Superbowl 42: Pats or Giants

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Who do you want to win the superbowl?

Poll closed Feb 4, 2008.
  1. Giants

    80.0%
  2. Patriots

    20.0%
  1. Bradley

    Bradley Administrator Staff Member

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    Happy Superbowl Sunday!
    Today's game is on FOX (HD) at 6:30PM EST.
    (Also available LIVE on NFL Affiliates throughout the world including the BBC and BskyB)

    So who do you have? I'm pulling for the G-men all the way...
     
  2. LooserLu

    LooserLu LooserLu

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    For those that live at Europe and are able to receive the Astra or Hotbird (analog and digital) satellites: German Free TV "ARD" does transmitt "live" from 00:00 a.m to 04:30 a.m. Berlin Time (= GMT+1 hour). My TV-Journal says, Tom Petty and th Heardbreakers entertains during the halftime break....
     
  3. Bradley

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    Here's an update on international coverage:
    SUPER BOWL XLII TO BE BROADCAST
    IN 223 COUNTRIES & TERRITORIES & 30 LANGUAGES;
    10 NFL PARTNERS TO BROADCAST GAME FOR FIRST TIME


    Much of the world will be watching Super Bowl XLII at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, February 3 when the New England Patriots take on the New York Giants.

    A total of 60 international broadcasters -- including, for the first time, the BBC in the United Kingdom, CTV in Canada, TV3 in Ireland, Galaxie Sport in the Czech and Slovak Republics, and YES TV syndication partners throughout Asia -- will televise the game to 223 countries and territories in 30 languages.

    The BBC and the NFL announced a two-year agreement last September to broadcast the Super Bowl live.

    “The Super Bowl is one of the world’s great sporting events and we are delighted that after many years of covering it on Five Live Radio we are now going to be showing it on BBC Television,” says PHILIP BERNIE, head of BBC TV Sport editorial. “The Super Bowl always attracts great interest and we are really looking forward to providing a showcase for this huge occasion.”

    UK viewers also can watch the game live on Sky Sports, concluding a season in which the station will have aired more than 140 games live. Sky will offer interactive viewers the choice of two commentaries – FOX’s domestic pairing of JOE BUCK and TROY AIKMAN and Sky's own duo of NICK HALLING and former Chicago Bears safety SHAUN GAYLE.

    In Canada, fans following NFL action all season long can catch Super Bowl XLII on CTV. This season marks the first broadcast deal reached between the NFL and CTV, Canada’s top-rated conventional television network.

    CTV will be on site in Arizona throughout the week, broadcasting behind-the-scenes coverage of Super Bowl news and entertainment.

    The NFL has signed a long-term partnership with YES TV, securing live Super Bowl coverage throughout Asia on ATV (Hong Kong and South China), Chung Hwa (Taiwan), Goal TV (pan-Asia), PCCW (Hong Kong), Starhub (Singapore) and Ten Sports (India). ATV and PCCW will broadcast the game in high-definition.

    NFL International will provide a world feed for its international broadcast partners. The feed will be available in high-definition format as well as in standard definition

    English-speaking countries airing the game on the NFL International world feed will hear DICK STOCKTON and former Green Bay Packers receiver STERLING SHARPE.

    Twenty television and radio stations from 14 countries will be broadcasting the game from University of Phoenix Stadium: Canada (CTV), Belgium (Telenet), China (Shanghai Media Group), Denmark (Viasat), France (F2), Germany (ARD), Global (ESPN International), Hungary (Sport 1), Japan (NHK and Nippon Television), Latin America (FOX), Mexico (Televisa and TV Azteca), Russia (NTV Plus) Spain (Canal Plus and Cadena Ser), Thailand (UBC) and the United Kingdom (BBC TV, BBC Radio and BSkyB).

    Super Bowl XLII will be broadcast live in 30 languages, including 11 languages from University of Phoenix Stadium: English, Danish, Flemish, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Spanish and Thai. In addition, the game will be broadcast in Arabic, Basque, Cantonese, Catalan, Croatian, Farsi, Filipino, Galician, Greek, Icelandic, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Montenegrin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian and Swedish.
     
  4. LQT420

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    Go Big Blue!
     
  5. sk8ingsailor

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    7-3 giants now
     
  6. Bradley

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    Go Giants! Giants win 17-14.
     
  7. LQT420

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    How sweet it is!!!
     

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