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Discussion in 'Racing' started by yooperbikemike, Oct 29, 2012.
Thanks for the pics and reports Bootlace. Much appreciated.
World Superbike TV Is a Go in U.S.
<hr class="clear dotted_separator article_top_separator"> By: Henny Ray Abrams
The 2013 World Superbike Championship will make its live U.S. television debut on beIN SPORT television on Saturday night.
BeIN Sport, which has the U.S. broadcast rights to World Superbike, will show the first race live in the U.S.on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 8 p.m. EST. (Phillip Island is 16 hours ahead of EST.) Though the beIN SPORT website doesn't list World Superbike on its schedule, a spokesperson confirmed the time slot. It will also be available live online through the beIN SPORT website.
BeIN SPORT TV, which is owned jointly by Time Warner Cable of New York and Al Jazeera, is a sports channel that primarily broadcasts the top levels of European soccer, but also televises tennis, golf, volleyball, boxing, rugby and basketball. It's currently available on DISH and DIRECTTV, as well as in many areas on Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, and Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico.
Not available over my half-assed provider.
Or subscription. <sarcasm> </sarcasm>
Great stuff BOOTLACE!
Not available on FIOS.
Not available from my provider. Guess I'll be following the Philip Island round via ADV/Bootlace.
Revised version of article:
The 2013 World Superbike Championship may make its live U.S. television debut on beIN SPORT television on Saturday night, while being simultaneously streamed live online.
BeIN Sport, which has the U.S. broadcast rights to World Superbike, may show the first race live in the U.S.on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 8 p.m. EST. (Phillip Island is 16 hours ahead of EST.) Though the beIN SPORT website doesn't list World Superbike on its schedule, a spokesperson originally confirmed the time slot. However, in a follow-up e-mail, the spokesperson wrote that a decision hadn't been made on whether it would be televised.
"Superbike is only confirmed to be available streaming live online through the beIN SPORT website," the spokesperson wrote, adding that a decision on televising it would be made Wednesday, Feb. 20.
the website is only listing race 2 on Sunday, so far anyways. http://www.en.aljazeerasport.tv/Schedule
so it looks like there will be half a dozen households that get that channel, and I bet none of them even know what a motorcycle is.
let's hope,pray, light candles, chant, hum, and do whatever else might work, that there will be some type of on-line viewing, because WSBK has some awesome racing!
oh, and for those that missed my comments in other threads,
Streamed live online sounds like it will be available to me?
BTW - the race will be live Saturday night in the States. 8 PM I believe.
Free is better than via subscription.
What am I missing?
This works for me. I'm hoping (against hope) the streaming option is available for the season.
anyone have a link to the streaming?
This is a good place to start.
All the links I posted earlier in the thread will carry to world feed, live, too.
If it is available live online, I'll stream it. If I can pull that off using the awful network at the hotel.
I'd pay for a subscription just as I do for MotoGP. heck, I'd buy BSB and AMA if they were available to me too.
I'm on business travel for how knows how long and there ain't much I can do on a weekend that is entertaining and doesn't get me into trouble... :huh
I was able to watch WSBK races on youtube last season if I missed the race live.
Also, those links I posted previously will allow you to watch BSB live.
I'll give those a go. Thanks
So far I can't find anything on the new channel.
At least I can still stream Downton Abbey.
Reckon you guys have got it bad? I fly back to a remote mine site tomorrow, for nightshift, and get to see jack shit till I get home next week. Not happy.
No spoilers, right?
You didn't hear? Kruminacher won....
I see nothing on that site about any type of racing, all soccer stuff. maybe it's just not up yet since deal was just completed.