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# 89982 12-Sep-2011 23:29
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If sky claim they have exclusive rights to air the rwc live, just interested to know how is maori tv able to air this live aswell and fta? correct me if im wrong.

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  # 520249 12-Sep-2011 23:43
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read the media release linked below, it defines the rights well. SKY are the only ones with the rights to broadcast all 48 games live. Other channels, including Maori, have rights to broadcast some of the games live.
Maori also has the rights to broadcast all games delayed.

http://media.maoritelevision.com/default.aspx?tabid=209&pid=6137




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  # 520307 13-Sep-2011 08:20
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Maybe sky is the main broadcaster on it and it's there camra crew doing rugby world cup. And fta channels buy the right off sky to rebroadcast it




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  # 520316 13-Sep-2011 08:48
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cws82us: Maybe sky is the main broadcaster on it and it's there camra crew doing rugby world cup. And fta channels buy the right off sky to rebroadcast it


And Media Works being nearly bankrupt can't afford to show anything live..




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  # 520324 13-Sep-2011 09:46
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old3eyes:And Media Works being nearly bankrupt can't afford to show anything live..


Where do you get that information from?  

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  # 520332 13-Sep-2011 10:01
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old3eyes:
cws82us: Maybe sky is the main broadcaster on it and it's there camra crew doing rugby world cup. And fta channels buy the right off sky to rebroadcast it


And Media Works being nearly bankrupt can't afford to show anything live..


Especially V8 Supercars :(

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  # 520352 13-Sep-2011 10:51
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maori channel have been running a campaign of confusion to make out that they have all the games live.

they have 2 posters.

one says "all big games, all live." the other says "all 48 games." and they place them right next to each other. this gives the appearance they have all 48 games live when in fact they can only show 16 games live the rest are delayed.

Only sky can show all 48 games live.


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  # 520416 13-Sep-2011 12:52
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jjnz1:
old3eyes:And Media Works being nearly bankrupt can't afford to show anything live..


Where do you get that information from? ?


http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10748762

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10748506

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10743416





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  # 520524 13-Sep-2011 15:54

old3eyes:
jjnz1:
old3eyes:And Media Works being nearly bankrupt can't afford to show anything live..


Where do you get that information from? ?


http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10748762

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10748506

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10743416



I think TV3 are showing the NZ/France game live, Quarter Final 2 and 4 live, Semi Final 1 and 2 live and the Final and Bronze playoff games live. So 7 games live?? must have the cash for that?

I think TV1 also have roughly the same number of live games, and Maori have a few more live than either of them.

Crazy that on the final, it's on TV1, TV3, MaoriTV, Te Reo, Sky sport 1 and the Rugby channel all at the same time!




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  # 520698 13-Sep-2011 21:45
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hdinsider: Crazy that on the final, it's on TV1, TV3, MaoriTV, Te Reo, Sky sport 1 and the Rugby channel all at the same time!


Don't forget it will be on TV3+1 an hour later, just in case you missed it the first time! 

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  # 520712 13-Sep-2011 22:28
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NonprayingMantis: maori channel have been running a campaign of confusion to make out that they have all the games live.

they have 2 posters.

one says "all big games, all live." the other says "all 48 games." and they place them right next to each other. this gives the appearance they have all 48 games live when in fact they can only show?16 games live the rest are delayed.

Only sky can show all 48 games live.



It was mentioned on fair go , and they mentioned that it was at least confusing. But yes sky are showing all games live, adn maori are only showing all the big games live. What are the big games is subjective though. To an Canadian, the big games would involve canada.
In my opinion, the only games worth watching are those that are on FTA anyway.

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  # 520727 13-Sep-2011 23:33
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JarrodM:
hdinsider: Crazy that on the final, it's on TV1, TV3, MaoriTV, Te Reo, Sky sport 1 and the Rugby channel all at the same time!


Don't forget it will be on TV3+1 an hour later, just in case you missed it the first time! 


And TV3 will have the best picture and sound of the lot.

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  # 520747 14-Sep-2011 04:44
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The Government interceded when the rights were announced - Sky and MaoriTV got the rights (if i remember correctly).  The brohaha from the notion that not everyone could receive MaoriTV as a FTA signal and that paytv had the lot resulted in a revised bid involving TVNZ/TV3/Maori getting the "big matches" with Sky still carrying all games.  There may or may not have been government funding involved.

The confusion amongst the masses and the fact that one now has to have paytv to watch something other than rugby during the "big matches" highlights the perversities of Government meddling. 

And that TVNZ was outbid by MaoriTV in the initial deal shows how much it values the importance of the national game (and "premium" content).  Of course whinging afterwards means that you still get a seat at the table.

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  # 520755 14-Sep-2011 07:24
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ilovemusic: And TV3 will have the best picture and sound of the lot.


And the worst commentary.Wink

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  # 521098 14-Sep-2011 17:54
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ilovemusic: And TV3 will have the best picture and sound of the lot.


Funny you should say that because their audio was out of sync in the All Blacks vs Tonga game. 

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  # 521119 14-Sep-2011 18:26
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clevedon:
ilovemusic: And TV3 will have the best picture and sound of the lot.


And the worst commentary.Wink


Agreed, Hamish McKay should not commentate. :-) Might just have to turnt he sound down and turn the radio on for the commentary if the games are on TV3.

The opening game on TV1 was beautiful compared to what was on sky, as I refuse to pay another $10 a month to sky for HD content. I think it sucks having to pay extra to get HD sport on sky, speshly when TV1 and 3 have the big games for free in HD.

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