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Antenna Satellite/Pacific will show the AEK game.

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2 hours ago, Blackhawk said:

Antenna Satellite/Pacific will show the AEK game.

I see that.  Only game from this week on schedule.  Wondering if AEK is only team with home games on Ant1 Sat Pacific.   Wish some announcements were made.  

 

Btw. Looks like Burnley-OSFP will also be live on ANT1 on Thursday 

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Do we know which teams Antenna Pacific will cover this season? Surely not just AEK?

Saw the ad for OSFP-Burnley! pretty cool!

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For week 2, Ant1 has 1 game on their schedule Panionios-PAOK. 

ERT has 4, & Sport Plus the other 3.

So 7 teams home games on ERT as Blackhawk mentions above.  OSFP and PAOK home games on Sport Plus.  Looks like AEK home games on ANT1.

That leaves Asteras Tripoli, PAS Giannina, Larissa, OFI, Levadiakos & Panionios.    Not sure if those 6 are assigned to any channel or do ANT1 & Sport Plus pick games as they go along? 

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Levadeiakos and Tripoli are scheduled on Sport Plus this round. That leaves out OFI, PAS and Larisa as unknowns.

Also Panionios is scheduled on ANT this round, but last round their game against OFI was shown on tape delay on Sport Plus.

It's possible that things are not set in stone yet and some of the small games might be split between Sport Plus and Antenna on game by game basis. I think in the next 3 rounds we should have a clear picture.

Either way, with PAOK games now also available on Sport Plus (along with PAOK TV) and free access to ERT streaming services the coverage of Superleague is so much better than last season. I also expect ERT World to become available on Dish soon as they carry all the ERT games as well.

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OFI and Larisa games this weekend are on Sport Plus, which only leaves PAS Giannina as the only unknown. We'll find out next round where they fall as they finally will play a home game.

From what it appears it looks like Antenna Sat/Pac has home games of AEK and Panionios and Sport Plus the rest of the non-ERT teams.

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Far out... only AEK & Panionios on Ant Sat/Pac... it’s never being this low 😔

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Or maybe on a week where AEK isn’t playing home, Maybe ANT1 gets first choice of a match from the Nova teams besides OSFP & PAOK.   I think early in the season Sport Plus showed a Panionios home game although on tape delay.  So that might be a possibility.  

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You might be right. This upcoming weekend games, PAS Giannina against Aris is on Antenna. Also for Round 5, OFI against AEK is on Antenna, even though OFI's past home games were on Sport Plus. 

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On the other hand it looks like Ant1 is all in on the Greek cup matches. They have 5 on the schedule next week (Between September 25-27).

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Antenna has exclusive rights to the cup this year. I believe it's the last year of the contract.

Also Laola.TV is showing all the cup games next week.

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The farce (thanks to incompetent government and EPO) that the final of the Greek Cup has become will be televised as follows:

GREEK CUP - FINAL

PAOK THESSALONIKI - AEK ATHENS
OAKA STadium  (without fans)

GREECE:               20:30 EEST:   COSMOTE Sport 1 HD (Live),  22:30 EEST:  ERT Sport HD, ERT Sport HD Web Stream  (Tape Delay)
CYPRUS:              20:30 EEST:   Cytavision Sport HD, Cytavision Sport 2  (Live)
USA/CANADA:    12:30 CDT:  Antenna Satellite  (Live)
AUSTRALIA:        03:30  AEST:  Antenna Pacific (Live)
WORLDWIDE:      17:30  GMT/UTC:  laola1.TV  web stream (Live)   https://www.laola1.tv/en-int/livestream/2019-05-11-paok-thessaloniki-fc-aek-athens-fc-len
REST OF THE WORLD:    17:30  GMT/UTC:  Arena Sport 5 (Croatia), Arena Sport 2 (Serbia, North Macedonia), SportKlub6 (Slovenia)

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Television rights for 2019-2020 Season

Current situation for Superleague 1:

NOVA:  AEK, AE Larisa, Asteras Tripolis, NFC Volos, Olympiakos, Panathinaikos, Panionios
ERT:  Aris, Atromitos, Lamia, Panaitolikos, AO Xanthi
WITHOUT CONTRACT: OFI, PAOK

The most recent developments are that Panathinaikos and ERT ended their contract for the 2019-2020 season and then Panathionaikos signed a contract with NOVA for next season worth 5,500,000.

At the same time ERT has informed the remaining teams under their contract that for the next season they will have to take a 45% pay cut despite having a signed deal.  I expect legal action by the involved teams against ERT, which might delay the start of the Superleague 1 season.

Also the rumored deal with PAOK that was supposed to be 7,500,000 will also need to be cut even though there was never a deal announced. It’s certain that the deal between PAOK and ERT will not happen. It is also quite possible that PAOK will decide not go to NOVA, since NOVA colluded with Olympiakos and AEK to make sure PAOK does not get the high paying deal from ERT. Most likely scenario is that PAOK home games will be end up on OPEN TV in Greece and PAOK TV outside of Greece.

As for Superleague 2, ERT has decided to cut the deal by 60% despite a guaranteed contract between the league and ERT as part of the professional leagues restructuring. Superleague 2 teams are threatening not to start the season unless the contract remains intact.

ERT is also contracted to show Football League games, but this is now in question thanks to the budget cutting by ERT.

The Greek Cup deal with COSMOTE expired last season. EPO is looking for a new contract for the next 3 season, but nobody has shown any interest yet.

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Following today's Super League 1 meeting it appears that the TV coverage for the games has settled as follows:

NOVA:  AEK, AE Larisa, Asteras Tripolis, NFC Volos, Olympiakos, Panathinaikos, Panionios
ERT:  Aris, Atromitos, Lamia, Panaitolikos, AO Xanthi
PAOK TV PPV:  PAOK
WITHOUT CONTRACT: OFI

If OFI does not sign up with someone at the last minute, they will probably be selling their home games on game by game basis. 

As far as international coverage is concerned, the NOVA team will be most likely split between Sport Plus and ANT1 Group (Antenna Satellite/Pacific). Sport Plus already has the Olympiakos and Panionios games scheduled for this weekend.

 

 

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Thank you for the updates Blackhawk

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ERT today announced that they will not televise their games this weekend trying to put pressure onthe teams to take the 30% pay cut.

For people outside of Greece the AEK against Xanthi will be televised on Antenna Satellite/Pacific.

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Aris today signed a 3-year deal with NOVA and all their Super league 1 home games will be televised on the novasports channel.  Their deal is reported to be for 7.5 million Euro for 3 years.

Here is the situation after today's developments:

NOVA:  AEK, AE Larisa, Aris, Asteras Tripolis, NFC Volos, Olympiakos, Panathinaikos, Panionios
ERT:  Atromitos, Lamia, Panaitolikos, AO Xanthi
PAOK TV PPV:  PAOK
WITHOUT CONTRACT: OFI

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Looks like every team now has a TV home. It was announced that OFI signed with NOVA for their home games.

Here is the situation after today's developments:

NOVA:  AEK, AE Larisa, Aris, Asteras Tripolis, NFC Volos, OFI, Olympiakos, Panathinaikos, Panionios
ERT:  Atromitos, Lamia, Panaitolikos, AO Xanthi
PAOK TV PPV:  PAOK

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Starting this weekend Super League will be streaming selected games of the K19 competition on their` Super League YouTube channel.. On Saturday they will stream the Atromitos K19 - PAOK K19. Kick off is at 10:30 EEST.

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