Actually it's $17.00/month (on Bell at least) and I believe the original announcement stated it would remain a premium sports channel, so I doubt you'll any changes, at least not for some time.When Sportsnet changes Setanta's name in October (?) will it still cost $15 a month? Also will it go HD?
hehe easy tiger. We don't have the deep pockets of our cross-town rivals at the moment.As a Liverpool fan I probably shouldn't say anything but, boy, Everton look like total rubbish this year. Not that there's anything unusual about that.
Hee hee, he's saying we looked rubbish when they had to wait until Arsenal were down to 10 men before scoring....and then it was an own goal.hehe easy tiger. We don't have the deep pockets of our cross-town rivals at the moment.
Heads up, it appears the 2min game recaps on premierleaguelive.tv are free without a paid account or logging in at all. The 45 min require an account but at least today the 2min ones are streaming. Can be handy if you missed a match.
That own goal was the result of well applied Liverpool pressure.Hee hee, he's saying we looked rubbish when they had to wait until Arsenal were down to 10 men before scoring....and then it was an own goal.
I kinda sorta disagree.Anyone disagree?
According to a Rogers brochure I could get TSN2 as part of the Digital VIP for $63.99 + tax p/m. That's pretty much what I'm paying with Shaw Direct without Setanta but with Gol TV. I haven't looked in depth at it but I think you pretty much end up paying the same no matter which cable/satellite company you use.btw Andrew - I see you are in Toronto, as I have noted before it is cheaper with Rogers to get Setanta than it is to get the occasional matches on TSN2.
Within striking distance of a Champions League place!Oh, and Liverpool are welcome to 5th place
If they'd got the WC rights this year I would've held on to it until the tournament ended.however they will not have the Rugby World Cup this fall as it will be on TSN and TSN2.