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What we’re doing to support our Rogers Sports & Media audiences.

Now more than ever, our TV & Radio stations are essential to keeping Canadians informed and entertained. Our primary focus remains the health and well-being of our employees, while we continue to serve our audiences during this unprecedented time. We have reduced our live in-house productions to protect the safety of our employees while adding more unique content to our programming lineups. We are also exploring a variety of technical solutions for our producers to create content from home. Audiences can visit our websites and social channels for regular programming updates.


TSC is temporarily pausing its live broadcasts until April 8. With this change, TSC will have less team members, guests and experts in the building each day to help flatten the curve. During this time, TSC will air relevant taped programming on TV. But the TSC online shop is always open at, where the TSC team can safely engage from their homes into yours.

Yes! Fans can relive all the greatest goals, saves, hits, and games from this past NHL season on Sportsnet’s NHL LIVE™ streaming service. And it’s free from now through April 30. Not only can you binge on-demand this year’s regular season games, but NHL LIVE also gives you the biggest events on the NHL calendar including the Heritage Classic, Winter Class, All-Star Game, Stadium Series, and Hockey Day in Canada.

Yes! Sportsnet and TSN have teamed up to give fans all the highs, lows, and unforgettable moments from the 2019 Toronto Raptors championship run. For 24 straight nights – March 20 to April 12 – Sportsnet and TSN will alternate coverage in prime time of the Raptors’ post-season series against the Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Golden State Warriors. Fans can also relive the games on both networks’ streaming services, Sportsnet NOW and TSN Direct.

Sportsnet continues to have great sports content during this short period. Here are some of the things fans can look forward to:

    NHL Rewind: NHL Rewind offers a look back at a notable NHL games such as Auston Matthews’s Leafs debut and matchups from the battle of Alberta between the Flames and Oilers. These games will be scheduled on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

    Raptors Rewind: Raptors Rewind will air replays from the Raptors memorable NBA championship run last season.

    MLB Classics: MLB Classics will air every Blue Jays playoff game from 1992 and 1993 and select games from the 2015 and 2016 playoffs, including the Bautista “bat flip” game.

This is just some of Sportsnet’s upcoming programming, with more added daily. Please check your local guide for up-to-date details.