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SportsTime Ohio, and check out SportsTime Ohio on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet. SportsTime Ohio (STO) (also sometimes referred to on-air as Fox SportsTime Ohio) is an American regional sports network that is owned by Fox Cable Networks, a unit of the Fox Entertainment Group division of 21st Century Fox, and operates as an affiliate of Fox Sports Networks. SportsTime Ohio is available on Time Warner Cable and a number of other cable providers in Northeast Ohio and other portions of state.
SportsTime Ohio was launched on March 12, 2006; it was founded by the family of Cleveland Indians owner Larry Dolan, becoming the second regional sports network in the Cleveland area, after Fox Sports Ohio (which launched in February 1989 as SportsChannel Ohio).
Starting off as rivals, the two networks would soon become corporate sisters, when on December 3, 2012, the Indians announced that it would sell SportsTime Ohio to Fox Sports Ohio parent Fox Entertainment Group. SportsTime Ohio holds the exclusive regional cable television rights to the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball and the Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse.

High School Football – STO airs a game of the week on Friday nights during the high school football season (aired on tape delay), as well as playoff games and state championship games from the seven athletic divisions designated by the Ohio High School Athletic Association.
In addition to the radio coverage, SportsTime Ohio’s “All Bets Are Off” program moves to primetime for the duration of Spring Training: “All Bets Are Off” will air nightly, Monday through Friday, from 7-9PM, from February 24-March 28. Games begin Wednesday, and SportsTime Ohio will broadcast eight throughout the spring, with 16 games appearing on Cleveland radio and along the Indians Radio Network. The channel, which is a sister network to Fox Sports Ohio, broadcasts statewide coverage of professional, collegiate and high school sports events throughout northern Ohio, including the Cleveland area. It is is also available nationwide on satellite via DirecTV, as well as outside Ohio on AT&T U-verse.
SportsTime Ohio assumed the regional cable television rights to Major League Baseball games involving the Indians from Fox Sports Ohio, which had served as the exclusive local broadcaster of the Indians from 2002 to 2005, when it was majority-owned by Cablevision Systems Corporation (a New York-based company owned by Dolan's brother, Charles) until an asset trade with then-Fox Sports Net parent News Corporation.

The deal was finalized four weeks later on December 28.[1] Fox retained SportsTime Ohio's existing staff despite coming under common ownership with Fox Sports Ohio, with Katie Witham becoming a traveling reporter with the team.
In 2007, STO announced it had acquired the television rights to some Ohio High School Athletic Association championship events, including football playoff games, all seven division football championship games, boys and girls playoff basketball, and volleyball, soccer, hockey, and baseball championships.

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