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UniversalSports indicates that Verizon FIOS may soon drop their programming from its standard line-up. I hope this does not happen since UniversalSports provides unique programming, like World Cup Skiing, that is simply not available through any other outlet.
agreed ... it would be a shame to lose Universal Sports.
Look around its a change by Universal Sports
"Universal Sports is transitioning from an over-the-air multicast channel to what it calls a "multi-platform, high definition service" on pay television, starting in Jan. 2012"
As such its not clear who will be carrying them. So far they only list "DirecTv".
universal sports network please in NYC!!!!
It was carried as a OTA subchannel of NBC.
They, the owners of Universal Sports, have decided not to offer that way so it is soon be gone OTA, and for those cable/satellite providers who provided it as a local channel.
Universal Sports is now being offered only as a premium Cable channel. For now only Directv has picked it up.
hi like know is the nbc sports univeral channel be take off on january 1 got notices
VS becomes NBC Sports Channel 1-1-12
Charlie, that's another story, not what the OP meant.
plz dont drop the universal sports channel for the olympics
Programming for the 2012 London Olympics will be available on a myriad of channels broadcast 24/7 including NBC, USA, CNBC, MSNBC, Mun2, SyFy and the newly renamed NBC Sports (formerly VERSUS) as well as online at NBC.com and other live streaming portals.