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  Reply # 456320 7-Apr-2011 11:43
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I dont think that it will be on Youtube either this time.


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  Reply # 456534 7-Apr-2011 20:22
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Thank you for all those who replied to the petition, it is working. I rang Sky this afternoon, there is some news of a "deal" they are trying to make with the BCCI. Will let you know as I get more info.

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  Reply # 456745 8-Apr-2011 13:48
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I like cricket and I couldn't really give a toss about the IPL.

I think their money is better spent trying to invest in getting other rights, especially when they have it available on YouTube anyhow. The BCCI are too full of their own importance and charge too much for cricket anyhow. Don't see why Sky should bleed themselves dry for this tournament anyhow.

As an aside, Network Ten (the owner of One HD in Australia) took the BCCI to court, don't know if Sky's claim is related.

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  Reply # 456788 8-Apr-2011 16:16
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any update on this guys?

Thanks

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  Reply # 456874 8-Apr-2011 21:54
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I believe it is involved with Network Ten's issues in Australia.

http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2011/04/tv-rights-dispute-shuts-out-indian-premier-league.html

fez

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  Reply # 456875 8-Apr-2011 21:56
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DarkCypher: It's not sky's fault they made their offer, it's the BCCI being greedy pricks and no amount of complaining or petitioning will help.


What he said.

I dont get everyone blaming this on SKY - they made an offer, they made an attempt to get broadcasting rights.  They were rejected by the rights holders.  How does that translate to "lol sky are too cheap to screen our cricket"



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  Reply # 456955 9-Apr-2011 10:03
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Sky is enjoying monopoly here, if we have a competition. I am sure the situation would be different.

Hate u SKYTV, not only for not showing IPL but also not providing HD content.

Cheers

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  Reply # 459273 15-Apr-2011 22:59
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Not exactly HD quality, and plenty of Indian adds, but www.crictime.com does stream the matches.

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  Reply # 459274 15-Apr-2011 23:04
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www.youtube.com/indiatimes is showing all the IPL matches for free.

edit - Oh and yes they are live matches 




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 461967 24-Apr-2011 15:22
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watch it here all games live and free - http://world.ipl.indiatimes.com/

yes this works

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