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J Sports
Picture format576i (SDTV 16:9, 4:3),
1080i (HDTV)
OwnerJ Sports Corporation
Launched1 April 1992 (J Sports 3)
5 September 1996 (Corporation)
25 April 1998 (J Sports 1, 2)
1 September 1998 (J Sports 4)
Former namesJ Sky Sports (1998–2003)
Sports-i ESPN (1992–2006, J Sports 3)
J Sports Corporation
Company typeSubsidiary
Industrycable television
Founded5 September 1996; 27 years ago (1996-09-05)
Headquarters4-24 Aomi, Koto, ,
Productstelevision program
OwnerJupiter Telecommunications (80.5%)
SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation (15%)
ESPN Inc. (3%)
Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc. (1.5%)
ParentJupiter Telecommunications

J Sports is a group of four sports satellite TV channels in Japan produced and broadcast by Jupiter Sports. They are owned by J Sports Corporation (株式会社ジェイ・スポーツ)




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