runs on Comcast SportsNet in addition to airing on Service Electric. The 2013 season featured an emphasis on features and interviews as the show featured baseball-related interviews with Marc Summers, Artie Lange, and Brian Dawkins.For the show's third season, former Phillies' pitcher Tommy Greene provided pitching tips while former Phillies outfielder Matt Stairs provided hitting tips throughout each episode. The 2014 season also featured a four-part interview with former Phillies' pitcher Curt Simmons.Phillies Nation TV also produces exclusive web content for

Suzanne Roberts Theatre

The Suzanne Roberts Theatre is a theatre on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts. The theater opened in October 2007 and is home to the Philadelphia Theatre Company. The theater was designed by KieranTimberlake, using the principles of Universal design. The theater's signage facade was designed by House Industries in Wilmington, Delaware and produced by Zahner in Kansas City, Missouri.It is named after Suzanne Roberts (born Suzanne Fleisher in 1921), a former actress, playwright, and director who is currently the host of the TV program, "Seeking Solutions with Suzanne," which airs on The Comcast Network and HLN. Her husband, Ralph J. Roberts founded Comcast and her son, Brian L. Roberts is Comcast's current CEO.

From 1982 until the opening of its 2007/2008 season in the new venue, the Philadelphia Theatre Company had been a resident performer at the Plays and Players Theatre.

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