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  Reply # 839349 19-Jun-2013 13:59
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I don't really think iSky should be used to demonstrate anything other than "how not to run a streaming service" though.

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  Reply # 839350 19-Jun-2013 14:00
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If its TVNZ they might deliver it through their ondemand product. Ondemnd is on pS3's, not sure what else. PC starts soon anyway.

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  Reply # 839351 19-Jun-2013 14:01
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JarrodM: http://premierleaguepass.com/

all 380 games live. 250 of them on demand options.


"Every match of the English Premier League Live in New Zealand for the first time.
 Access on desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, easily connected to your TV.
 Broadcast quality resolution with adaptive streaming to suit your internet connection.
Watch up to four games simultaneously with multiple viewing modes."
  


Nice work Sherlock

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  Reply # 839364 19-Jun-2013 14:03
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http://tvnz.co.nz/football-news/every-epl-game-screen-live-online-5469219

"In a first for NZ sport fans, all English Premier League football matches will be shown online, with select games and highlights on TV ONE."

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  Reply # 839367 19-Jun-2013 14:04
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langers1972:
JarrodM: http://premierleaguepass.com/

all 380 games live. 250 of them on demand options.


"Every match of the English Premier League Live in New Zealand for the first time.
 Access on desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, easily connected to your TV.
 Broadcast quality resolution with adaptive streaming to suit your internet connection.
Watch up to four games simultaneously with multiple viewing modes."
  


Nice work Sherlock


hat tip to twitter haha. http://tvnz.co.nz/football-news/every-epl-game-screen-live-online-5469219

m
atch of the week on sundays on tvnz. highlights monday nights. 

$25 a day. $150 a season. $240 for platinum 

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  Reply # 839371 19-Jun-2013 14:07
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langers1972:
JarrodM: http://premierleaguepass.com/

all 380 games live. 250 of them on demand options.


"Every match of the English Premier League Live in New Zealand for the first time.
 Access on desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, easily connected to your TV.
 Broadcast quality resolution with adaptive streaming to suit your internet connection.
Watch up to four games simultaneously with multiple viewing modes."
  


Nice work Sherlock


Mobile compatibility fail for the site... Hope the coverage apps are more polished, and hope they aren't rushing to be ready

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  Reply # 839372 19-Jun-2013 14:07
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I think I might run way beyond my BB cap because of this. I don't see any news yet about an ISP being involved like Vodafone is with SKy.

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  Reply # 839373 19-Jun-2013 14:08
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This looks excellent, games avaiable online, iPad, iPhone, android and apple tv!

"Packages for the online service are $24.90 for a day pass, $149.90 for a season pass, or $239.90 for a season pass platinum with extra features."

Personally I think thats reasonable for me (I watch a lot of football). It will be great to finally choose which games to watch. Remember Sky costs the best part of $100 a month for sport and HD.

Only question that reamains now is the quality. "Adaptive streaming" is a bit vague. Will the games be HD on ONE?

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  Reply # 839374 19-Jun-2013 14:10
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"@ChrisKeall
Akamai will host content delivery network - 3 streaming options up to 3mbit/s"

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  Reply # 839375 19-Jun-2013 14:10
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JamesL

Yes I had MLBTV, it kept flicking from HD to SD all the time. The only time it seemed to run in HD the whole time was early on Sunday mornings.

If I tried using between 6pm and 10pm it would go into SD mode and pretty much stay that way.

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  Reply # 839377 19-Jun-2013 14:10
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expression: Only question that reamains now is the quality. "Adaptive streaming" is a bit vague. Will the games be HD on ONE?


Probably like Netflix which adjusts the quality based on the amount of buffer you have

What ISP are you with Jas777? I stream from multiple sources at any time of day and never have issues.

As mentioned above, because they'll be using Akamai to distribute the content there should be no problem with maintaining quality

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  Reply # 839379 19-Jun-2013 14:16
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expression: "@ChrisKeall
Akamai will host content delivery network - 3 streaming options up to 3mbit/s"


thats quite low , i watch NFL gamepass  at 4.5mbits/s with no lag, so it can be done.







Common sense is not as common as you think.


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  Reply # 839380 19-Jun-2013 14:17
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expression: "@ChrisKeall
Akamai will host content delivery network - 3 streaming options up to 3mbit/s"


Not sure how I feel about this? That's bloody expensive. Especially if the streaming options aren't HD. Which 3mbit would indicate it isn't?

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  Reply # 839381 19-Jun-2013 14:19
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ya i am not very happy about this either.. the prices seem quite high - but you are given access to pretty much all the football games.

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  Reply # 839382 19-Jun-2013 14:19
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Kopkiwi:
expression: "@ChrisKeall
Akamai will host content delivery network - 3 streaming options up to 3mbit/s"


Not sure how I feel about this? That's bloody expensive. Especially if the streaming options aren't HD. Which 3mbit would indicate it isn't?


You can check out http://gamepass.nfl.com for free (no registration) to get an idea of what 3mbit quality streams look like.

As for me, i'm 50/50, since I have sky anyway i'd obviously prefer the games stayed on there but now I won't have to hunt for a stream whenever Liverpool games take the back seat to United/City/Chelsea games :)

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