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Post by Milan31 Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:18 am

@Real Kandahar wrote:still no la liga huh? im reduced to missing live games and downloading them later in the evening,,, one thing i hatee is lagging connection and bad streaming quality...

either watch a game nicely or don't watch it at all - my philosophy
do you have a link to a nice spot to download games after they have been played?

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Post by McAgger Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:29 am

@Milan31 wrote:
@Real Kandahar wrote:still no la liga huh? im reduced to missing live games and downloading them later in the evening,,, one thing i hatee is lagging connection and bad streaming quality...

either watch a game nicely or don't watch it at all - my philosophy
do you have a link to a nice spot to download games after they have been played?

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Post by Milan31 Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:34 am

Messiah "Aggerswagger" wrote:
@Milan31 wrote:
@Real Kandahar wrote:still no la liga huh? im reduced to missing live games and downloading them later in the evening,,, one thing i hatee is lagging connection and bad streaming quality...

either watch a game nicely or don't watch it at all - my philosophy
do you have a link to a nice spot to download games after they have been played?

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Thanks man Smile
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Post by Real Kandahar Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:33 pm

rojadirecta uploads HD quality match 2 hours after it's finished. I hope Alot of other people don't find about it, the site may go down then
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Post by BarrileteCosmico Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:18 pm

Everyone knows about rojadirecta. It's been sued and won the suit in Spain, so there's not much chance that it will go down in the future (although you never know)
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Post by Swanhends Mon Apr 08, 2013 5:32 pm

NBCSN’s six MLS matches in first quarter averaged 112k viewers, an increase of eight percent over last year’s first quarter matches.

http://nbcsportsgrouppressbox.com/2013/04/08/nbc-sports-network-sees-double-digit-q1-viewership-gains/

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Post by RedOranje Mon Apr 08, 2013 10:58 pm

"Football will never take hold in the United States"
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Post by CBarca Mon Apr 08, 2013 11:12 pm

I'm not sure why people are so set on wanting that to be true.
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Post by Real Kandahar Tue Apr 09, 2013 6:19 am

what an amazing day it would be to see Football surpass basketball/baseball and handegg in USA Very Happy
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Post by Swanhends Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:09 pm

NBC is going INNNN with their EPL coverage and it hasn't even started yet Proud Proud Proud

Grant Wahl ‏@GrantWahl 36m
Main NBC PL talent: Arlo White, Lee Dixon, Graeme Le Saux, Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe. Special contributor Gary Lineker.

Grant Wahl ‏@GrantWahl 34m
Impressed by scale of NBC PL package: 20 games on NBC, 154 on NBCSN, all 380 live on an NBC platform. Plus 600 hours side-programming

Wish Ian Darke and Macca were involved though Sad
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Post by Kaladin Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:15 pm

That sig Bhends rofl
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Post by Swanhends Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:19 pm

Moar info from an article written by Richard Deitsch at SI: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/20130416/english-premier-league-nbc-tv-coverage/

....I am fapping furiously atm

RichardDeitsch wrote: NBC Sports has finally revealed its plans for the English Premier League, and upon first glance, the network's tonnage is as impressive as Robin van Persie in the six-yard box.

During a Premier League presentation at NBC's offices at 30 Rockefeller Center on Tuesday, the network announced all Premier League matches will include pre- and post-game studio coverage and be streamed live via NBC Sports Live Extra, the network's live streaming product for desktop, mobile and tablets.

The network said games not aired on a designated NBC Universal channel would be made available to distributors via Premier League Extra Time, a package of overflow TV channels available at no extra cost for customers who receives NBC Sports Network. As announced in October, NBC Universal will air 380 Premier League matches across all platforms and devices in the United States. A source with knowledge of the negotiations told SI.com that NBC Universal's winning bid was $250 million for a three-year agreement, a sum more than triple the $23 million per year that Fox currently pays for its deal.

Stateside fans of the Premier League expect matches to be available over-the-air, and NBC Sports said its initial schedule will include 154 games on NBC Sports Network, 22 games on other NBC Universal channels and 20 games on NBC. There will be 184 games airing on Premier League Extra Time and 76 Spanish-language broadcasts on Telemundo (10) and Mun2 (66). There are plans to air more than 600 hours of original and weekly studio programming on the NBC Sports Network. NBC said it will air 30 hours of original Premier League programming weekly.

"Our goal and No. 1 objective is to be true to the sport," NBC Sports executive producer Sam Flood said.

Said Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore: "Fundamentally, this is a market of huge interest to our owners. The plans these guys have are a big step for us."

As for those who will present the coverage, the network officially announced that Arlo White will be the lead play-by-play voice, confirming last week's report from the EPL Talk website. White has spent the last two years as the lead play-by-play voice for NBC's MLS coverage and will relocate back to the U.K. to call matches on site for NBC Sports. Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux, both former England national team members and EPL veterans, will split time as White's game analysts. Both have worked for BBC as color commentators.

As first reported by SI.com last month, Rebecca Lowe has been named the network's lead studio host. After concluding her Premier League and FA Cup duties with ESPN UK in May, she will relocate to the U.S. this summer. She'll be joined in the studio by former Jamaican National Robbie Earle and former English footballer Robbie Mustoe. That group will broadcast from NBC Sports Group's new International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Ct. Well-known BBC presenter and former England national star Gary Lineker will serve as a special contributor for the coverage. He will occasionally host on-site studio coverage in the U.K while continuing to host Match of the Day on BBC.

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Coverage of the Premier League will kick off Aug. 17 with live matches on NBC, NBC Sports Network, Telemundo, Mun2, Premier League Extra Time, NBC Sports Live Extra and other NBC Universal channels including CNBC and USA. The network also announced that every Premier League match on the final day of the season -- May 11, 2014 -- will air live across a host of NBCU channels, including NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA, MSNBC and E!.

As of now, the original programming is as followed:

• Premier League Goal Zone -- A 30-minute program airing after Sunday matches with highlights of every goal scored on Saturday and Sunday.

• Match of the Day -- A two-hour Saturday show on NBC Sports Network modeled after the BBC show of the same name. Match of the Day will re-air Sunday mornings.

• Match of the Day 2 -- A 90-minute program featuring extended highlights with the natural calls of every game Sunday.

• Match of the Week --NBC Sports Network will re-air the best match of the weekend in its entirety Sunday night.

• Premier League 36 -- An original series that follows EPL players for 36 hours leading up to a game.

• Game Cut-Downs -- NBC Sports Network will air a two-hour show Monday nights featuring cut-down versions of Manchester United and Manchester City matches. On Tuesdays the network will feature Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur matches.

• Premier League Download -- A weekly show featuring high-profile celebrity supporters and journalists discussing the Premier League.

• Barclays Premier League World -- A weekly magazine show produced by the Premier League.

• Barclays Premier League Preview -- A weekly show (also produced by the league) previewing the upcoming week's matches.

• Barclays Premier League Review -- A weekly show produced by the league that recaps all the matches from the past week.

• Premier League Countdown -- A preview of the 2013-14 Premier League season.

NBC said its Saturday coverage of the Premier League will start at 7 a.m. ET on NBC Sports Network and continue on that network at 10 a.m. When Saturday coverage airs on NBC, it will air with a start time at 12:30 p.m. The Sunday coverage begins at 8 a.m. on NBC Sports Network and continues at 11 a.m. on that network and Telemundo. Monday coverage will start at 2:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network.

An NBC Sports spokesperson said there will be some weeks where mid-week Premier League games could appear on CNBC and USA. The network said any game not designated for an NBCU channel will be available on Premier League Extra Time, which is similar to MLB's Extra Innings Package. (There is no charge to customers whose cable systems have NBC Sports Network.) All games will also be streamed live on NBC Sports Live Extra, though most consumers will need to authenticate that service.

Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/20130416/english-premier-league-nbc-tv-coverage/#ixzz2Qdjm5uxm
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Post by punkfusion1992 Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:12 pm

rename thread to US TV Rights

in Canada this is how tv rights are spread

4 EPL games a week on Rogers Sportsnet. 1 game a week(Early morning) EPL game.
Paid Channel:
A couple of Ligue 1 games on Eurosport
3 EPL, FA Cup and SPL on Rogers Sportsnet World(What used to be Setanta)
GOL TV shows Bundesliga
0 Laliga
a couple of Serie A games used to be played till last year

Pub owners here tell me its terrible because they have to stream games and most customers just dont want to watch shitty streams, something they can do at home.
ever since Al_Jazeera bought GOL TV, its been a complete shambles here. And since the potential market is around 10-15mill, Al-Jazeera dont give a damn about getting any leagues to Canada. It is so bad up here when it comes to watching games everyweek
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Post by Zealous Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:15 pm

That's weird because Al Jazeera's coverage in the Middle East is immaculate. Don't know why you guys are having a problem.
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Post by Kaladin Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:28 pm

@Zealous wrote:That's weird because Al Jazeera's coverage in the Middle East is immaculate. Don't know why you guys are having a problem.

Also they have an online streaming service for those that have the cards in the mid east,when i was in France during the Euros i watched the games from the computer and it was great quality

Also they have GOAT commentators :bow:
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Post by Swanhends Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:49 pm

Match of the Day coming to American shores Proud

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Post by Juveman17 Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:50 pm

BeIn Sport is on Verison not Optimum Sad
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Post by punkfusion1992 Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:13 pm

@Zealous wrote:That's weird because Al Jazeera's coverage in the Middle East is immaculate. Don't know why you guys are having a problem.

So before Al Jazeera bought GolTV, GolTV Canada used to show Laliga. GolTV Canada was part owned by Rogers(I think majority was Rogers owned). When Al Jazeera bought GolTV's parent company, they bought the parent company's part too but didnt buy the Roger's part and Rogers does not want to pay Al Jazeera to show Laliga or anything BeINSports shows, hence us Canadians are left in limbo...
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Post by Swanhends Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:35 pm

#Justice4Canada
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Post by Albiceleste Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:35 am

USA will now have the most in depth EPL coverage of any country. Might have to start watching more EPL Very Happy

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Post by ioilersrock448 Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:58 am

Canada will probably get stuck with just the Bundesliga and EPL again next season...

At least they are the only leagues I like watching Very Happy
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Post by NiallQuinnsdiscoPants Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:49 pm

I like the sound of that Premier League 36, could be quite intresting
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Post by RED Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:31 pm

@Swanhends wrote:Moar info from an article written by Richard Deitsch at SI: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/20130416/english-premier-league-nbc-tv-coverage/

....I am fapping furiously atm

RichardDeitsch wrote: NBC Sports has finally revealed its plans for the English Premier League, and upon first glance, the network's tonnage is as impressive as Robin van Persie in the six-yard box.

During a Premier League presentation at NBC's offices at 30 Rockefeller Center on Tuesday, the network announced all Premier League matches will include pre- and post-game studio coverage and be streamed live via NBC Sports Live Extra, the network's live streaming product for desktop, mobile and tablets.

The network said games not aired on a designated NBC Universal channel would be made available to distributors via Premier League Extra Time, a package of overflow TV channels available at no extra cost for customers who receives NBC Sports Network. As announced in October, NBC Universal will air 380 Premier League matches across all platforms and devices in the United States. A source with knowledge of the negotiations told SI.com that NBC Universal's winning bid was $250 million for a three-year agreement, a sum more than triple the $23 million per year that Fox currently pays for its deal.

Stateside fans of the Premier League expect matches to be available over-the-air, and NBC Sports said its initial schedule will include 154 games on NBC Sports Network, 22 games on other NBC Universal channels and 20 games on NBC. There will be 184 games airing on Premier League Extra Time and 76 Spanish-language broadcasts on Telemundo (10) and Mun2 (66). There are plans to air more than 600 hours of original and weekly studio programming on the NBC Sports Network. NBC said it will air 30 hours of original Premier League programming weekly.

"Our goal and No. 1 objective is to be true to the sport," NBC Sports executive producer Sam Flood said.

Said Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore: "Fundamentally, this is a market of huge interest to our owners. The plans these guys have are a big step for us."

As for those who will present the coverage, the network officially announced that Arlo White will be the lead play-by-play voice, confirming last week's report from the EPL Talk website. White has spent the last two years as the lead play-by-play voice for NBC's MLS coverage and will relocate back to the U.K. to call matches on site for NBC Sports. Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux, both former England national team members and EPL veterans, will split time as White's game analysts. Both have worked for BBC as color commentators.

As first reported by SI.com last month, Rebecca Lowe has been named the network's lead studio host. After concluding her Premier League and FA Cup duties with ESPN UK in May, she will relocate to the U.S. this summer. She'll be joined in the studio by former Jamaican National Robbie Earle and former English footballer Robbie Mustoe. That group will broadcast from NBC Sports Group's new International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Ct. Well-known BBC presenter and former England national star Gary Lineker will serve as a special contributor for the coverage. He will occasionally host on-site studio coverage in the U.K while continuing to host Match of the Day on BBC.

WAHL: Real Madrid coming to U.S. as part of new tournament

Coverage of the Premier League will kick off Aug. 17 with live matches on NBC, NBC Sports Network, Telemundo, Mun2, Premier League Extra Time, NBC Sports Live Extra and other NBC Universal channels including CNBC and USA. The network also announced that every Premier League match on the final day of the season -- May 11, 2014 -- will air live across a host of NBCU channels, including NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA, MSNBC and E!.

As of now, the original programming is as followed:

• Premier League Goal Zone -- A 30-minute program airing after Sunday matches with highlights of every goal scored on Saturday and Sunday.

• Match of the Day -- A two-hour Saturday show on NBC Sports Network modeled after the BBC show of the same name. Match of the Day will re-air Sunday mornings.

• Match of the Day 2 -- A 90-minute program featuring extended highlights with the natural calls of every game Sunday.

• Match of the Week --NBC Sports Network will re-air the best match of the weekend in its entirety Sunday night.

• Premier League 36 -- An original series that follows EPL players for 36 hours leading up to a game.

• Game Cut-Downs -- NBC Sports Network will air a two-hour show Monday nights featuring cut-down versions of Manchester United and Manchester City matches. On Tuesdays the network will feature Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur matches.

• Premier League Download -- A weekly show featuring high-profile celebrity supporters and journalists discussing the Premier League.

• Barclays Premier League World -- A weekly magazine show produced by the Premier League.

• Barclays Premier League Preview -- A weekly show (also produced by the league) previewing the upcoming week's matches.

• Barclays Premier League Review -- A weekly show produced by the league that recaps all the matches from the past week.

• Premier League Countdown -- A preview of the 2013-14 Premier League season.

NBC said its Saturday coverage of the Premier League will start at 7 a.m. ET on NBC Sports Network and continue on that network at 10 a.m. When Saturday coverage airs on NBC, it will air with a start time at 12:30 p.m. The Sunday coverage begins at 8 a.m. on NBC Sports Network and continues at 11 a.m. on that network and Telemundo. Monday coverage will start at 2:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network.

An NBC Sports spokesperson said there will be some weeks where mid-week Premier League games could appear on CNBC and USA. The network said any game not designated for an NBCU channel will be available on Premier League Extra Time, which is similar to MLB's Extra Innings Package. (There is no charge to customers whose cable systems have NBC Sports Network.) All games will also be streamed live on NBC Sports Live Extra, though most consumers will need to authenticate that service.

Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/20130416/english-premier-league-nbc-tv-coverage/#ixzz2Qdjm5uxm

You don't realize just how envious I am of you guys in the states right now. That is ridiculous coverage. Puts Sky Sports to shame.
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:41 pm

All that coverage for 40 people and Warren Barton Mad
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Post by Uncle Jozy Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:49 pm

My prayers have ben answered :bow: http://www.goallegacy.net/t29523-i-want-to-get-into-soccer-football-futbol-whichever-name-you-prefer

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Post by LeSwagg James Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:01 pm

My feeling on Canada's lack of GOAT Liga coverage:

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