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EPL and LaLiga unveil ambitious TV plans: World Soccer Talk Podcast

EPL and LaLiga TV plans

Listen to our latest episode focused on EPL and LaLiga TV plans.

World Soccer Talk is a weekly podcast about watching soccer on TV, online and apps.

In the NEW episode, number 173, Christopher Harris and co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer cover a range of topics including:

• Bundesliga brings the noise
• LaLiga and the Premier League announce ambitious plans for their return
• Why Major League Soccer is skating on thin ice financially
• How TV piracy may scupper the Newcastle United takeover plans
• NWSL is back… back again, this time with plans for a summer tournament
• Plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.

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Launched in 2006, the World Soccer Talk Podcast is the longest running podcast on the planet. Every week, we share the latest news about watching soccer on television and streaming, in addition to discussing what we like and dislike, and featuring your questions and feedback in our Listener Mailbag segment.

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  1. Robert

    May 29, 2020 at 9:34 am

    You are correct the MLS is facing some serious times. Whatever is planned to replace the season it will not bring in much revenue. Even after the worse of this pandemic is over people may be afraid to return to stadiums.
    It will be most likely next year before there is a vaccine and unless if is shown to be safe and not rushed into distribution, many may not get the shot. Then there are those who for some reason say they will never get the shot and are willing to put others in danger.
    This does not make the future very bright for World Football and sports in general..

  2. Monte Reed

    May 29, 2020 at 8:23 am

    Right before kick off on the Dortmund and Bayern Munich match the announcer stated that we would be able to hear everything on the pitch but instead all we heard was that fake piped-in noise. Showing a stadium that is empty and playing that piped-in noise is fake.
    Yes, crowd noise makes the match better but not when it is fake noise. I really really really do not like it!!! If there is no crowd in the stands, I want to hear the action on the field, the kicking of the ball, the communication of the players and the coaches. I want what is real, not some fake noise.
    Had the match playing in my office and one of my co-workers came in and saw the match on and the first thing this non-soccer watching person said was “what’s up with the crowd noise when there is nobody in the stands, that is just wrong.”

    • Chronos

      May 31, 2020 at 2:11 am

      Agreed. The sound of the crowd follows – and sometimes influences – the flow of the game. The fake crowd noise doesn’t quite follow that flow. So it is distracting.

      Just to confirm, it isn’t coming from the stadiums’ PA systems, right?

      • Christopher Harris

        May 31, 2020 at 11:43 am

        The artificial crowd noise is coming from Sky Deutschland. They’re making an audio feed available to broadcasters worldwide that contains artificial crowd noise, if they want it.

        The only noise in the stadium is from the players and managers. Nothing on the PA.

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