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Behind The Scenes of NBC’s Premier League TV Coverage, Pt. 2

World Soccer Talk recently had the opportunity to interview NBC Sports Coordinating Producer Pierre Moossa, to sit down and discuss what goes into a typical Saturday broadcast of the Premier League.

Moossa discusses the ins- and outs of NBC’s coverage, as well as discussing his mentors Sam Flood, Dick Ebersol, Fred Gaudelli, Tommy Roy and Jim Bell.

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  1. Cantona

    September 12, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    Great interview… We all should thank Mr. Moosa for the way he did his homework and made the correct decisions regarding the Premier League broadcasts. This could have easily went the way of Dave ‘O Brian or dare I say it.. Gus Johnson. Finally someone paid attention to broadcasting history in this country and learned from past mistakes. It took ESPN a while.. They got it.. Now NBC shows they got it, right out of the trap.

    Never forget your CORE fans… Do that right and the rest will follow.

    Would love to hear some BBC feeds SKY SPORTS feeds for some matches… Regardless.. Quality has been top notch.

    Cantona—

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