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PostSubject: argyle tv coverage   argyle tv coverage EmptyTue Apr 16, 2024 4:02 pm

Sky Sports agrees new five-year EFL deal: Over 1000 matches per season!

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EFL clubs have unanimously approved a record domestic rights deal with Sky Sports over a five-year period with over 1000 matches to be broadcast each season – a record number of games for any club football agreement.

Running from season 2024/25 to 2028/29, the arrangement will be made up of guaranteed payments of £895m and £40m in marketing benefits.

In total, 1,059 EFL matches are set to be broadcast across existing Sky Sports channels or live via a Sky Sports streaming destination available on TV and mobile devices.

The new deal represents a 50 per cent increase on the value of the current rights agreement and will see significantly enhanced exposure for all EFL clubs provided through on-air and digital support from Sky Sports to promote EFL competitions, clubs, and community initiatives.

Each season, Sky Sports will broadcast a minimum of:

328 Sky Bet Championship matches
248 Sky Bet League One matches
248 Sky Bet League Two matches
All 15 Play-Off matches
All 93 Carabao Cup matches
All 127 EFL Trophy matches

Each League weekend fixture round will see 10 live EFL fixtures shown. Five matches will be shown from the Sky Bet Championship and supporters of Sky Bet League One and League Two teams will now benefit from greater coverage than ever before with five of their games being broadcast live. For the first time ever, fans will be also able to watch every match from the Carabao Cup and EFL Trophy.

Argyle TV will cease to offer domestic live video coverage of EFL matches. Also, as a result of this new deal with sky sports fixtures will be moved around quite often to accommodate tv coverage so we may aswell get used to friday evening and saturday evening and lunch time kickoff times no matter what league we are in.
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PostSubject: Re: argyle tv coverage   argyle tv coverage EmptyTue Apr 16, 2024 5:20 pm

Pretty much seems the end of 'Saturday 3pm' being the time for Football. The relatively short notice given for fixture re-arrangements due to television makes it difficult for some of us to get to re-arranged matches. I guess the TV viewer is now the main priority, not the poor suckers who actually stil go through the turnstiles.
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PostSubject: Re: argyle tv coverage   argyle tv coverage EmptyTue Apr 16, 2024 5:30 pm

Flat_Track_Bully wrote:
Pretty much seems the end of 'Saturday 3pm' being the time for Football. The relatively short notice given for fixture re-arrangements due to television makes it difficult for some of us to get to re-arranged matches. I guess the TV viewer is now the main priority, not the poor suckers who actually stil go through the turnstiles.

it wouldnt be as bad if sky would select the games well in advance and not a few weeks notice but your right 3pm kick off saturday is going to be rare.
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PostSubject: Re: argyle tv coverage   argyle tv coverage EmptyTue Apr 16, 2024 8:04 pm

Sky, a fecking cancer.
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seadog wrote:
Sky, a fecking cancer.

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