CBS Sports Network (CBSSN), the 24-hour home of CBS Sports, televises 350 live games and 2,200+ hours of original programming every year including live college football, college basketball, and more from the Big East, American Athletic Conference, Mountain West, Conference USA, Atlantic 10, Army, Navy, and the Patriot League. CBSSN is also the exclusive home of Professional Bull Riding.
Throughout the year, the network also telecasts a full slate of original programming and studio coverage. It is home of “NFL Monday QB” featuring Phil Simms, Rich Gannon and Steve Beuerlein, Jim Rome’s daily show “Rome,” and “Lead Off” daily with Doug Gottlieb and Allie LaForce. Sunday mornings throughout football season, the network telecasts “That Other Pregame Show” which features The NFL Today talent joining Bart Scott, Amy Trask, Brandon Tierney, Adam Schein, Nathan Zegura and Allie LaForce to discuss Pro, College, and Fantasy Football.
CBSSN has become the extension of CBS Sports sharing talent and graphics as well as providing support coverage of every major event that CBS produces including Super Bowl XLVII, SEC football, NCAA Tournament, Masters on the Range, PGA Championship on the Range, and US Open Tennis including live match coverage.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEMENT LOUDNESS MITIGATION ACT COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION
This is to certify that:
1.Pursuant to Section 73.682 of the Code of Federal Regulations, all commercial advertisements and promotional announcements embedded in programs distributed by CSTV Networks, Inc. d/b/a CBS Sports Network (“Programmer”) and carried on the CBS Sports Network are in compliance with the loudness control practices contained in the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) A/85: Recommended Practice: Techniques for Establishing and Maintaining Audio Loudness for Digital Television (“ATSC A/85 Recommended Practice”) at the point of distribution by the Programmer to authorized reception equipment operated by downstream multichannel video programming distributors.
2.Compliance with the ATSC A/85 Recommended Practice is determined by Programmer through the use of equipment and associated software that is installed, utilized and maintained in a commercially reasonable manner.
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