Setanta to Feature Premiership Matches Via Broadband

According to the North American version of Setanta Sports’s web site, the Irish broadcaster will begin offering Premier League matches via broadband starting with the 2007/2008 season.

This is wonderful news for EPL fans. No word yet on how many matches will be available, but it’s definitely a positive step.

To learn more about Setanta Broadband, read issue number two of the EPL Talk Magazine where we feature a review of the service.

Thanks to eplnfl for the tip.

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One Response to Setanta to Feature Premiership Matches Via Broadband

  1. geezapaul says:

    Setanta will also be broadcasting matches in the UK next season, Sky no longer have a monopoly on live matches.

    If you want to watch the climax to this season though go to http://www.premiershipstreams.com – Saturday 24th Feb kicks off with Fulham v Man Utd at 1245 GMT.

    This site is completley free and there’s no need to register.

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