@ Ted(23 posts)
No Scott, it's on Sky Sports 2 live but I will not subscribe any money to Mr Murdoch. When I was working we were a Sky Agent and they were the worst to deal with. A real pain in the posterior.
I would watch it on streaming P2P as I used to watch Indy car & Nascar but I get fed up with the constant buffering even on Sopcast. We can now go Fibre optic which should improve it but it is another £10.00 per month so will wait until my contract comes up for renewal next year and see if I can get a deal.
I see Sky are also showing The Dallas Cowboys v New York giants live straight after the Wembley game.
Ah, the old Murdoch conundrum. We have that here too though most
of his offerings are on low tier cable, ala FOX Soccer, Speed Channel...
In the last two weeks they've lost both the EPL and F1 to NBC Sports (Comcast).
Both signed love term deals but I'm a bit worried about F1 and whether NBC
will retain the commenting crew that's of high quality and show *all* the races live.
I guess we'll find out in the spring. Until then, AbA :)
Edit- Oh, here's an item about the Giants/Cowboys, one of the best rivalries in the whole NFL:
No I didn't Scott but glad you enjoyed it.
Poor old Alonso as I said before I hope he isn't a member LOL. In this case I am glad he finished second as it keeps the championship alive. There is much media talk over here that Vettel has signed for Ferrari for 2014 but he has denied it. Sad to see Schumacher retire so ignominiously, I don't know why he came back unless he wanted to try to beat Vettel.
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