Local Media > MSG Varsity
MSG Varsity is a first-of-its-kind initiative comprised of a: 24/7 television network, comprehensive online destination and groundbreaking interactive service dedicated to high school sports, academics and activities throughout the tri-state area. Content for these services includes MSG Varsity's professionally produced programming as well as school-generated content. Working in partnership with MSG Varsity, students and faculty throughout Cablevision's service area are given access to curriculum and training in multimedia creation and distribution, empowering them to become active participants in telling their schools' stories.
On Television (Cablevision's iO TV – Channel 14):
MSG Varsity is a 24/7 television network dedicated to high school sports, academics and activities throughout the tri-state area. Signature programming includes:
- "High School Sports Showcase," which delivers full coverage of more than 400 live-to-tape games and events each year
- "High School SportsDesk," a daily round up show of sports highlights
- "A Quick: 60," a weekly live call-in show, featuring high school sports guru, Mike Quick
- "The High School Journal," a magazine-style show that spotlights important, but less televised activities such as tennis, swimming, drama, chess, debate and more
- "The Challenge," an award-winning academic quiz show, spotlighting the best and brightest high school students in the tri-state area
MSGVarsity.com brings together MSG Varsity's professional and student-generated content, originating from a vast array of resources including participating schools. This dynamic Web destination delivers event highlights, interviews, features, game action photos, scores and more.
Interactive (Cablevision's iO TV, channel 614)
MSG Varsity Interactive leverages the power of the Internet and interactive television to showcase MSG Varsity's content in a new, innovative way. This interactive television offering takes MSG Varsity's comprehensive library of professional and school-generated content and makes it available for viewing on television. With their remote control, viewers can search for and select the content they want to watch, including coverage of high school sports games and other school activities, specials and documentaries, photos, sports statistics and more.