NFL Redzone

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NFL RedZone (stylized as NFL RedZone from NFL Network) is an American sports television channel owned and operated by NFL Network since 2009. As a “special” game-day exclusive, it broadcasts on Sundays during the NFL regular season from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific), or when the last afternoon window game ends. RedZone provides “whip around” simulcast coverage of all Sunday afternoon games airing in-progress on CBS and Fox.

RedZone is based out of the NFL Network studios and is hosted by Scott Hanson,[1] and airs commercial-free. The channel prides itself on showing “every touchdown from every game,” and is closely linked to Fantasy Football,[1] reporting superlatives and tracking various statistical accomplishments throughout the afternoon. RedZone monitors coverage of the traditional Sunday 1:00 p.m. “early” games and 4:05/4:25 p.m. “late” games.

RedZone is offered by numerous cable providers, Dish Network, and Verizon Wireless smartphones, and DIRECTV as of the 2023 season. This change was made when YouTube purchased the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket.

RedZone is also broadcast live internationally in the United Kingdom on the Sky Sports Mix television channel, and in Canada and Italy on DAZN, every Sunday evening and running through the full seven hours. It is a direct simulcast of the American feed, with no commercial breaks, live coverage of both the early and late games and Hanson hosting.

ESPN Goal Line, a channel which debuted one year later, broadcast college football with a similar format and style until the end of the 2019 season. The name “RedZone” derives from the term red zone, which is the part of the football field between the 20-yard line and the goal line.