Sony Ten 2 is an Indian sports channel owned by Sony Pictures Networks India. Launched in 2010 as Ten Action+ (later Ten Action) by the Ten Sports network (then owned by ZEEL), it was renamed to Ten 2 in 2016, and then to Sony Ten 2 in 2017 after SPN acquired the Ten Sports network from ZEEL. It focuses on football coverage.
Replaced by Ten Action+ (later Ten Action and Ten 2, now Sony Ten 2) in September 2010.
The channel replaced Zee Sports in 2010.
Zee rebranded the Ten Sports network on 29 March 2016, introducing a new slogan, Never stop. Ten Sports was renamed to Ten 1, Ten Action to Ten 2, Ten Cricket to Ten 3 and Ten HD to Ten 1 HD. The new logo style was on the basis of that of the now-defunct Ten Golf HD, which had rebranded in October 2015 after converting from a standard-definition (SD) channel into a high-definition (HD) channel.
Sony Ten 2
In 2017 ZEEL sold the Ten Sports Network to Sony Pictures Networks India. All the Ten channels, along with Sony Six, rebranded on 18 July 2017 to match the logo style of fellow sports channel Sony ESPN (which closed down on 30 March 2020). Sony Ten 2 and 3 launched HD feeds on the same day. All the Sony sports channels also launched a new uniform graphics package.
| Indian TV channels:
Hindi: Entertainment: Sony TV HD, Sony Sab HD and Sony Pal | Movies: Sony Max HD (Other), Sony Max 2 (classic movies) and Sony Wah | Kids: Sony Yay
Sony Pictures Sports Networks: Cricket-focused: Sony Six HD | Combat sports–focused: Sony Ten 1 HD | Football-focused: Sony Ten 2 HD | Predominantly Hindi-language: Sony Ten 3 HD and Sony Ten 4 (upcoming)
International channels: SET (Asia)