FieldHockey.tv Opens 2005 Season With Highlights From Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy 2004
More than five hours of top level hockey entertainment
London, January 3 2005. On Tuesday January 4th, FieldHockey TV will commence an exclusive series of 18 programmes, providing its viewers with complete coverage of the Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy 2004 held in Lahore from December 4-12 2004.
The first three programmes to go on air are:
New Zealand - India,
Germany - Spain, and
Pakistan – Netherlands.
All programmes will be part of the regular programming schedule on www.fieldhockey.tv and can also be viewed on demand.
We are currently also showing full coverage of the first round encounter between New Zealand and Pakistan.
Fieldhockey TV is the world’s only TV-Sports Channel to provide internet users across the globe with around the clock hockey entertainment, 7 days per week. Hockey is the only Olympic Sport that can be viewed from anywhere in the world at any time of the day.
In 2004 more than one million viewers, from 108 countries, tuned in to FieldHockey TV. The top-10 countries are Netherlands, USA and Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium, France, Japan, Germany, Spain, Australia and Hong Kong. During our pay-per-view live coverage of the Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy, we learned that an increasing number of our viewers, have connected the computer to their TV set (Computer to TV/VCR Cable) which enables you to watch the matches live as if you are watching conventional television. As such we have seen a considerable increase in the average viewing time per user, since early December.
FieldHockey TV is a free global TV Channel which airs on the Internet, 24 hours a day and 7 days per week. All programmes (and much more hockey) can be viewed as part of the programming on www.fieldhockey.tv and <ON DEMAND>. For example just type "india" or the name of your favourite club and you will see a variety of programmes that you can choose from. Just make our own selection.
FieldHockey TV is powered by Narrowstep Inc, which builds television channels on the internet. Content is made available through a unique
platform, TV Station in a Box.
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