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International Rules Television and Radio Coverage

Television and Radio Coverage of 2011 International Rules Tests

Premium Sports and afl.com.au will be providing television and radio coverage (respectively) of the AFL/GAA 2011 International Rules Series, scheduled for October 28 in Melbourne and November 4 in Gold Coast.

Premium Sports (http://www.premiumsports.tv/) coverage may be seen by subscribing to the feeds on UStream (link removed no longer valid) or Setanta-I (http://www.setantasportsplus.com/).  There is no coverage on ESPN in the US or TSN in Canada.  Coverage will begin at 4:30 AM US EDT for the first match and 4:30 AM US EST for the second.  We will update this if it changes.

The cost for the tests is $19.99 each. 

Radio coverage may be heard per usual through afl.com.au.  Further information is available on our AFL Radio page.

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Television Coverage Q & A

Here are some answers to questions and comments we get frequently here at AFANA.   (9/2015: This page is no longer maintained. It is obsolete. Go here for information.)

If you have a question please let us know by contacting us and if your question seems relevant to others, we may add it here.  This information in this FAQ has not been fully updated in a long time.  Some old questions are kept for reference purposes. 

Contents:
1.  I can't find the network or the times Aussie Rules is on the TV!

2.  We got no warning that footy was leaving Fox!

3.  Will Setanta show more than one live game per week?

4.  There are too many commercials on Setanta and all they do is promote their own programs.  They should show interviews and other halftime coverage, too.
 

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