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ZEE Sports America - Ind Pak series

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by quizzer, Oct 23, 2007.

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  1. quizzer

    quizzer Icon

    Aug 29, 2006
    I was not able to add this channel online...i need to call them i guess---will be doing it today.

    have u added this channel already?
  2. quizzer

    quizzer Icon

    Aug 29, 2006
    I added this channel after calling them.

    plan to keep this till ind pak series and drop it after that

    will have to incur $5.00 one time charge as well for dropping.

    anyway around 30 USD for this series is very cheap compared to PPV days.
  3. rwmair

    rwmair Godfather

    Nov 16, 2006

    As a DirecTV subscriber, I haven't seen Zee Sports, but we've had plenty of cricket for the last few years. However, the Cricket Ticket 2008 schedule, that recently went up at:
    has many fewer matches and series than in previous years, and indeed, only includes series from Sri Lanka after March 2008.

    Does anyone know the status of cricket rights for North America from most of the other countries? I thought most of DirecTV's cricket agreements were for four years - and I wonder if they're now expiring over the next 6 months or so?

    I know some folks here had intricate details of the rights negotiations for North America back when DirecTV signed up. Does anyone have news this time around?
  4. ramcm7

    ramcm7 Legend

    Aug 1, 2002
    Does anyone know who (Dish or DirecTV) will be carrying the Sri Lanka in West Indies tour? I saw that the WICB awarded the broadcast rights, but no details as to who would handle it in the US.
  5. satexplorer

    satexplorer Superstar

    Feb 6, 2007
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    DirecTV contract with WICB ended. I'm not sure DirecTV will sign due to them losing HYPE TV. I don't see CaribVision showing it. I see that West Indies in the ICC rankings are in the mid-bottom.
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