Stadium Network Arrives In Denver

Stadium TV network logoThe digital TV subchannel that had been at the top of my wish list has finally arrived at FreeTVBlog World Headquarters in Denver. Stadium, the sports channel co-owned by Sinclair Broadcasting and a subsidiary of the Chicago White Sox, must have been turned on here in the last few days, because when I did a channel scan with my new Stream+ last Monday, it wasn’t there yet.

I first noticed the new channel on my local listings page on TitanTV, the remarkable online service that I often praise. In my travels, I had seen its predecessor, Sinclair’s American Sports Network, and was eager to check out the latest version. Ever since Universal Sports moved to pay-TV, Denver had been without a dedicated OTA sports channel, so Stadium is particularly welcome.

Maybe it’s that White Sox connection, but for whatever reason, Stadium’s lineup is dominated by major league baseball replays from 2017 this week. College action is limited to a softball game scheduled Friday and a lacrosse match Saturday, which is odd considering the number of college games available live on the Stadium web site. Oh well, considering that Stadium just launched in September 2017, maybe they’ll find a way to blend more live sports into the mix. I’m just glad to have another good channel available for free.