Winnipeg Jets agree to 10-year broadcast agreement with TSN for TV, radio rights

WINNIPEG – The Winnipeg Jets will call TSN home for the next decade.

Bell Media signed a 10-year agreement with True North Sports&Entertainment on Wednesday to secure the regional television broadcast rights for the Jets.

The deal will see more than 60 regular season and pre-season games shown each season on the newly launched “TSN Jets”—a regional channel available to fans in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and parts of Northwestern Ontario.

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TSN will also broadcast five Jets games across Canada as part of the network’s national broadcast agreement with the NHL.

“It is a landmark agreement for broadcasting and professional hockey in Winnipeg,” said True North CEO Jim Ludlow.

The team’s radio broadcast rights belong to Sports Radio 1290.