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NFL 09/10

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As I will be in Thailand at the start of the 2009 season (September), is there anyone out there with an update where to view the matches (either cable/satellite or bars - with reference to bars, I prefer quieter places where one can here the commentary).

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Tough to watch the NFL live in bar. Games tend to be on rather early Monday morning when the bars are closed. Best thing is True Sport 4 which shows replay of the Sunday and Monday night game on Monday and Tuesday evening, without any commercial breaks. They do the whole game in 2 hours. Took them a while to get it going last season as there were apparently some contractual issues that ran well into the season. Hope they don’t have that problem this year.

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True Visions Channel 40 (ASN Network) are presently showing many old NFL and College games.

 

All Sports Network - too early to say what exactly will be shown during the football season, but lots of speculation on the web (ThaiVisa specifically).

 

http://www.asn.tv/eng/about.html

http://www.asn.tv/eng/content.html

 

But if it is really what this website is saying, then yes it will be a major improvement for US sports!

 

Cheers!

 

All Sports Network, ASN, a brand new 24-hour Pan Asian sports channel featuring exclusive coverage of some of the America’s biggest sports and other thrilling action events from around the world including the U.S. National Football League (NFL – up to 4 live games per week), the National Hockey League (NHL – up to 5 live games per week), and NCAA college basketball and football, March Madness, Motor-sports (such as Formula Drift, Touring Car, GT racing), Extreme Sports, Pro....

 

National Football League (NFL)

 

NFL is one of the most popular sports league in North America. During the NFL season, ASN features over 50 hrs of NFL programming per week, including up to 4 LIVE games per week during the regular season, coverage of all playoff games including the Superbowl and Probowl. ASN features more NFL games in Asia than ever before.

 

NFL Gameday

 

A weekly half-hour program of recap of all the previous weekend’s NFL action.

 

NFL Total Access

 

NFL Total Access is uniquely structured to see the game through the participants’ eyes. Covering all 32 teams, NFL Total Access features interviews with players, coaches and other key league personnel. Using the most advanced technology, NFL Total Access has the ability to go live to any NFL team headquarters at any time.

 

NCAA: Pac 10, Big 12,

SEC & ACC

 

ASN brings the most of NCAA college sports from some of the top conferences. First time in Asia and the widest coverage of US college sports in the Region. ASN covers Pac 10, Big 12, SEC, and ACC football and basketball tournaments around the seasons.

 

NCAA

 

ASN brings the most of NCAA college sports from some of the top conferences.

 

 

 

NCAA March Madness

and Final Four

 

ASN will cover all the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships - March Madness® and the Final Four® matches, live and delay. The March Madness is one of the most anticipated basketball championship of the year.

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Speaking of dogs......I saw that Mike "Maddog" Vick signed with the Philadelphia Eagles for a year with an option. I guess I feel he's done his time so let him move on but lots of folks in the press and otherwise feel differently.

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Already impressed with ASN - watching the USC-OSU game now (Sunday 18:00) - was live just 12 hours ago.

 

Unfortunately, I know who won already ( :( )

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Oops - channel surfing and got the wrong network.

 

ASN is playing an old Big Ten game (Purdue-Penn State).

 

It is ESPN that is showing the USC-OSU game.

 

I hope that affects the outcome!

 

Cheers

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