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    Default Digitalb have lost the epl rights for 2010-2013

    Digitalb Supersports have lost the right to the english premier league from the 2010-2011 season to the 2012-2013 season.

    Tring have won the epl rights for Albania despite them not having any hd channels.

    I know this because I read it on another satellite forum and it has been confirmed by Darkman so it must be true.

    Personally I as many other uk/irish residents have a sub to Digitalb and I am dissapointed because I believe that Digitalb provided a cheap sub for a channel which included hd and english commentary to epl matches.

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    Tring is dead cheap though as well.. Okay no HD, but lets be thankful for small mercys...

    get the sub now while its cheap enough and the price goes up.. I rekcon 4 weeks price will rocket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingpig View Post
    Tring is dead cheap though as well.. Okay no HD, but lets be thankful for small mercys...

    get the sub now while its cheap enough and the price goes up.. I rekcon 4 weeks price will rocket!
    Yeah I agree I was told that Tring are going to officially announce it next week. So it might not even take 4 weeks to go up in price.

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    183 for the sub.... Although I bet if you bought it now, they would 'create' a new channel that isnt included in the sub...

    Hmmm... TO wait or not to wait....

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    Digitalb losing the rights could be punishment from the EPL who have a rather frosty relationship with the Albanian broadcaster.

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    might be o/t but the picture quality on tring is crap..

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    what satellite does tring broadcast from?...

    i heard on another forum that nova sports have won the rights?...(on thor 0.8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgerrard View Post
    what satellite does tring broadcast from?...

    i heard on another forum that nova sports have won the rights?...(on thor 0.8)
    Tring broadcasts from 16 east.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sob1467 View Post

    Personally I as many other uk/irish residents have a sub to Digitalb and I am dissapointed because I believe that Digitalb provided a cheap sub for a channel which included hd and english commentary to epl matches.
    hence why they have lost the rights.. Sky Sports pay a fortune to broadcast the rights to EPL in the UK.. It's the very reason ART lost their rights 2 years ago..

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    This was always in the forseeable future once digitalb lost the 3pm rights. Tring probably will use a secondary audio for english like digitalb do.

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    Diema and Tring are both on 16e also so if you have a fixed dish its not a major problem.

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    Will Nova on 13e still show 3 pm kick off for EPL games next season? they have very good channels.
    I was wondeing if it is possible to get list of broadcasters for EPL for next season (the ones we can receive in UK) so to get my lnbs ready in the summer.

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    some one has told me that art have got the epl next season is this true or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibbo74 View Post
    some one has told me that art have got the epl next season is this true or not
    its not true mate.. Abu Dhabi Sports have the exclusive rights to the Barclays Premier League for the three seasons starting in August 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_UK View Post
    I was wondeing if it is possible to get list of broadcasters for EPL for next season (the ones we can receive in UK) so to get my lnbs ready in the summer.
    Here you go mate.

    Premier League foreign rights soar above 1bn (with just Albania and Russia left)
    By Nick Harris
    22 March 2010
    The Premier League’s sale of its overseas broadcasting rights for 2010-13 is just two countries away from being a “global sellout” worth 1.4bn. Only the rights deals for Albania and Russia have yet to be concluded.
    Intense bidding wars in key areas, mainly between pay-TV rivals in Asia, have sent prices soaring, which is good news for the Premier League clubs, and will also mean more money for the Football League.
    The Premier League is currently considering to what extent it will expand annual “solidarity payments” to the Football League, from the 21.6m given annually now for various uses between the 72 clubs.
    As sportingintelligence has previously reported, parachute payments to relegated clubs will rise by just over 40 per cent from 11.2m to 16m per year from this summer, and these payments are likely to extend beyond two years.
    The League has been motivated to share more money partly through a desire to see some (albeit small) closure of the gap between the top division and the rest. But it is the bumper overseas’ rights deals that will actually allow the increased spending.
    It seems likely the Premier League will more than double its overseas rights income from 625m last time. Some individual sales have seen massive surges in value, including in Singapore, which is now believed to be the single most lucrative territory. The current rights holder there, StarHub, paid around 67m for 2007-10, but lost out this time to rival SingTel. Local ****ysts say SingTel paid almost 200m for 2010-13.
    The bidding war in Hong Kong was almost as intense as PCCW’s Now TV, which paid around 115m last time, lost out to rival i-Cable, believed to have paid around 146m this time.
    In the Middle East and North Africa, a new broadcaster enters the market this year in the shape of the Abu Dhabi Media Company – owned by relatives of Manchester City’s owner Sheikh Mansour. The ADMC outbid Showtime Arabia, which paid around $120m last time. Local sources believe ADMC may have paid as much as $300m (200m), and possibly even more.
    In Scandinavia, the League sold the rights for Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland to an agency, Medge Consulting, for 111m, and Medge will make a healthy mark-up, perhaps as much as 100 per cent, by selling them on.
    The League simply cannot do individual deals itself in all 211 countries where its games are shown, so sub-licencing and the sales of packets of regional rights is common. Still, the League has 98 broadcast partners, as well as its own new TV station, Premier League TV, which will provide “viewer ready” match footage, commentary and ****ysis for nations wanting to buy rights “off the shelf”.
    In the future, the League hopes PLTV could attract non-traditional buyers to the market, for example entrepreneurs who want to enter the football market but don’t have broadcasting capabilities themselves.
    As well as an array of new partners this time, the League will maintain long-term relationships with Fox (in North and Latin America, and Australia), ESPN (in large parts of Asia), Sky (in Germany, Italy and elsewhere) and C****+, in France and Poland.
    The major changes for 2010-13 are in the panel immediately below, and beneath that is an extensive guide to the current broadcasters, many of whom have renewed their current deals.
    .

    Premier League current overseas TV rights holders (2007-10)
    ALBANIA: Digital Albania Supersport http://www.supersport.al/
    ANDORRA: C****+ / RTVE http://www.c****plus.fr / http://www.rtve.es/
    ARMENIA: TV5 http://www.tv5.org/
    ASIA (large sections of): ESPN Star Sports http://www.espnstar.com/tv/
    Comprising: Bangladesh, Bhutan,Brunei, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, The Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan.
    AZERBAIJAN: Lider TV http://www.lidertv.com/
    AUSTRALIA: Fox Sport Australia http://www.foxsports.com.au/
    AUSTRIA: Sky Deutschland http://www.sky.de/web/cms/de/index.jsp
    Note: The same broadcaster provides coverage in GERMANY, SWITZERLAND (games also on C****+), LIECHTENSTEIN and LUXEMBOURG.
    BELARUS: Belarus TV & Radio Company http://www.tvr.by/eng/
    BELGIUM: Telenet http://telenet.be
    BOSNIA: Radio and TV BHRT http://www.bhrt.ba
    BULGARIA: Diema Vision http://www.diema.bg/
    Note: A new media partner is in place from 2010 onwards, the Modern Times Group.
    CANADA: The Score, Setanta, Rogers Sportsnet http://www.sportsnet.ca/tvschedule/
    CHINA: WinTV http://www.wintv.cn/web/site/index.jsp
    CROATIA: HRT http://www.hrt.hr/
    CYPRUS: Lumiere TV http://www.lumiere.com.cy/about.htm
    CZECH REPUBLIC (and SLOVAKIA): Galaxie Sport http://tn.nova.cz/sport/
    Note: New deal with IMH agency in Bucharest from 2010, including also HUNGARY and ROMANIA
    FRANCE: C****+ www.c****plus.fr/
    GEORGIA: Sportfive http://www.sportfive.com/index.php?id=738
    GREECE: Netmed Hellas http://www.nova.gr/Home.aspx?a_id=1
    HONG KONG: PCCW, on Now TV http://www.now-tv.com/
    Note: Switches to iCable from 2010
    ICELAND: 365 Milar EHF http://www.365midlar.is/
    ISRAEL: Sport 1 http://www.one.co.il/
    ITALY: Sky Italia http://guidatv.sky.it/guidatv/
    JAMAICA: Sports Max http://www.sportsmax.tv/schedule.php
    JAPAN: J Sports / NHK http://www.jsports.co.jp/ http://www.nhk.or.jp/
    KOSOVO: RTK http://rtklive.com/new/
    MACEDONIA: Sitel http://www.sitel.com.mk/
    MALTA: Melita Cable http://www.melita.com/
    MIDDLE EAST and NORTH AFRICA: Showtime Arabia http://www.osnetwork.com/
    Comprising: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt (games also on ERTU), Iran (also on IRIB), Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco (also on TV2M), Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates.
    Note: Rights switch to Abu Dhabi Media Company from 2010. Local sources say previous value of rights was $120m, that ADMC entered the bidding at $150m and went up from there. Highest estimate of what ADMC finally paid is $300m, which is probably too high.
    MONTENEGRO: PinkM http://www.pinkm.com/
    NETHERLANDS: Sport 1 http://www.sport1.nl/Programmagids.html
    NEW ZEALAND: Sky TV NZ http://www.skytv.co.nz/whats-on.aspx
    NORTH AMERICA and CARIBBEAN: Fox / Setanta http://msn.foxsports.com/ http://www.setanta.com/us/
    Comprising: Anguilla, Antigua, Antilles, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bonaire, BVI, Cayman Islands, Turks & Caicos Islands, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Trinidad & Tobago, US Virgin Islands, USA.
    PACIFIC: Fiji TV
    Comprising: American Samoa, Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Wallis & Futuna Islands, Western Samoa.
    PORTUGAL: SportTV http://www.sporttv.pt/
    RUSSIA: NTV Plus http://www.ntvplus.ru/
    SCANDINAVIA: C****+ www.c****plus.dk/ www.c****plus.fi/ www.c****plus.no/ http://www.c****plus.se/ www.c****plus.pl
    Comprising: Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and, er, Poland
    Note: From 2010, Medge Consulting has the Scandinavia rights and are selling separately to national broadcasters. C**** + retain Polish rights, in a deal with French rights.
    SERBIA: RTS http://www.rts.rs/page/tv/sr.html
    SINGAPORE: StarHub Cable Vision http://www.starhub.com/
    Note: Switches to SingTel from 2010
    SLOVENIA: Sport TV, RTS http://www.rtvslo.si/
    SOUTH KOREA: MBC ESPN http://www.mbcespn.com/
    SPAIN: RTVE http://www.rtve.es/
    SOUTH and CENTRAL AMERICA: Fox Sports Latin http://msn.foxsports.com/fslasc
    Comprising: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Chile (games also on Chilevision), Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, Uruguay, Venezuela.
    Note: In Brazil, games are shown on ESPN Brazil. http://espnbrasil.terra.com.br/
    SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: SuperSport http://www.supersport.com/
    Comprising: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad (games also on Showtime), Comoros Islands, Congo, DR Congo, Dijibouti (also on Showtime), Eritrea, Ethiopia, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria (also on Hi TV), Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa (also on SABC), St Helena, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zaire, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
    THAILAND: Truevisions Channel 7 http://www.ch7.com/
    TURKEY: Fox Turkey http://www.fox.com.tr/
    UKRAINE: Poverkhnost Sport TV http://www.poverkhnost.tv
    VIETNAM: VTC http://www.vtc.com.vn/

 

 
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