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Tag Archives: ESPN2

2010-11 Premier League on US TV: Preliminary TV Schedule, Aug thru Dec

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City will kick off the Premier League TV coverage for soccer fans worldwide and in the United States on ESPN2 beginning with the new 2010-11 season on Saturday, August 14. And now that the Premier League … Continue reading

ESPN Impress with World Cup Coverage Thus Far

Posted on by Jesse Chula

The first few days of the 2010 FIFA World Cup have come and gone like Robert Green’s stint as England’s #1 and ESPN (so far) have impressed with their fantastic coverage here in the States. It seems like ITV is … Continue reading

Reading The Tea Leaves Of Premier League TV Schedules

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Seeing which Premier League games are scheduled on television is often like reading tea leaves. The TV networks guess which matches will generate the most number of viewers and will pick those if they have first dibs. In the case … Continue reading

Blackburn v Arsenal Match Blacked-Out In United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Soccer fans living in the United States who want to watch Blackburn Rovers against Arsenal today (Noon ET) will be disappointed to learn that the game is not available and is, for lack of better words, blacked-out. It’s not being … Continue reading

TV Ratings For Manchester United v Spurs On ESPN2

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Last week’s match at Old Trafford between two in-form teams — Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur — was broadcast on ESPN2 in the United States. Regarding the number of viewers the 7:30am ET game got, it garnered a viewing audience … Continue reading

ESPN2 TV Ratings for Man City v Man United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A few weeks ago, ESPN2 achieved a record high TV viewing audience for a broadcast of a Premier League match on US television. That game on April 3, 2010 between Manchester United and Chelsea drew an audience of 526,000 viewers. … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel v ESPN – Which is Better?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

To say Americans rely on quality television stations and reliable broadcasts for our fix of the Premier League and other avenues of the beautiful game is a vast understatement. No, “rely” is simply too small a word to describe the … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Plus Gets Liverpool v Chelsea on US TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The schedule for the remaining Premier League fixtures on US television has been updated, except for the last day of the season, and the big news is that you better start making your plans to prepare for the May 2nd match … Continue reading

Man United v Chelsea TV Audience Breaks EPL Record In US

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Last weekend’s Manchester United against Chelsea match televised live on ESPN2 scored the largest viewing audience number ever for a Premier League game on US television. By U.S. standards, an incredible 526,000 viewers in 420,000 households watched the broadcast which … Continue reading

Top 10 Things Every Premier League TV Viewer Must Have

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Having followed the top flight of English league soccer for 32 years and having spent 26 of those years in the United States scrambling to find the best and most reliable sources of soccer news and information, I have the … Continue reading

Analysis of ESPN2's EPL TV Viewing Figures, 2009-10

Posted on by LD Montejo

Editor’s note: As a follow-up to the recent article about ESPN2′s number of viewers for Premier League games it has shown so far this season, I asked EPL Talk readers if anyone would be interested in analyzing the data more … Continue reading

ESPN2 EPL TV Ratings: August '09 to February '10

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s been several weeks since I’ve shared the Nielsen Ratings with you for the latest Premier League games televised live on ESPN2, so there’s plenty of news to cover. Overall, what is very evident is that the 10am ET timeslot … Continue reading

Poll: Which US Soccer TV Network Is The Best Value For Money?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Which US soccer TV network represents the best value for money? Vote in the poll above and share your opinions in the comments section below. Yes, ESPN2 is not a US soccer network, but it does show a lot of … Continue reading

ESPN2 Will Televise Man United v Chelsea in April

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 received some good news Friday when the Premier League announced the list of games that have had their kickoff times moved to be shown during key television times. During April, ESPN2 will televise what many believe will be the … Continue reading

ABC to Televise England Against USA World Cup Match On US TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The TV schedule for the 2010 World Cup has been released for viewers in the United States, and the most highly anticipated match of the opening round featuring England against the United States of America will be televised live on … Continue reading

ESPN2 TV Ratings For 2009-2010 English Premier League: Aug to Jan

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to share the TV ratings for ESPN2′s coverage of the Barclay’s Premier League 2009-2010 season, so here are the most recent ratings from late December 2009 through last week. The new … Continue reading

Nielsen Ratings for Portsmouth v Liverpool on ESPN2

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’ve watched a lot of Premier League football on television this season, you’ve seen plenty of matches involving Burnley and Portsmouth in addition to the Big Four and other teams. Surprisingly, the games involving Burnley and Portsmouth have done … Continue reading

Are The Days Of Cable and Satellite Providers Numbered?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past decade, we’ve seen plenty of changes but one of the biggest ones has been that middle men have seen their power stripped away because of the Internet. Record companies are no longer as powerful as they used … Continue reading