CST

 

About CST

In October of 2016, CST will be celebrating the network’s 14-year anniversary.  Since launch in 2002, CST has grown to nearly 5.5 million viewers, making it one of the fastest growing regional sports networks in the south. The GULF SOUTH SPORTS LEADER can be seen in California, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Georgia and Florida. CST is owned and operated by Cox Communications Louisiana, LLC. Initially targeted to be a Louisiana sports network, CST has secured collegiate, professional and high school events that have expanded the networks reach throughout the south. CST is available on Galaxy 23, transponder 1.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can we get Cox Sports Television on our cable system?

Please contact your local pay television provider and let them know that you are interested in seeing Cox Sports Television as part of the pay television services they offer.

How do I advertise on Cox Sports Television?

To advertise on Cox Sports Television, visit our Advertising with CST page for more information.   Please contact Justin Collins - Cox Media, directly at Steve.Blair@coxmedia.com.

Is Cox Sports Television available only on Cox Communications?

No, Cox Sports Television is a regional sports network that can be carried by virtually any pay television provider within a 350-mile radius of New Orleans.

What is Cox Sports Television?

Cox Sports Television is an innovative, 24- hour, local sports network that delivers exclusive, compelling professional, amateur, collegiate men’s and women’s sports events to homes in Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Virginia and Missouri. What markets currently see Cox Sports Television?

Click here to see a list of affiliates

What is the Cox Sports Television coverage area?

Cox Sports Television’s coverage area reaches a 350-mile radius from New Orleans, LA and includes Louisiana, southern Mississippi, western Alabama, and the Florida panhandle. Our coverage is also available in parts of eastern Texas and southern Arkansas. However, CST coverage cannot extend into markets within a 75-mile radius of Houston and Memphis.

Can Cox Sports Television make a video copy of a game that I might have missed?

Due to circumstances beyond our control, Cox Sports Television can not make dubs of events that have aired on CST.

Do you have a question for Cox Sports Television?

Email us at coxsportstv@cox.com and we will be glad to address your questions as quickly as possible.

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