2010 South American World Cup Qualifiers Broadcast

Discussion in 'TV, Satellite & Radio' started by wiswis, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. wiswis

    wiswis Member

    Mar 27, 2004
    ALL Games will be available to residential via pay-per-view and Gol TV. guaranteed for the first 20 games (first 4 rounds)
    Dishnetwork will show 16 games on pay-per-view
    here are the prices.
    Buy an individual game or a package!
    Individual Game $29.99
    4-Game Package** $59.99
    Entire Events Package $159.99 (16 Games)

    here is the schedule:
    Argentina Vs Chile SAT 10/13/07 3:40 PM
    Ecuador Vs Venezuela SAT 10/13/07 5:50 PM
    Perú Vs Paraguay SAT 10/13/07 8:00 AM
    Colombia Vs Brazil SUN 10/14/07 4:00 PM
    Chile Vs Perú TUE 10/16/07 7:40 PM
    Bolivia Vs Colombia WED 10/17/07 16:40 PM
    Brazil Vs Ecuador WED 10/17/07 6:45 PM
    Venezuela Vs Argentina WED 10/17/07 8:45 PM
    Argentina Vs Bolivia SAT 11/17/07 4:10 PM
    Colombia Vs Venezuela SAT 11/17/07 6:20 PM
    Perú Vs Brazil SUN 11/18/07 3:00 PM
    Paraguay Vs Ecuador SUN 11/18/07 5:10 PM
    Venezuela Vs Bolivia TUE 11/20/07 6:10 PM
    Colombia Vs Argentina TUE 11/20/07 8:20 PM
    Brazil Vs Uruguay WED 11/21/07 6:45 PM
    Ecuador Vs Perú WED 11/21/07 8:50 PM

    The four other games will be on Goltv.
    Hope they do that for all the rounds not just the first 4 rounds. I think they will do but they don't have a confirmed kick off times.

    Check the following link:
    http://www.dishnetwork.com/content/whats_on_dish/pay_per_view/sports/soccer/index.shtml

    https://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=563703&page=5
     
  2. FutbolLover

    FutbolLover New Member

    Sep 12, 2007
    NYC
    Thanks for information. I dont wanto pay for ppv but may have no choice.
     
  3. danielmak

    danielmak Member

    Sep 26, 2004
    off the purple line
    When you say the 4 other games will be on GOL TV are you referring to live games only? In the past GOL has shown a couple games on delay. I know they won't want to undercut their own ppv by saying they will show stuff on delay, but is there any chatter about any of the games beyond these 4 appearing on delay?

    And what about DirecTV? They running ppv? Not that I will order it since I am generally against ppv (although my new Deportes addition is basically functioning in the same fashion since I'm paying $20 per month just to see CL games that don't appear on Setanta, ESPN, or ESPN Classic (perhaps 2 per week). Take care.
     
  4. HDSports

    HDSports Member

    Aug 30, 2005
    In the past, a couple of different distributors held the rights to the games. Both packages ended up showing games on a couple days delay, one package on Telemundo, and the other, the one that DishNetwork broadcast, was shown on GOLTV. With SCP pairing with GOLTV in producing all the qualifiers this time around, I am optimistic that you will be able to see these matches on GOLTV... if you don't mind watching on delay.
     
  5. FutbolLover

    FutbolLover New Member

    Sep 12, 2007
    NYC
    No I don't really care about 'not-live' in case of games like this. Often I can not watch matches live any way because of working or being out so Im used to watching many games later on delay. As long as I can see them later at least I'm happy so thanx for good news. :)
     
  6. Visca...

    Visca... Member

    Sep 13, 2004
    ATL
    Nat'l Team:
    Peru
    They will. 1 game each round. 18 total. That's what they got in return from the company for helping them distribute the rights.

    And seems like this is exclusive with Dish PPV. Just like the 2006 WCQ, Dish handled the signal and the Goltv crew narrated the games. Seems like GolTV are closer to Dish than with DirecTV.
     
  7. simont

    simont Member

    Nov 15, 2005
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I am a bit confused with GOLTV's coverage of the qualifying matches. I have been seeing a few ads on GOLTV for the world cup qualifying,and they say they have every game. I read on this board that some people say that they only have one game per round.
    If that is true then maybe there will be a few games taped and one game live. Could someone verify what the reality is?

    Simont
     
  8. MetroChile

    MetroChile Member+

    Jan 13, 2001
    NJ; Valpo.
    Club:
    Santiago Wanderers
    Nat'l Team:
    Chile
    GolTV will offer one game live each round.
    I am assuming they will show repeats of all the other games each round.
    Furthermore, if you have DN, you can watch all the games on PPV.

    Metro
     
  9. Visca...

    Visca... Member

    Sep 13, 2004
    ATL
    Nat'l Team:
    Peru
    GolTV will also have a comprehensive highlights and analysis show of all the action once the round of games are over.
     
  10. BocaFan

    BocaFan Member+

    Aug 18, 2003
    Brooklyn, NY
    Since you live in New York, you can watch them at Nevada's Smiths. All the games will be free except the ones involving Argentina or Brasil.
     
  11. Arañas

    Arañas New Member

    Sep 19, 2007
    Chile
    Club:
    CD Colo Colo
    Nat'l Team:
    Chile
    I happen to stop in there about a year ago, noticed they had a big Liverpool scene.
     
  12. simont

    simont Member

    Nov 15, 2005
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I posted a reply to this thread asking what the schedule is for GOLTV. I've just seen an ad on a GOLTV prog I tivo'd. The ad was fast, but thanks to TIVo I paused it and get the shcedule. oct 13th Uraguay v Bolivia live 2:30 EST 11:30 PT. Tape delay games are on:
    Mon 10/15. 5pm est 2pm pt Equador v venezeula
    Argentina v Chile 9pm est 6pm pt

    10/16 colombia v brazil 9pm est 6pt

    Simon T
     
  13. danielmak

    danielmak Member

    Sep 26, 2004
    off the purple line
    So comparing the schedule listed at the beginning of this thread and Simon's on-screen detective skills, it seems that Paraguay v. Peru is the only match on the opening day that won't be shown either live or on delay on Gol. Am I reading that correctly? Hopefully this match will show up at some point. Will any of these games be sold to Telemundo for delayed broadcast? It seems like Telemundo picks up some of Gol's games (e.g., Bundesliga games featuring Mexican internationals but has also sold some games to Gol that appear on 3 day delay). Take care.
     
  14. HDSports

    HDSports Member

    Aug 30, 2005
    First 2 rounds on GOL:

    Sat, October 13:
    2:30 pm- Uruguay v. Bolivia (L)

    Mon, October 15:
    3:00 pm- Peru v. Paraguay
    5:00 pm- Ecuadorv. Venezuela
    9:00 pm- Argentina v. Chile

    Tue, Ocotober 16:
    9:00 pm- Columbia v. Brazil

    _______________

    Wed, October 17:
    6:00 pm- Paraguay v. Uruguay (L)

    Thur, October 18-
    9:00 pm- Venezuela v. Argentina

    Fri, October 19-
    12:30 pm- Chile v. Peru
    4:30 pm- Bolivia v. Columbia
    9:00 pm- Brazil v. Ecuador
     
  15. Visca...

    Visca... Member

    Sep 13, 2004
    ATL
    Nat'l Team:
    Peru
    awesome. thanks for the info, guys.
     

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