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Topic: Amazon Prime set to broadcast the Autumn matches
Posted By: ewbank2
Subject: Amazon Prime set to broadcast the Autumn matches
Date Posted: 10 September 2020 at 11:01pm
The Telegraph are reporting that Amazon Prime are to show the Autumn Cup matches. I will be interested to see the details. Hope it’s a good deal as the current Six Nations deal is hugely undervalued. 

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Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 8:14am
Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


Posted By: BlackwoodScarlet
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 8:37am
Great news prime is cheap

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Posted By: Fscarlet
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 8:46am
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?

Simple fire stick (£30) & a prime membership should do it.



Posted By: joni_bach
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 11:21am
Whilst I'm sad it's not free to air, I think that the games may either be behind closed doors or with restricted fans, so it would otherwise be a big blow in terms of revenue.

I might see if I can get another Amazon Prime free trial. Last time, I managed to binge watch all episodes of the Grand Tour. Plus it means free delivery on all Christmas shopping.


Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 11:22am
This could well be an Amazon finger in the water moment. Rugby is crying out for a centralised agreement for broadcasting and the influence of CVC is clearly being felt. Amazon prime is £79.00 per annum at the moment, a fire stick is £30 to £50 depending on the sophistication required ( I have one for instance which is connected to Alexa for voice commands). Imagine it - Steff Evans scores the winning try against Toulouse in the 2021 Champions Cup final from behind his goal line featuring every one of the 15 players. Command - Alexa please play that final 30 seconds until I tell you to stop.


Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 12:16pm
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


150 million people across the world have Amazon Prime, when you add in people sharing subscriptions through different devices you can probably make that about 200 million, not a bad worldwide reach for international sponsors.

Also 40% of uk adults (over 16) have access to Prime.


Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 12:54pm
There is a way of getting it free for the two months. I’ll post later when I have more time. 


Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 12:59pm
Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


150 million people across the world have Amazon Prime, when you add in people sharing subscriptions through different devices you can probably make that about 200 million, not a bad worldwide reach for international sponsors.

Also 40% of uk adults (over 16) have access to Prime.
 
 
not sure hoards of American teenagers will be glued to European rugby though  LOLLOL
 
do more people in the uk (which is the core audience for British international rugby games) have access to the bbc and itv or amazon prime?
 
As you point out 40% of uk adults have access to amazon prime , so in other words 60% don't


Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 1:02pm
Here’s your workaround for Amazon video

The rugby is on for two months. Amazon video is free for one month then £5.99. After the first month has gone go online and cancel before it renews. £5.99 for the whole tournament. 

Any students in the household can get it free for 6 months. 

So basically £5.99 is the most you’ll pay if you want to watch the whole tournament. Or if you’re really tight, cancel the trial before the 30 days then rejoin with another email account for another free 30 days. 

Plus access to their Black Friday sales and free postage and lower Amazon prices for Xmas to boot if you pay £7.99 and have full Amazon prime.  



Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 1:42pm
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


150 million people across the world have Amazon Prime, when you add in people sharing subscriptions through different devices you can probably make that about 200 million, not a bad worldwide reach for international sponsors.

Also 40% of uk adults (over 16) have access to Prime.

 
 
not sure hoards of American teenagers will be glued to European rugby though  LOLLOL
 
do more people in the uk (which is the core audience for British international rugby games) have access to the bbc and itv or amazon prime?
 
As you point out 40% of uk adults have access to amazon prime , so in other words 60% don't




You're right, why try and reach new markets, lets just focus on the UK.

The 2 million British people in the US and those that watch MLR let alone those in NZ, Oz, SA, Japan, Argentina etc. won't bother watching top international rugby matches which don't involve their team.

All rugby will likely end up on some form of subscription service and if it ends up being bundled in one service (one of the cheapest too with additional benefits) and our club get more money off the back of it I won't be complaining.


Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 2:33pm
Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


150 million people across the world have Amazon Prime, when you add in people sharing subscriptions through different devices you can probably make that about 200 million, not a bad worldwide reach for international sponsors.

Also 40% of uk adults (over 16) have access to Prime.

 
 
not sure hoards of American teenagers will be glued to European rugby though  LOLLOL
 
do more people in the uk (which is the core audience for British international rugby games) have access to the bbc and itv or amazon prime?
 
As you point out 40% of uk adults have access to amazon prime , so in other words 60% don't




You're right, why try and reach new markets, lets just focus on the UK.

The 2 million British people in the US and those that watch MLR let alone those in NZ, Oz, SA, Japan, Argentina etc. won't bother watching top international rugby matches which don't involve their team.

All rugby will likely end up on some form of subscription service and if it ends up being bundled in one service (one of the cheapest too with additional benefits) and our club get more money off the back of it I won't be complaining.
 
 
yeah cos amazon are well known for giving money away back willy nillyLOL
 
 
if people think amazon prime or any other pay as you go tv set up will get bigger crowds watching 6 nations rugby sides than free to air tv does they are wrong, it's as simple as that
 
 


Posted By: greypower1
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:00pm
Are we talking about the same Amazon that pays the UK exchequer peanuts in taxes?.  I'll try and avoid giving them my money.

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:01pm
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Free to air is a huge pull for sponsors and to keep viewing figures high, bit of a shame. Can pubs/clubs get prine?


150 million people across the world have Amazon Prime, when you add in people sharing subscriptions through different devices you can probably make that about 200 million, not a bad worldwide reach for international sponsors.

Also 40% of uk adults (over 16) have access to Prime.

 
 
not sure hoards of American teenagers will be glued to European rugby though  LOLLOL
 
do more people in the uk (which is the core audience for British international rugby games) have access to the bbc and itv or amazon prime?
 
As you point out 40% of uk adults have access to amazon prime , so in other words 60% don't




You're right, why try and reach new markets, lets just focus on the UK.

The 2 million British people in the US and those that watch MLR let alone those in NZ, Oz, SA, Japan, Argentina etc. won't bother watching top international rugby matches which don't involve their team.

All rugby will likely end up on some form of subscription service and if it ends up being bundled in one service (one of the cheapest too with additional benefits) and our club get more money off the back of it I won't be complaining.
 
 
yeah cos amazon are well known for giving money away back willy nillyLOL
 
 
if people think amazon prime or any other pay as you go tv set up will get bigger crowds watching 6 nations rugby sides than free to air tv does they are wrong, it's as simple as that
 
 

It’ll be cheaper than going to the pub for each game. If it’s the only option people will pay it. It can’t be any worse than premier sports. If amazon get the PRO14 that would be great. 


Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:23pm
Can pubs show live sport At mo? I forget under the new laws


Posted By: scarletnut
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:28pm
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Can pubs show live sport At mo? I forget under the new laws
Yes they can

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Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:29pm
Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

yeah cos amazon are well known for giving money away back willy nillyLOL
 
 
if people think amazon prime or any other pay as you go tv set up will get bigger crowds watching 6 nations rugby sides than free to air tv does they are wrong, it's as simple as that
 
 
 
It's a volume thing obviously with Amazon, it's value for money, and it's pretty difficult to argue against that.
 
Parking the fact if we don't take the biggest deals we may not even be an option to watch anywhere viewing habits are going in a very clear direction, every metric you can find suggests that even the likes of BT and Sky services are going to lose the battle for viewers against the likes of Amazon and Netflix let alone free to air TV.
 
Arguing the direction of travel for how people will watch sport, movies and any form of entertainment is just bonkers.


Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:33pm
Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Can pubs show live sport At mo? I forget under the new laws
Yes they can
 
Nice one, didn;t amazon do a deal with pubs with BT so they could show the football they had last xmas time?
 
Personally not a fan of being sat in the house watching the sport, much rather go the game or at the very  the pub or club


Posted By: RR1972
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 3:36pm
Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

yeah cos amazon are well known for giving money away back willy nillyLOL
 
 
if people think amazon prime or any other pay as you go tv set up will get bigger crowds watching 6 nations rugby sides than free to air tv does they are wrong, it's as simple as that
 
 
 
It's a volume thing obviously with Amazon, it's value for money, and it's pretty difficult to argue against that.
 
Parking the fact if we don't take the biggest deals we may not even be an option to watch anywhere viewing habits are going in a very clear direction, every metric you can find suggests that even the likes of BT and Sky services are going to lose the battle for viewers against the likes of Amazon and Netflix let alone free to air TV.
 
Arguing the direction of travel for how people will watch sport, movies and any form of entertainment is just bonkers.
 
Free to air tv will always have the most viewers every stat in the uk backs that up it's not even a debate
 
Your right in saying the way people watch tv in the future will change but change isn't always for the better but as you point it is inevitable
 
 
I have amazon prime so it won't affect me but there is no way anyone can convince me the viewing figures will be higher for a game on amazon prime, or bt or sky sports than on  free to air tv


Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 4:26pm
I'm not arguing that, but the rights will go where the money is, and people will eventually watch it on that platform, whether that's in the pub or at home.


Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 5:00pm
Originally posted by Gate12 Gate12 wrote:

I'm not arguing that, but the rights will go where the money is, and people will eventually watch it on that platform, whether that's in the pub or at home.

Like Sky and BT sports. Football was once free to air but over time pay TV is now the norm. 


Posted By: BlackwoodScarlet
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 9:53pm
There is no free TV , prime is £79 for a year , the BBC which shows utter dross cost £157 for a year , prime gives you next day delivery , music and Kindle books

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 11 September 2020 at 11:33pm
If you watch everything on a device powered by battery you don’t need a licence. But that’s taking it to extremes. 


Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 8:50am
Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Here’s your workaround for Amazon video

The rugby is on for two months. Amazon video is free for one month then £5.99. After the first month has gone go online and cancel before it renews. £5.99 for the whole tournament. 

Any students in the household can get it free for 6 months. 

So basically £5.99 is the most you’ll pay if you want to watch the whole tournament. Or if you’re really tight, cancel the trial before the 30 days then rejoin with another email account for another free 30 days. 

Plus access to their Black Friday sales and free postage and lower Amazon prices for Xmas to boot if you go for the £7.99 prime option. 


Classic - why isn't this man involved in the Brexit negotiations. Clap


Posted By: KID A
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 10:05am
Excellent news. Amazon is a big player, a great platform and we need the money.


Posted By: Rich (Bris)
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 10:13am
Originally posted by greypower1 greypower1 wrote:

Are we talking about the same Amazon that pays the UK exchequer peanuts in taxes?.  I'll try and avoid giving them my money.


Absolutely!! They are helping to kill the High Street and denying the country tax that would have been paid by a non on-line shop we might otherwise have used (the tax situation is a scandal). I only buy from Amazon if I really really can't find what I need elsewhere and, although only average income, I'm happy to pay a bit extra to buy from our local Argos, PC World etc.

I'll watch the highlights on Channel 4 (I believe they are showing highlights of all matches and a few full ones). Though I may do as SA14 suggests (as that gives little or no money to Amazon).


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 10:45am
It’s a digital world. Amazon llead the way.


Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 10:51am
Before we get too involved in the financial morals of Jeff Besos and his pals ask yourselves the question of what does Premier Sport contribute to our exchequer? I will gladly announce that I have been an Amazon prime member for many years. The benefits on just shipping costs alone more than compensate for the annual fee. 

As for their tax affairs it is for the UK government to make those decisions to make sure that UK PLC is treated fairly by the multitude of online organisations and high end individuals including dodgy geezers from Vladivostock, Eastern Europe and the Middle East to name just a few. Besos operates within Uk laws which points the responsibility fairly and squarely at the system which allows it to happen not the individuals who operate efficiently within that system. 


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 11:00am
Good post.



Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 11:55am
It’s not an ideal situation but Amazon has other benefits too. Look into it. £7.99 is a pretty good price. Plus there’s workarounds. Another cheapy route is to apply to be a student with one of those online courses. It classes you as a student and gives you prime free for 6 months then £3.99 after that. 

Imagine if you were football crazy too. You’d be looking at subscriptions of £40+


Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 3:11pm
It may be cheap now but as their monopoly grows the prices will soon hike up as they did with sky tv...The Amazon monopoly, has grown ever more disturbing during lockdown. The endless politicians that have popped up through the EU and devolved governments in recent times, have done nothing to stop it or even tax it. Theres too many politicians but even more lobbyists. Hence competition is wiped out, Bezos will one day become the first trillionaire if he doesnt divorce every year, meanwhile the high street is wiped out and the tax paid to the treasury for our public services will continue to diminish 

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Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 4:01pm
High Streets were always going to suffer as are out of town centres. The digital world is with us and like it or not it will be with us for the foreseeable future. Businesses need to stay relevant. High streets have been struggling for years with most populated by betting & charity shops. 

Amazon provide a fantastic service with next day delivery to your door at very competitive prices. Time for High Streets to be re-developed into affordable housing for our growing population. 


Posted By: reesytheexile
Date Posted: 12 September 2020 at 4:20pm
Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

High Streets were always going to suffer as are out of town centres. The digital world is with us and like it or not it will be with us for the foreseeable future. Businesses need to stay relevant. High streets have been struggling for years with most populated by betting & charity shops. 

Amazon provide a fantastic service with next day delivery to your door at very competitive prices. Time for High Streets to be re-developed into affordable housing for our growing population. 
In fact the out of town retail parks are also suffering now from online convenience. As you say , converting town centres into housing and social/ eating / drinking and leisure facilities seems the best way forward 

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Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 14 September 2020 at 11:26am
All Wales games for this tournament to be shown live on S4C. They'll be moaning next that there's no English language option.

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Posted By: trident
Date Posted: 14 September 2020 at 2:27pm
Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

All Wales games for this tournament to be shown live on S4C. They'll be moaning next that there's no English language option.

They are already


Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 14 September 2020 at 3:29pm
i agree amazon delivery service is superb mind and a Godsend during covid...ebay not far off too

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Posted By: Rich (Bris)
Date Posted: 14 September 2020 at 5:19pm
Originally posted by roy munster roy munster wrote:

It may be cheap now but as their monopoly grows the prices will soon hike up as they did with sky tv...The Amazon monopoly, has grown ever more disturbing during lockdown. The endless politicians that have popped up through the EU and devolved governments in recent times, have done nothing to stop it or even tax it. Theres too many politicians but even more lobbyists. Hence competition is wiped out, Bezos will one day become the first trillionaire if he doesnt divorce every year, meanwhile the high street is wiped out and the tax paid to the treasury for our public services will continue to diminish 


Exactly Roy
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Accept for many reasons online is the option people will choose over a physical shop but when the case (as I just did buying a new shaver) I suggest try the site of a company (in this case Boots) who pay proper corporation tax. You might even find the price is the same or cheaper. Linked to what Roy says people now might always assume Amazon is cheaper for everything but that is not the case - they have just succeeded in getting people to think like that. In this case, having just checked what it would be on Amazon, I'm paying exactly the same price and free delivery from Boots to my house as well.

+ Anyhows - great to read about our matches being on S4C!!! sorted!


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 14 September 2020 at 5:56pm
You have just identified Amazon's key strategic aim there.

45% of all on line product searches start at Amazon...they work on that as being their main KPI to grow.

Amazon attract plenty of variable press covering, but they have been an employment godsend in these challenging times.
Announced today another 100k full time workers being taken on in North America for example.


Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Date Posted: 15 September 2020 at 8:22am
Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

You have just identified Amazon's key strategic aim there.

45% of all on line product searches start at Amazon...they work on that as being their main KPI to grow.

Amazon attract plenty of variable press covering, but they have been an employment godsend in these challenging times.
Announced today another 100k full time workers being taken on in North America for example.

Totally agree Wil. Also taken on 10k new people in the UK. 


Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 15 September 2020 at 7:13pm
Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

All Wales games for this tournament to be shown live on S4C. They'll be moaning next that there's no English language option.

That's what I'll be watching - Amazon can go and... you can fill in the rest.

Diolch, S4C!


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Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 15 September 2020 at 7:15pm
Originally posted by aber-fan aber-fan wrote:

Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

All Wales games for this tournament to be shown live on S4C. They'll be moaning next that there's no English language option.

That's what I'll be watching - Amazon can go and... you can fill in the rest.

Diolch, S4C!
leave the package with a neighbour? WackoWink

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 3:33pm
Being reported Amazon are delighted with viewing figures and are now favourites to have the six nations with BT and Sky in the mix. I’d be amazed if it stayed free to air. I’d like Amazon to bid for the PRO14 too. Premier sports is abysmal. 


Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 3:49pm
Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Being reported Amazon are delighted with viewing figures and are now favourites to have the six nations with BT and Sky in the mix. I’d be amazed if it stayed free to air. I’d like Amazon to bid for the PRO14 too. Premier sports is abysmal. 
Amazon's coverage was far better than Premier but streaming games from Amazon to my tablet, it would always stream in low quality and would never improve the quality to the point where you could barely read the score properly. Casted through the TV the quality was perfect but hope they can look to fix issue with mobile devices as there were complaints from others on social media. 

Premier has always worked fine on every TV/Tablet/PC so no complaints there, but I had an email from them last night that they're upping the price by a pound a month starting in January, so i'm sure when most of you are looking to renew your yearly subscriptions next time they'll be asking for a tenner or so more than this year. 


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Posted By: scarletnut
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 3:50pm
Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Being reported Amazon are delighted with viewing figures and are now favourites to have the six nations with BT and Sky in the mix. I’d be amazed if it stayed free to air. I’d like Amazon to bid for the PRO14 too. Premier sports is abysmal. 
Totally agree

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 4:10pm
I sometimes think do people go OTT about Irish bias but that bias is rife on Premier sports. 


Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 4:14pm
Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

Being reported Amazon are delighted with viewing figures and are now favourites to have the six nations with BT and Sky in the mix. I’d be amazed if it stayed free to air. I’d like Amazon to bid for the PRO14 too. Premier sports is abysmal. 
Amazon's coverage was far better than Premier but streaming games from Amazon to my tablet, it would always stream in low quality and would never improve the quality to the point where you could barely read the score properly. Casted through the TV the quality was perfect but hope they can look to fix issue with mobile devices as there were complaints from others on social media. 

Premier has always worked fine on every TV/Tablet/PC so no complaints there, but I had an email from them last night that they're upping the price by a pound a month starting in January, so i'm sure when most of you are looking to renew your yearly subscriptions next time they'll be asking for a tenner or so more than this year. 

I’ve noticed that too. I’ve seen UHD films on TV that have pretty average quality on smaller devices. 


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 5:21pm
Amazon's coverage, I mean technically, wasn't without it's challenges in the Autumn Nations Cup, but you'd back them to fix that pdq.

Much as I dislike subscribing to them, the game needs their funding and their coverage.


Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 7:41pm
Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

Amazon's coverage, I mean technically, wasn't without it's challenges in the Autumn Nations Cup, but you'd back them to fix that pdq.

Much as I dislike subscribing to them, the game needs their funding and their coverage.

And that’s what the game has to look at. The revenue lost by not having crowds will be regained from the highest bidder. 


Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 9:15pm
Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

I sometimes think do people go OTT about Irish bias but that bias is rife on Premier sports. 
BT Sport was rife with it from an English perspective yesterday during our game

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Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 13 December 2020 at 9:23pm
Great service and not excpensive YET but like sky once they get the monopoly then they start taking the mickey with prices and pay per view .....Bit creepy amazon buying up everything.

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 14 December 2020 at 9:45pm
Originally posted by minded minded wrote:

Originally posted by SA14 SA14 wrote:

I sometimes think do people go OTT about Irish bias but that bias is rife on Premier sports. 
BT Sport was rife with it from an English perspective yesterday during our game

Were a bit. Nice professional coverage with the others. Good quality too. Then there’s Premiersports. 


Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 14 December 2020 at 9:53pm
dallyo is so biased its almost comical

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Posted By: minded
Date Posted: 21 September 2021 at 11:50am
Amazon looking to provide their own Welsh language option due too many people watching via S4C
https://nation.cymru/news/amazon-set-to-axe-s4c-from-broadcasting-wales-autumn-rugby-internationals/" rel="nofollow - https://nation.cymru/news/amazon-set-to-axe-s4c-from-broadcasting-wales-autumn-rugby-internationals/


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