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Tag Archives: Setanta Sports

Is Justin.tv The Killer App For Soccer Fans?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On Wednesday, there was only one TV network in the UK where you could watch the 2010 World Cup qualifying match against Croatia and that was Setanta Sports. Well, at least legally that is. While only four million people in … Continue reading

Setanta UK To Offer Its Own Free-To-Air Highlight Program Of Croatia-England

Posted on by Jeff Hash

The Guardian is reporting that Setanta Sports in the United Kingdom has reached a series of deals with several television providers to go unencrypted and offer its own highlight program for tonight’s match between Croatia and England.  The program starts … Continue reading

World Cup Qualifying: Your Running Commentary

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England’s away match today against Croatia is massive for several reasons. First, a loss against Croatia will be a huge blow to England’s hopes of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup. Second, a loss would put immense pressure under Fabio … Continue reading

England Football Fans Shut Out On Both Sides Of The Atlantic

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For once, the Brits know how it feels to be American. That is, they know how difficult it is to watch England play football on TV. With the TV rights for England in Britain going to Setanta Sports, most Englanders … Continue reading

England Are In A No-Win Situation Against Andorra

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Only a few days remain before England plays their first 2010 World Cup qualifying match against Andorra at the Estadio Olímpico de Montjuïc in Barcelona, Spain. No matter what England does, they cannot win. England’s 2007 match against Andorra continues … Continue reading

What's The Best Country To Watch Weekend Soccer Matches?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Taking my kids to a friend’s birthday party on Saturday morning, I had the sudden realization that perhaps the best place in the world to watch weekend soccer matches on TV is the United States. Well, at least the Eastern … Continue reading

Setanta Has Its Rights, But Is Not Selling England Highlights In Its Best Interests?

Posted on by Jeff Hash

We are barely a month into the new four year contract that saw England national team matches move from the BBC and Sky to ITV and Setanta, but already Setanta, despite its smaller reach and operation, is playing tough.  The … Continue reading

Serie A On TV Updated

Posted on by Kevin Walker

   Calling all Serie A Fanatics,  please take time to click on the Serie A On TV link above, for up-to-date coverage for North America, with UK coverage to follow. (A complete schedule of LIVE matches is located on the bottom half … Continue reading

Does Setanta Broadband Work On An Apple iPhone?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Setanta Broadband isn’t currently compatible with the Apple iPhone, but a source inside Setanta Sports USA has informed me that they are currently in the process of implementing a new solution and intend to make it as cross-platform as possible … Continue reading

BBC World News Interviews The Gaffer

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s a really busy but exciting time in the Premier League right now, and the same is true at EPL Talk HQ — where Hurricane Fay, now Tropical Storm Fay, is bringing a ton of rain, wind and tornadoes on … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Drops The Ball With Premier League TV Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The opening day of the new 2008/2009 Premier League season is over, and there was plenty of entertainment in store. We’ll share our opinions of what we saw on the pitch over the next few days. But first, for viewers … Continue reading

Setanta Sports Adds Video Forum To North American Websites

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Setanta Sports North America has added a new feature to its U.S. and Canadian websites. The new feature allows you, the viewer, to voice your opinion by uploading a video recorded on your webcam or computer. The first topic is: … Continue reading

Top Up TV Offering Setanta Free For A Season To New Customers In The UK

Posted on by Jeff Hash

For what is suppose to be a pay-tv service, Setanta is becoming a favorite option for television providers looking to offer an cheap incentive for customers. Top Up TV, a subscription service that offers on-demand programming alongside the Freeview TV … Continue reading

Big Concern For Bundesliga Fans On DISH Network

Posted on by Christopher Harris

As of August 1, GolTV – the 24/7 soccer network – has been removed from DISH Network due to a contract dispute. According to GolTV, “this occurs despite efforts to continue GolTV’s availability to Dish customers.” DISH Network, in retort, … Continue reading

Premier League Teams Appearing Most Often On Setanta Sports

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In our continuing analysis of Premier League matches on TV, here are the teams that will be shown most frequently on Setanta Sports for the first few months of the 2008/2009 season, as of press time Liverpool, 7 times Everton, … Continue reading

Premier League Teams Appearing Most Often On Fox Soccer Channel

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In our continuing analysis of Premier League matches on TV, here are the teams that will be shown most frequently on Fox Soccer Channel for the first few months of the 2008/2009 season, as of press time: Arsenal, 6 times … Continue reading

Why Fox Soccer Channel Viewers Need To Subscribe To Setanta Sports

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For soccer fans in the United States, it’s the $179.88 question. That’s the cost* for the next 12 months for hundreds of live football matches on Setanta Sports. But in these tough economic times, should you splash the cash? And, … Continue reading

How Often Your Favorite Premier League Club Will Be Shown On US TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

While your Premier League brethren in the United Kingdom have to wait more than two months before they’ll be able to see all 20 clubs playing entire matches on television, viewers in the United States will only have to wait … Continue reading