Toronto Blue Jays drop TSN to broadcast exclusively on Rogers Sportsnet


Effective tomorrow, all Toronto Blue Jays games in 2010 that were supposed to air on TSN will instead be broadcast on Sportsnet (which has now become the Jays' exclusive carrier, and shares Rogers Communications as a parent company).

Paul Beeston, the Toronto Blue Jays' President and CEO writes:
"TSN has been a tremendous partner of ours since the inception of their network in 1984. TSN was a great force in helping us promote our brand and Major League Baseball in Canada. However, it was felt that with the multitude of channels that Rogers Sportsnet now offers that the Blue Jays and their fans would be best served by having one network produce and distribute our games."

The full press release can be found on the Jays' official site.


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