Bullhead City, AZ, April 28, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- TVS Classic Sports Network, the free to view, ad supported post cable network, has added the classic basketball games from the TVS Classic Sports Library to the channel. TVS Classic Sports Network can be found on the Giniko USA.Com platform, and on ROKU, Android, Amazon Fire and Apple mobile platforms.
TVS Television Network was a major producer of college basketball games from it's founding in 1960 through the 1980's. These games are now being reprised on the TVS Classic Sports Network. Also appearing on the network are games from TV syndication pioneer C D Chesley, Mizlou, TCS Metrosports, Sports Network Inc. and other independent TV networks from the era who produced and distributed college basketball.
Classic announcers on these games include Jim Thacker, John Ferguson, Jim Carvallis, Les Keiter, Jay Randolph, Frank Sims, Curt Gowdy, Dick Enberg, Frank Gleiber, Bob Costas, Barry Tompkins, Eddie Doucette, Howard David, and Don Criqui. Color commentators include Joe Dean, Jeff Mullins, Al McGuire, Billy Packer, Tom Hawkins, Bill Raftery, Bob Pettit and Digger Phelps.
The TVS "Game of the Century," the 1968 Houston Astrodome encounter between UCLA and Houston, is also included on TVS Classic Sports Network.
Other sports on TVS Classic Sports Network include NASL Soccer; WFL Football; IWA Wrestling; LPBT Bowling; MISL Indoor Soccer; Championship Boxing; PBA Regional Bowling; LPGA and Senior PGA Golf; WCT Tennis; Major College Football Bowl Games; Pro Rodeo; NASCAR, Indy Car and Grand Prix Racing; and AIAW Championships.
TVS Television Network is the fourth oldest commercial broadcast TV network in the USA. Founded in 1960, TVS produduces and distributes free to view, ad supported programming for broadcast TV, cable TV networks, IPTV, Mobile, and OTT platforms.
TVS Television Productions is located in the Greater Los Angeles area. TVS Operations is located in Bullhead City, AZ. TVS Radio Network is located in Las Vegas. TVS Magazines is located in Atlanta. TVS Ad Sales, headed by Jerry Wolff, is located in Miami and New York.