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Big Sky Network
Big sky net
Logo used since rebrand

Location

Butte, Montana

Branding

Big Sky
BSC

Slogan

The Heart and Soul of Big Sky Country

Parent

ABN Domestic Television Corporation

Owner

Sabana American Broadcast Holdings

First air date

March 2, 2011

Genre

Western lifestyle

Sports programming

Major League Football
American Basketball League
IMSA Delta Cup Series stock car racing
American Collegiate Assocaiton college sports
NAIA division series college sports
Montana high school sports
Montana Special Olympics games

Time zone

Mountain (GMT -7:00)

Web address

bigskychannel.abn.com

Big Sky Channel is the latest addition to the ABN Domestic Television Corporation family. It is a Montana-based operation located in downtown Butte, but the network is seen nationwide as a subchannel. It launched in March of 2011. Since February 5, 2014, it has been rebranded as Big Sky Network.

Programming

A good majority of Big Sky Channel's programming includes outdoor lifestyle, Country Western, cultural history of the state of Montana, and some sporting events throughout the state that would otherwise never be seen by other networks.

ACA College World Finals Coverage

Much like the coverage of the NCAA basketball tournament by CBS, TNT, TBS and TruTV, the coverage of the American Collegiate Association's annual College World Finals basketball tournament are provided by ABN Sports, Big Sky Network, UBC Sports and NBS Sports Network (operated by NBS America). 

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