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Comcast SportsNet California (CSN California) is a regional sports network that serves Northern California and parts of Oregonmarker and Nevadamarker. It is owned by Comcast and is a member of Comcast Sports Net.


CSN California is the cable home for MLB's Oakland Athletics, the NHL's San Jose Sharks, the NBA's Sacramento Kings, the WNBA's Sacramento Monarchs, MLS's San Jose Earthquakes and the PASL's Stockton Cougars. The network also carries programming related to the NFL's Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers.

CSN California college coverage includes UC Berkeley,Sacramento State Universitymarker, St. Mary's College, UC Davismarker, the University of San Franciscomarker, the University of the Pacificmarker, the University of Nevada and San Jose State Universitymarker. CSN California also covers Friday night high school football. CSN California is the official home for the Cal Golden Bears, often airing Football and Men's Basketball games that did not make national television on ABC, ESPN and Fox Sports Net.

Bay Area sports anchor Gary Radnich also simulcasts his KNBRmarker radio show live on this network, weekdays from 9am to noon, unless preempted by a live sporting event on either CSN California or KNBR.

Brief history

After Comcast acquired the television rights to the Sacramento Kings. CSN West was launched in 2004. At different times, those games had been shown on pay-per-view and on an alternate feed of SportsChannel Bay Area (now CSN Bay Area).

Although the network was originally aimed at the Northern California region, the network began to expand as a compliment to their Bay Area station, beginning with a re-branding to CSN California in September 2008, and becoming the official broadcaster of the Oakland Athletics (who were originally served by CSN Bay Area in addition to the San Francisco Giants) for the 2009 MLB season, broadcasting an increased regular season of 145 regular season games (an increase of 37 from in 2008) The San Jose Sharks followed the Athletics from CSN Bay Area for the 2009-10 NHL season, seeing a similar increase in games broadcast with 75 games overall and 50 in high definition.

Bay Area basic cable packages have since added CSN California, which was previously available only to digital cable and satellite subscribers. CSN Bay Area and California merged websites and are officially considered "sister stations". Oakland A's pre-game and post-game shows are either hosted on-site for home games, or at CSN Bay Area's Sportsnet Central studios for road games. The CSN Bay Area original program "Chronicle Live" also airs on CSN California at midnight.

CSN California was also home for the Oakland Raiders original show "Raiders Report", a 52 week show featuring Raider news and game highlights. It was announced that after every 2009 Raiders game (which air on other networks) will be followed by post-game coverage on the network.


  • Shooty Babitt, Athletics pre-game and post-game host
  • Mindi Bach, Athletics pre-game and post-game host
  • Jamie Baker, Sharks pre-game and post-game host
  • Ray Fosse, Athletics color analyst
  • Randy Hahn, Sharks play-by-play announcer
  • Bret Hedican, Sharks pre-game and post-game analyst
  • Jim Kozimor, House Party and Zero to Sixty anchor
  • Glen Kuiper, Athletics play-by-play announcer
  • Mike Lamb, Comcast SportsNet Insider host
  • Kate Longworth, Sharks intermission host and Athletics sideline reporter
  • Scott Reiss, Sharks pre-game, intermission and post-game host
  • Drew Remenda, Sharks color analyst and Shark Byte host
  • Steve Weissman, SportsNight host

CSN California HD

Comcast SportsNet California HD (CSN California HD) is a 1080i high-definition simulcast of CSN California. CSN California shows all Sacramento Kings games played at ARCO Arena in HD, as well as all San Jose Sharks home games and some road games. Select Oakland Athletics telecasts are also to be broadcast in HD, and are generally used for evening home games, and road games against the Yankees, Red Sox and Angels.


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