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The Big Ten Network (BTN), branded on-air as the B1G Network, is an American sports network based in Chicago, Illinois. The channel is dedicated to coverage of collegiate sports sanctioned by the Big Ten Conference, including live and recorded event telecasts, news, analysis programs, and other content focusing on the conference’s member schools. It is a joint venture between Fox Sports and the Big Ten, with Fox Corporation as 51% stakeholder and operating partner, and the Big Ten Conference owning a 49% stake.

It is headquartered in the former Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalog House building at 600 West Chicago Avenue in Chicago.

Big Ten Network is carried by most major television providers and as of 2014, had an estimated 60 million U.S. subscribers—a number had been boosted by the addition of Rutgers University and the University of Maryland to the conference.

Big Ten Network was the second U.S. sports network to be devoted to a single college sports conference, having been preceded by the MountainWest Sports Network one year prior to its launch. BTN was later followed by rival cable channels by the Pac-12, SEC and ACC with a similar array of programming.

Programming big ten network

  • Big Ten Tonight – a weekly half-hour show airing on Sundays that is similar to ESPN’s SportsCenter; it offers highlights and discussion of Big Ten sporting events. The program is currently anchored by Dave Revsine, Rick Pizzo, Mike Hall and Lisa Cornwell. Other reporters and analysts appear depending on the sport being discussed.
  • Big Ten Football Saturday – a program airing Saturdays (with pre-game, halftime and post-game editions) during the college football season, which features discussions and highlights of the day’s games. It is hosted by Dave Revsine, with analysis provided by Gerry DiNardo (nicknamed by the hosts as «Coach») and Howard Griffith.
  • Big Ten Tailgate – originally titled Friday Night Tailgate, it is a Friday night program that takes a lighthearted and irreverent look at campus life surrounding the weekend of a Big Ten football game. It was host was Mike Hall, with correspondents Charissa Thompson and Chicago-area improv actors Jordan Klepper, Steve Waltien, and Tim Baltz. 90-minute In 2010, the show was cut to 60 minutes and was renamed as Big Ten Tailgate.
  • Big Ten Tip-Off Show – a pre-game show airing during the regular season from November to March discussing the day’s basketball games; it is hosted by Dave Revsine, with analysis provided by Gene Keady, Jimmy Jackson, Tim Doyle and Kendall Gill.
  • Coaches Q&A – a program featuring excerpts from the week’s press conferences around the conference.
  • The Big Ten’s Greatest Games – a showcase of classic football and basketball games, with editing of some non-essential game action out to fit time constraints.
  • The Big Ten Women’s Show – an hour-long Monday night program covering women’s sports throughout the conference.
  • The Big Ten Quad – a weekly sports discussion show with Big Ten legends.
  • Big Ten Cookout – a half-hour live cooking/tailgate show on Saturday mornings, taking place at a different university campus within the conference each week; it is hosted by Melanie Collins, alongside chefs Julius Russell and former Hell’s Kitchen season five contestant Ben Walanka.
  • The Big Ten’s Best – a weekly countdown show with lists of the top 10 Big Ten teams or players in a certain category, such as «best running backs of the 1990s» or «best quarterbacks of the 1980s»; hosted by Charissa Thompson.
  • Various coach’s shows
  • University Showcase – a program block of non-sports campus produced programs; each school has equal time.
  • Student U – Game broadcasts produced by university broadcast departments involving students controlling production and play-by-play which are usually seen only on closed-circuit campus cable networks.
  • «Big Ten Frozen Fridays» – a hockey pregame show on Friday nights, airing before most Big Ten hockey game telecasts, featuring game previews and highlights from around the Big Ten Conference
  • Big Ten Football: Breakdown – a weekly series airing on Tuesdays in which Big Ten coaches and players review the previous week’s game footage, with network analysts providing a look at the nuances of the game and what affected the teams’ success.
  • Big Ten Football: Sites & Sounds – a Wednesday night program that includes segments from press conferences, media interviews and the games, as well as other behind-the-scenes footage, hosted from the network’s Chicago studios.
  • Big Ten Football: Behind the Schemes – airing Thursday nights, it is a breakdown featuring the network’s resident head coach analysts, analyzing footage of the previous week’s games and putting together game plans for games being held that week.
  • Big Ten Football… & Beyond – a Friday night program previewing the weekend’s upcoming games with reports from each Big Ten stadium and a look at key national matchups that could impact the conference postseason.
  • Big Ten Film Vault – a program, hosted by Dan Dierdorf, showcasing a vintage Big Ten film from the 1940s to the 1970s.
  • Big Ten Icons – a series highlighting a Big Ten athlete from a wide range of sports and history. Notable subjects include Jesse Owens, Jack Nicklaus and Steve Alford.
  • The Journey: Big Ten Basketball – a Sunday night documentary-style series following multiple teams each week throughout the conference’s 10-week basketball season.[21]
  • Big Ten Treasure Hunter – a program starring memorabilia collector John Arcand in which he travels around Big Ten territories and make negotiations with fans to buy Big Ten memorabilia.