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Discussion in 'Sports Programming and Events' started by satexplorer, Feb 3, 2013.
NEW: ESPN3 will show Caribbean Premier League online.
I am confused with WI games right. is ESPN only showing tri-nation tournament? Who is the broadcaster of West Indies cricket? Is espn3 broadcaster of SRi Lanka cricket? If not, then that leaves West Indies, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and New Zealand cricket without a broadcaster.
Exactly...there is no point in online only coverage with so many restrictions from ISP
Agree...they have lot of channels and easily they can use one tv channel
pakistan is visiting West Indies. Is espn3 going to cover that series?
today espn3 on apple tv not working great, occasionally picture stopping. is anyone having the same issue?
While I agree that I'd like to see more cricket on a regular TV channel (esp on DirecTV) - it should be added that just because DirecTV has 3 or 4 "Alternate" ESPN channels listed in the guide on DirecTV (and possibly Dish) systems, that doesn't mean that content can automatically be shown on them. Most of the time, these channels show nothing, and so no satellite bandwidth is used. When they are used (same with the US sports packages) other stuff must be cut... ppv channels are reduced, other channels compressed more. I'm sure ESPN and DirecTV have some agreement over how often these channels can be used to actually show something.
do anyone experience occasional picture stop and buffering with espn3 on apple tv? what is the solution?
Wi vs pak is on Espn3
look like espn3 bought rights of games played in West Indies and Sri Lanka
For those with Willow TV channel (in SD or HD) - how has the picture and feed quality been for the Eng-NZ series and the recent English county matches?
I need to decide if I'm subscribing to them for the Ashes series - but if its low-quality picture rebroadcast from India, I might be less inclined to. Thanks!
The picture quality on the HD channel has been fabulous, glorious even (especially for the county games ..flt20 etc). Granted none of these were rebroadcasts from India. What feed they will choose for the Ashes who knows.... we are talking about willow after all.
i hope to goodness it is sky's coverage.
Come on England.
This sounds promising. At least it indicates they currently have the ability to bring a feed directly from Sky in England - so hopefully the Ashes coverage will be similar.
The HD channel on DISH has me wondering about sticking with DirecTV for the first time in 12 years.....
The guide never did update to show the Ashes game. The coverage is Sky's and the HD looks spectacular. This summer is going to be awesome.
Interesting first day play!
ESPN3 bags exclusive telecast rights for cricket in the US
this is good but would be better if ESPN create a dedicated HD cricket tv channel instead of via internet
Exclusive rights for what series/games/board?
WI, Sri Lanka, Pak
The following three are without any USA broadcaster. So who will take those?
- Tour matches from New Zealand
- Sri Lanka premier league
- Bangladesh Premier League
Fixtures for the the 2015 cricket World Cup jointly hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
Credit: International Cricket Council, New Zealand Newswire
All times local, times not official.
Saturday February 14 New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Christchurch 11:00
Australia v England, Melbourne 14:00
Sunday February 15 South Africa v Zimbabwe, Hamilton 14:00
India v Pakistan, Adelaide 13:30
February 16 West Indies v Ireland, Nelson 11:00
February 17 New Zealand v Qualifier 3, Dunedin 11:00
February 18 Bangladesh v Qualifier 2, Canberra 14:00
February 19 Zimbabwe v Qualifier 4, Nelson 11:00
February 20 New Zealand v England, Wellington 14:00
Saturday February 21 Pakistan v West Indies, Christchurch 11:00
Australia v Bangladesh, Brisbane 13:00
Sunday February 22 Sri Lanka v Q2, Dunedin 11:00
South Africa v India, Melbourne 14:00
February 23 England v Q3, Christchurch 11:00
February 24 West Indies v Zimbabwe, Canberra 14:00
February 25: Ireland v Q4, Brisbane 13:00
February 26: Q2 v Q3, Dunedin 11:00
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne 14:00
February 27 South Africa v West Indies, Sydney 14:00
Saturday February 28 New Zealand v Australia, Auckland 14:00
India v Q4, Perth 13:30
Sunday March 1: England v Sri Lanka, Wellington 11:00
Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Brisbane 13:00
March 3 South Africa v Ireland, Canberra 14:00
March 4 Pakistan v Q4, Napier 14:00
Australia v Q2, Sydney 14:00
March 5 Bangladesh v Q3, Nelson 11:00
March 6 India v West Indies, Perth 13:30
Saturday March 7: South Africa v Pakistan, Auckland 14:00
Zimbabwe v Ireland, Hobart 14:00
Sunday March 8 New Zealand v Q2, Napier 11:00
Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney 14:00
March 9 England v Bangladesh, Adelaide 13:30
March 10 India v Ireland, Hamilton 14:00
March 11 Sri Lanka v Q3, Hobart 14:00
March 12 South Africa v Q4, Wellington 14:00
March 13 New Zealand v Bangladesh, Hamilton 14:00
England v Q2, Sydney 14:00
Saturday March 14 India v Zimbabwe, Auckland 14:00
Australia v Q3, Hobart 14:00
Sunday March 15 West Indies v Q4, Napier 11:00
Pakistan v Ireland, Adelaide 13:30
March 18 Quarterfinal 1, Sydney 14:00
March 19 Quarterfinal 2, Melbourne 14:00
March 20 Quarterfinal 3, Adelaide 13:30
March 21 Quarterfinal 4, Wellington 14:00
March 24 Semifinal 1, Auckland 14:00
March 26 Semifinal 2, Sydney 14:00
Sunday March 29 Final, Melbourne 14:00