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How TV Is Changing The Way We Experience Football

 How TV Is Changing The Way We Experience FootballHere are three articles from this weekend, all of which discuss a different aspect of how technology and television are changing the way we experience football. Enjoy.

  • Setanta In Funding Talks For UK Soccer TV” — Setanta is reportedly seeking new funding to prepare itself for the new bidding for the next round of Premier League TV rights in the UK, which should begin in the next few days (Reuters)
  • Back When We Only Saw Trailers Of The English Premier League” — An Indian soccer fan discusses how the level of EPL coverage in India has made giant strides in the last decade (A Common Fan’s Sports Diary)
  • Setanta & I” — A review of Setanta Broadband from a football fan in England (Two Hundred Percent)

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