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On May 31st, DirecTV subscribers in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela, will be able to watch and experience the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea /Japan.

Using 23 strategically located cameras, DirecTV will offer the first interactive/multi-camera broadcast of the FIFA World Cup, which will consist of up to six exclusive video channels that will provide the live broadcast and replays of all 64 World Cup games. This coverage will run 24 hours a day for a total of 720 hours of continuous programming.

The broadcast will also include three audio options. Viewers will be able to choose the game narrations with commentators from Argentina, Mexico and an international Spanish feed. DirecTV will also produce 30 and 60 minutes pre- and post-game shows presented by renowned sports commentators, along with game summaries and daily highlights to be broadcast throughout the day.

As part of DirecTV's interactive applications, viewers will be able to vote and answer questions related to soccer and the results will be revealed at the end of the game (this is only one example of the many interactive options available to subscribers during the 2002 FIFA World Cup).

For more information on DirecTV Latin America, visit www.directvla.com.

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Too bad that's not available in the USA. That sounds REALLY cool. I'm not a big fan of soccer though, and I have Dish Network.
 
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