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The Score Satellite Radio

The Score Satellite Radio
Broadcast area Canada, United States
Frequency SIRIUS 98
Format Sports Talk
Class Satellite Radio Station
Owner Score Media
Website The Score Satellite Radio

The Score Satellite Radio was a Canadian sports radio channel, owned and operated by Score Media, owners of its sister television network of the same name. The channel broadcasts on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 158, and is available to subscribers in Canada. It was also offered to U.S. subscribers but removed in February 2007. It has been added back to the Sirius channel listing for U.S. listeners since then. Formally known as Hardcore Sports Radio, the channel re-branded as The Score Satellite Radio in September 2010 to unify its branding with that of its television and internet operations In September 2011, Sirius is pulling the station from its lineup.

Former logo used under the Hardcore Sports Radio brand

As posted on The Score's Twitter feed on 2 August 2011, they

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