U.S. TV Time for World Championships....

U.S. TV Time for World Championships....

Post by Pat Fleckenste » Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:00:00


    The World Championships are being held in Japan in
    November.  I'll likely *not* be in Japan.  But, I
    really want to see some (well, *all*) of these
    games.  Does anyone have any information about what
    kind of TV coverage will available in the U.S. for
    this?  Will I be able to see any of it on broadcast
    TV?  Will I need ESPN-2?  Will I need to subscribe
    to a satellite system?  Or, am I just plain out of
    luck?

    alter,
    pat

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    The opulence of the front office decor varies
    inversely with the fundamental solvency of the firm.

 
 
 

U.S. TV Time for World Championships....

Post by Andrew D Beye » Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

>    The World Championships are being held in Japan in
>    November.  I'll likely *not* be in Japan.  But, I
>    really want to see some (well, *all*) of these
>    games.  Does anyone have any information about what
>    kind of TV coverage will available in the U.S. for
>    this?  Will I be able to see any of it on broadcast
>    TV?  Will I need ESPN-2?  Will I need to subscribe
>    to a satellite system?  Or, am I just plain out of
>    luck?

just a guess, pat -

HOPELESSLY OUT OF LUCK.

someone please prove me wrong.  i would love to see some coverage as well

Andrew

 
 
 

U.S. TV Time for World Championships....

Post by Ken Skace » Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:00:00

How about satelites? Can you get foreign stations?
Quote:

>    The World Championships are being held in Japan in
>    November.  I'll likely *not* be in Japan.  But, I
>    really want to see some (well, *all*) of these
>    games.  Does anyone have any information about what
>    kind of TV coverage will available in the U.S. for
>    this?  Will I be able to see any of it on broadcast
>    TV?  Will I need ESPN-2?  Will I need to subscribe
>    to a satellite system?  Or, am I just plain out of
>    luck?

>    alter,
>    pat

>--
>    The opulence of the front office decor varies
>    inversely with the fundamental solvency of the firm.