SportsTime Ohio or STO is also known as Fox SportsTime Ohio. SportsTime Ohio is a regional sports network in America that is affiliated to Fox Sports Networks. It is owned by Fox Cable Networks under the Fox Entertainment Group of 21st Century Fox. SportsTime Ohio covers sports events for professional, college, and high school levels in Northern Ohio. Its main office is located in Cleveland, Ohio.
The family of Larry Dolan (owner of Cleveland Indians), started SportsTime Ohio on March 12, 2006. It was the second regional sports network in Cleveland. SportsTime Ohio first aired the Major League Baseball games of the Cleveland Indians, which were previously aired by Fox Sports Ohio. On December 3, 2012, Fox Sports Ohio bought SportsTime Ohio, letting the latter retain its original staff and name. SportsTime Ohio started to adapt the Fox Sports branding in April 2013.
SportsTime Ohio has the exclusive regional rights to televise the games of Cleveland Indians (Major League Basketball) and Ohio Machine (Major League Lacrosse). It also covers hockey games of Cleveland Monsters and football games of Cleveland Gladiators, together with Fox Sports Ohio.
SportsTime Ohio broadcasts through cable television in the areas of Cleveland, Northern Ohio, Central Ohio, South West New York, and North Western Pennsylvania and also nationwide via satellite. If you do not want to miss the games featured in SportsTime Ohio, you can also subscribe to an online streaming channel called FuboTV.
If you subscribe to FuboTV, you can watch SportsTime Ohio shows and games with the use of your computer, smartphone, tablet, or any device that has Internet connection. You can also watch other high-definition channels such as the following:
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