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    Quote Originally Posted by Northsider View Post
    LIVE TV FIXTURES
    Friday, February 24: Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers, Oriel Park, KO 20:00, eir Sport
    Friday, March 3: Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, Tallaght Stadium, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Friday, March 10: Drogheda United v Cork City, United Park, KO 20:00, eir Sport
    Saturday, March 25: Cork City v Dundalk, Turner's Cross, KO 15:00, RTE2
    Friday, March 31: Dundalk v Drogheda United, Oriel Park, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Friday, April 7: Cork City v Derry City, Turner's Cross, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Great to see a game on live almost every week - and most on terrestrial TV.

    Pretty staggering also to see that most of the games will be broadcast from locations outside of Dublin. Though the inclusion of a potentially uninspiring Drogheda v Cork fixture shows that old habits die hard when it comes to venturing beyond The Pale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northsider View Post
    LIVE TV FIXTURES
    Friday, February 24: Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers, Oriel Park, KO 20:00, eir Sport
    Friday, March 3: Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians, Tallaght Stadium, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Friday, March 10: Drogheda United v Cork City, United Park, KO 20:00, eir Sport
    Saturday, March 25: Cork City v Dundalk, Turner's Cross, KO 15:00, RTE2
    Friday, March 31: Dundalk v Drogheda United, Oriel Park, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Friday, April 7: Cork City v Derry City, Turner's Cross, KO 19:30, RTE2
    Some big matches listed there although the Drogheda vs Cork match stands out like a sore thumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr A View Post
    28 games in all to be shown this year.
    So Eir are only committing to 11 signals throughout the season to compliment the 17 already guaranteed by RTE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosophizer View Post
    So Eir are only committing to 11 signals throughout the season to compliment the 17 already guaranteed by RTE?
    There's always one.

    I think it's brilliant that a) there's 28 games being shown, looks like 24 league games and four cup games, almost a game a week and b) there's already 6 of that announced in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    There's always one.

    I think it's brilliant that a) there's 28 games being shown, looks like 24 league games and four cup games, almost a game a week and b) there's already 6 of that announced in advance.
    I agree with you, it is brilliant, I'm not putting it down, but i'm genuinely asking do Eir have a contract agreed to show a minimum of 11 signals? I hadn't previously heard any details about how many matches they were going to show...

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    I'm sure Eir will pick up more games during the year, particularly European ones.

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    I assume Eir will pick up more than 11 once RTE fall short of their projected number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Darwin View Post
    I assume Eir will pick up more than 11 once RTE fall short of their projected number.
    I'm fairly sure they've met the agreed 17 signals in each of the last few seasons.

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    No idea what a 'signal' means but RTÉ2 will have 18 live games this season (including FAI Cup semis and final) and eir Sport will have 10 (including the EA Cup Final). There will be 36 episodes of Soccer Republic too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreRovers View Post
    No idea what a 'signal' means
    That had me confused aswell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreRovers View Post
    No idea what a 'signal' means
    People showing off trying to be all technical ?

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    Is there long left in Airtricity's sponsorship of the league? Eir Sport could be a decent title sponsor with a keen interest in promoting the league.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EatYerGreens View Post
    People showing off trying to be all technical ?
    Precisely .

    It's the word Ryle Nugent always used when he was interviewed last year so i'm guessing it's the industry term -


    I'll use something less aloof from now on. How about "telecast"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosophizer View Post
    Precisely .

    It's the word Ryle Nugent always used when he was interviewed last year so i'm guessing it's the industry term -


    I'll use something less aloof from now on. How about "telecast"?
    Bizarre, that must be a typo or somebody transcribing incorrectly. Never heard Ryle or indeed anyone working in sports broadcasting using that term and I work with them every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by legendz View Post
    Is there long left in Airtricity's sponsorship of the league? Eir Sport could be a decent title sponsor with a keen interest in promoting the league.
    The more things change the more they remain the same ;-)
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    Eir Sport supposedly due an announcement today on their next batch of live fixtures.

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    Cork, Limerick and Dundalk, Harps next games on Eir

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattB11 View Post
    Cork, Limerick and Dundalk, Harps next games on Eir
    Fixtures or Dates?

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    are RTE showing any live games again before Eirs?
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