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tevez417
14-07-2010, 04:52 AM
Hi folks,

yes I know, I am new to the forum, but anyway, I will start with a tough question which will help me a lot :D:

Which soccer programming can be received from within NZ?

I am searching mainly for complete league coverage, but partial league coverage might be interesting as well. forget about the "Big-5" which I can watch on every channel here and there. I am interested in the less popular leagues, like
- South Korea
- Japan
- ...

Pay-TV or free-tv does not matter. Also, satellite (even if on the very far border area of the footprint) is fine, as long as it is technically receivable in NZ (Auckland area).

Looking forward to get a complete list. I will start with the obvious ones:
- Japan J-League: 100% coverage via Setanta Australia on NZ-beam of Optus D2 (pay-tv)
- NZ: 100% coverage via Sky New Zealand on Optus D1 at 160.0E (NZ beam) - also pay-tv

Apsattv
14-07-2010, 06:54 AM
Dare I say it but I think you would do better to post your request over at

http://www.vetrun.net

More people to answer it

Why the demand for soccer?

paulw
14-07-2010, 09:21 AM
Dare I say it but I think you would do better to post your request over at

http://www.vetrun.net

More people to answer it

Why the demand for soccer?

I guess it's the flavor of the month at the moment..

Apsattv
14-07-2010, 10:31 AM
The request looks a bit more involved than that..

Setting up a sports bar??

tevez417
14-07-2010, 09:16 PM
Actually VERY involved in soccer, yes :D
I am doing video based scouting services for big european clubs.
This is why I need to get good coverage from around the world...

Apsattv
14-07-2010, 11:36 PM
Please post on the site I mentioned and we will continue from there..

Lots of options..

musikdj
01-08-2010, 01:25 AM
Actually VERY involved in soccer, yes :D
I am doing video based scouting services for big european clubs.
This is why I need to get good coverage from around the world...


Have you ever thought about using a slingbox to receive the UK BSKYB on 28.8E or maybe Hotbird on 13.0 E & streaming it back to new zealand. You will need someone in UK with BSKYB & a ADSL internet connection & of course you will need a fast uncapped internet connection in New Zealand.

Apsattv
01-08-2010, 05:27 AM
" you will need a fast uncapped internet connection in New Zealand"

Does not exist!

musikdj
01-08-2010, 06:14 AM
Is it still that bad back home, I thought things would of improved due to the government unbundling of the local loop