England’s Football League, which includes the second tier Championship, is considering introducing pay-per-view live streaming service for their games for international fans. The introduction of new technology at the 72 stadiums across the three divisions of the Football League this season allows for real-time broadcasting from all games for the first time.
“This technology would allow us to stream games, subject to all the rights, overseas at the time they are being played,” Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey told a meeting at the Soccerex convention.We could widen our stadiums to screens all over the world. What additional income does that generate for the Football League? That is an evaluation that we are going through at the moment,” he said.
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