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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 to , 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.
Jim Liberatore, former President of Fox Sports owned Speed Channel helped start the network and served as its first President, his knowledge of the cable industry served a vital role in the success the network enjoyed while so many other team facilitated network launches failed across the country.
Starting off as rivals with Gannett -owned WKYC providing studio operations for the cable channel, the two networks would soon become corporate sisters, when on December 3, , the Indians announced that it would sell SportsTime Ohio to Fox Sports Ohio parent Fox Entertainment Group ; the deal was finalized four weeks later on December