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  • Hikari TV to broadcast AL games

    Posted by simon c on 2008 October 30日 Thursday

    Hikari TV (a fibreoptic internet TV service) will start broadcasting AL games. As a preview of the service, they have a nice stream of the Seibu-Halla game highlights from 5 Oct 2008.

    This is good news as any additional exposure is good for the fledgling league.

    2 Responses to “Hikari TV to broadcast AL games”

    1. Tony said

      Hello, when you refer to Hakari TV as a fibreoptic internet TV service does this mean that they broadcast from a URL that can be accessed on the web?
      Specifically, I am hopeful that I can view games from my broadband connection in Canada?
      Thanks in advance and I appreciate your efforts to promote the AL.
      Cheers,
      Tony

    2. I believe the broadcasts are only available to Hikari TV subscribers, kinda like the Comcast deal in the States.

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