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Chelsea vs Arsenal the pick of the bunch as BT Sport announce televised fixtures for March

27 January 2014 18:27:24 mirror - Sport

The two clubs are likely to be challenging for the Premier League title - and now the world can watch it live

Vice Sport Time27 January 2014 18:27:24


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BT Sport to televise Manchester City and Manchester United FA Cup ties

11 December 2013 17:50:46 mirror - Sport

BT Sport have announced a trio of fixtures that will hit your screens on the first weekend of 2014

Vice Sport Time11 December 2013 17:50:46


BT Sport to screen Arsenal v Man United as top pick of February live games while Sky Sports show Man City v Chelsea

10 December 2013 13:21:05 Football | Mail Online

BT Sport will show table toppers Arsenal against David Moyes’ Manchester United live on February 12. The broadcaster announced their five fixtures to be shown in February with United’s trip to the Emirates being the pick of the games.

Vice Football Time10 December 2013 13:21:05


BT Sport to screen Arsenal v Man United as top pick of February live games while Sky Sports show Man City v Chelsea

10 December 2013 12:49:35 Sport | Mail Online

BT Sport will show table toppers Arsenal against David Moyes’ Manchester United live on February 12. The broadcaster announced their five fixtures to be shown in February with United’s trip to the Emirates being the pick of the games.

Vice Sport Time10 December 2013 12:49:35


Arsenal vs Manchester United among BT Sport's line-up of televised Premier League fixtures for February

10 December 2013 12:28:21 mirror - Sport

The so-called 'game changer' rival will screen five matches during the month as they continue in their battle with Sky Sports

Vice Sport Time10 December 2013 12:28:21


When are Manchester United on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 17:14:58 mirror - Sport

Manchester United fan? Then you'll want to know when you can catch Moyes' boys on TV over the festive period and we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 17:14:58


When are Chelsea on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 17:04:46 mirror - Sport

Chelsea fan? Then you'll want to know when you can catch Mourinho's men on TV over the festive period and we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 17:04:46


When are Manchester City on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 17:04:46 mirror - Sport

Manchester City fan? Then you'll want to know when you can catch Aguero and company on TV over the festive period and we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 17:04:46


When are Everton on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 17:04:46 mirror - Sport

Everton fan? Then you'll want to know when you can catch Roberto Martinez side in action over the festive period and we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 17:04:46


When are Liverpool on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 16:03:19 mirror - Sport

Want to know where to find Luis Suarez? Then here's where you can see Liverpool on TV over the festive period as we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 16:03:19


When are Newcastle United on TV? Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

05 December 2013 14:00:51 mirror - Sport

Are you a Magpie? Then you'll want to know when you can catch the lads on TV over the festive period and we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time05 December 2013 14:00:51


When are Arsenal on TV: Fixtures, schedules, channels and times for Sky, ITV, BT Sport and BBC

25 November 2013 19:15:02 mirror - Sport

Arsenal fan? Then you'll want to know when you can catch the Gunners in action on TV this season, we've got all the televised fixtures

Vice Sport Time25 November 2013 19:15:02


BT Sports pundit David Ginola makes a rude hand gesture at Jake Humphreys in television studio spat about his shoes

19 October 2013 19:01:32 News | Mail Online

The former French international reacted badly to comments about his dress sense from BT presenter Jake Humphrey ahead of the Newcastle-Liverpool fixture.

Vice All News Time19 October 2013 19:01:32


Sky Sports and BT Sport Christmas fixtures announced

09 October 2013 14:46:18 Football | Mail Online

Football fans will be given a treat around the Christmas period as a host of top Premier League games will be shown live on television.

Vice Football Time09 October 2013 14:46:18


Sky Sports and BT Sport Christmas fixtures announced

09 October 2013 14:13:29 Sport | Mail Online

Football fans will be given a treat around the Christmas period as a host of top Premier League games will be shown live on television.

Vice Sport Time09 October 2013 14:13:29


Manchester City and Liverpool's Boxing Day clash included in BT Sport's televised festive fixture selection

09 October 2013 13:55:47 mirror - Sport

BT Sport announce latest round of televised fixtures, with Arsenal's visits to Manchester City and Arsenal also being broadcast

Vice Sport Time09 October 2013 13:55:47


Sky Sports and BT Premier League TV fixtures 2013: See when your club is on the box this season

11 July 2013 13:29:34 mirror - Sport

Sky kick off the new season with David Moyes first Premier League clash as Manchester United boss

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 13:29:34


Premier League TV fixtures: Sky Sports block BT Sport by dominating best early season games

11 July 2013 13:23:26 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

Sky Sports block BT Sport from showing any matches between top four in opening round of live matches.        

Vice Football Time11 July 2013 13:23:26


Premier League TV fixtures: Sky Sports block BT Sport by dominating best early season games

11 July 2013 12:50:45 Sport

Sky Sports block BT Sport from showing any matches between top four in opening round of live matches.        

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 12:50:45


Premier League: Sky Sports scores against BT with Manchester derby

11 July 2013 12:34:14 Football news, match reports and fixtures | theguardian.com

Broadcaster secures José Mourinho's Chelsea return and Manuel Pellegrini's first game at Manchester City BSkyB has muscled out challenger BT to secure key matches at the start of the Premier League season, including Manchester United's clashes with other top teams, José Mourinho's first fixture back at Chelsea and Manuel Pellegrini's first game in charge of Manchester City. The first round of televised Premier League fixtures published on Thursday reveal that Sky Sports has focused its efforts on keeping out BT from Manchester United's top matches, which attract the biggest football audiences, including the Manchester derby. BT's top matches in the opening weeks of the 2013/14 season are the London derby clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea and Everton versus Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. Barney Francis, managing director of Sky Sports, said: "This is our biggest ever season of Premier League football. When you look at the opening fixtures in black and white, you can see that no other broadcaster comes close to the quality that we offer. Sky Sports will show every match between last season's top four as well as every club at least twice by December. "We'll have more than three times as many matches as BT, and our schedule is even stronger than it was last season. With the best team of analysts, a fantastic new weekend schedule and coverage from the Football League, UEFA Champions League, La Liga and the SPL, this is the best ever football season for Sky Sports viewers." Simon Green, director of BT Sport, said: "We are thrilled that BT Sport viewers will be able to enjoy these top-of-the-table matches free with BT broadband. This is the first time in Premier League history that top pick matches have been shown anywhere other than on Sky, but Sky TV customers can easily add BT Sport by calling us and if they have BT broadband they can get it for free." More details soon... • To contact the MediaGuardian news desk email media@guardian.co.uk or phone 020 3353 3857. For all other inquiries please call the main Guardian switchboard on 020 3353 2000. If you are writing a comment for publication, please mark clearly "for publication". • To get the latest media news to your desktop or mobile, follow MediaGuardian on Twitter and Facebook Sky Sports Sports rights Premier League Television industry BSkyB Media business BT Sport Manchester United Manchester City John Reynolds guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time11 July 2013 12:34:14


Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea on Sky Sports and Liverpool on BT Sport in opening Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 12:33:10 Football | Mail Online

Sky Sports and BT Sport have revealed which Premier League fixtures they will be showing in the first-half of next season, with five matches televised on the opening weekend. Sky will show Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea on the opening weekend, with BT Sport opening the season with Liverpool v Stoke

Vice Football Time11 July 2013 12:33:10


Premier League 2013/14 season: fixtures on Sky Sports and BT Sport

11 July 2013 12:18:27 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

See which of the channels will be airing key fixtures this autumn Sky Sports August Swansea City v Manchester United - Saturday 17 5:30pm Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 18 1:30pm Chelsea v Hull City - Sunday 18 4pm Manchester City v Newcastle United - Monday 19 8pm Aston Villa v Liverpool - Saturday 24 5:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester City - Sunday 25 4pm Manchester United v Chelsea- Monday 26 8pm Crystal Palace v Sunderland - Saturday 31 5:30pm September Liverpool v Manchester United - Sunday 1 1:30pm Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 1 4pm Everton v Chelsea - Saturday 14 5:30pm Southampton v West Ham - Sunday 15 4pm Swansea City v Liverpool - Monday 16 8pm Chelsea v Fulham - Saturday 21 5:30pm Arsenal v Stoke City - Sunday 22 1:30pm Manchester City v Manchester United - Sunday 22 4pm Swansea City v Arsenal - Saturday 28 5:30pm Stoke City v Norwich City - Sunday 29 1:30pm Sunderland v Liverpool - Sunday 29 4pm Everton v Newcastle United- Monday 30 8pm October Sunderland v Manchester United - Saturday 5 5:30pm Norwich City v Chelsea - Sunday 6 1:30pm West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal - Sunday 6 4pm West Ham United v Manchester City - Saturday 19 5:30pm Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 20 4pm Crystal Palace v Fulham - Monday 21 8pm Southampton v Fulham - Saturday 26 5:30pm Chelsea v Manchester City - Sunday 27 1:30pm Sunderland v Newcastle United - Sunday 27 4pm November Arsenal v Liverpool - Saturday 2 5:30pm Everton v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 3 1:30pm Cardiff City v Swansea City - Sunday 3 4pm Norwich City v West Ham United - Saturday 9 5:30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United - Sunday 10 12pm Sunderland v Manchester City - Sunday 10 2:05pm Manchester United v Arsenal - Sunday 10 4:10pm Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Saturday 23 5:30pm West Ham United v Chelsea - Sunday 24 1:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester United - Sunday 24 4pm West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa - Monday 25 8pm Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion - Saturday 30 5:30pm December Hull City v Liverpool - Sunday 1 1:30pm Chelsea v Southampton - Sunday 1 4pm Fixtures correct at: 11/07/13 Details correct at time of print. Schedules will change according to fixtures. BT Sport August Liverpool v Stoke - Saturday 17 12:45pm Fulham v Arsenal - Saturday 24 12:45pm Man City v Hull City - Saturday 31 12:45pm September Man Utd v Crystal Palace - Saturday 14 12:45pm Norwich v Aston Villa - Saturday 21 12:45pm Tottenham v Chelsea - Saturday 28/09/13 12:45pm October Man City v Everton - Saturday 5 12:45pm Newcastle v Liverpool - Saturday 19 12:45pm Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Saturday 26 12:45pm November Newcastle v Chelsea - Saturday 2 12:45pm Everton v Liverpool - Saturday 23 12:45pm Tottenham v Man Utd - Saturday 30 12:45pm Sports rights Sky Sports BSkyB BT Sport Television industry Premier League Sport TV Television guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time11 July 2013 12:18:27


Premier League 2013/14 season: fixtures on Sky Sports and BT Sport

11 July 2013 12:13:09 Football news, match reports and fixtures | theguardian.com

See which of the channels will be airing key fixtures this autumn Sky Sports August Swansea City v Manchester United - Saturday 17 5:30pm Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 18 1:30pm Chelsea v Hull City - Sunday 18 4pm Manchester City v Newcastle United - Monday 19 8pm Aston Villa v Liverpool - Saturday 24 5:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester City - Sunday 25 4pm Manchester United v Chelsea- Monday 26 8pm Crystal Palace v Sunderland - Saturday 31 5:30pm September Liverpool v Manchester United - Sunday 1 1:30pm Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 1 4pm Everton v Chelsea - Saturday 14 5:30pm Southampton v West Ham - Sunday 15 4pm Swansea City v Liverpool - Monday 16 8pm Chelsea v Fulham - Saturday 21 5:30pm Arsenal v Stoke City - Sunday 22 1:30pm Manchester City v Manchester United - Sunday 22 4pm Swansea City v Arsenal - Saturday 28 5:30pm Stoke City v Norwich City - Sunday 29 1:30pm Sunderland v Liverpool - Sunday 29 4pm Everton v Newcastle United- Monday 30 8pm October Sunderland v Manchester United - Saturday 5 5:30pm Norwich City v Chelsea - Sunday 6 1:30pm West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal - Sunday 6 4pm West Ham United v Manchester City - Saturday 19 5:30pm Aston Villa v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 20 4pm Crystal Palace v Fulham - Monday 21 8pm Southampton v Fulham - Saturday 26 5:30pm Chelsea v Manchester City - Sunday 27 1:30pm Sunderland v Newcastle United - Sunday 27 4pm November Arsenal v Liverpool - Saturday 2 5:30pm Everton v Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 3 1:30pm Cardiff City v Swansea City - Sunday 3 4pm Norwich City v West Ham United - Saturday 9 5:30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United - Sunday 10 12pm Sunderland v Manchester City - Sunday 10 2:05pm Manchester United v Arsenal - Sunday 10 4:10pm Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Saturday 23 5:30pm West Ham United v Chelsea - Sunday 24 1:30pm Cardiff City v Manchester United - Sunday 24 4pm West Bromwich Albion v Aston Villa - Monday 25 8pm Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion - Saturday 30 5:30pm December Hull City v Liverpool - Sunday 1 1:30pm Chelsea v Southampton - Sunday 1 4pm Fixtures correct at: 11/07/13 Details correct at time of print. Schedules will change according to fixtures. BT Sport August Liverpool v Stoke - Saturday 17 12:45pm Fulham v Arsenal - Saturday 24 12:45pm Man City v Hull City - Saturday 31 12:45pm September Man Utd v Crystal Palace - Saturday 14 12:45pm Norwich v Aston Villa - Saturday 21 12:45pm Tottenham v Chelsea - Saturday 28/09/13 12:45pm October Man City v Everton - Saturday 5 12:45pm Newcastle v Liverpool - Saturday 19 12:45pm Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Saturday 26 12:45pm November Newcastle v Chelsea - Saturday 2 12:45pm Everton v Liverpool - Saturday 23 12:45pm Tottenham v Man Utd - Saturday 30 12:45pm Sports rights Sky Sports BSkyB BT Sport Television industry Premier League Sport TV Television guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time11 July 2013 12:13:09


Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea on Sky Sports and Liverpool on BT Sport in opening Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 12:03:49 Sport | Mail Online

Sky Sports and BT Sport have revealed which Premier League fixtures they will be showing in the first-half of next season, with five matches televised on the opening weekend. Sky will show Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea on the opening weekend, with BT Sport opening the season with Liverpool v Stoke

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 12:03:49


Manchester United and Chelsea on Sky Sports and Liverpool on BT Sport in opening Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 02:39:03 Sport | Mail Online

The TV fixtures announced on Thursday will kick-start the war between Sky Sports and BT Sport for Premier League supremacy. And Sky's first picks mean a low-key start for newcomers BT.

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 02:39:03


Sky Sports take tough stance with BT Sport over opening rounds of 2013-14 Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 01:16:34 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

Sky Sports has blocked BT Sport from broadcasting Manchester United's biggest Premier League games at the start of??next season.        

Vice Football Time11 July 2013 01:16:34


Sky Sports take tough stance with BT Sport over opening rounds of 2013-14 Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 01:12:52 Sport

Sky Sports has blocked BT Sport from broadcasting Manchester United's biggest Premier League games at the start of??next season.        

Vice Sport Time11 July 2013 01:12:52


Manchester United and Chelsea on Sky Sports and Liverpool on BT Sport in opening Premier League fixtures

11 July 2013 00:38:23 Football | Mail Online

The TV fixtures announced on Thursday will kick-start the war between Sky Sports and BT Sport for Premier League supremacy. And Sky's first picks mean a low-key start for newcomers BT.

Vice Football Time11 July 2013 00:38:23


Sky and BT embark on battle for the best live Premier League fixtures

19 June 2013 21:39:40 Football news, match reports and fixtures | theguardian.com

• Majority of BT's 38 games to be shown on Saturday lunchtimes • Sky confident experience of picking matches gives them edge The announcement of the Premier League fixture list will also sound the starting gun on a bitter battle over which matches are to be televised live between BSkyB and BT. The new broadcaster has gambled £738m on securing the rights to 38 live matches per season, but Sky Sports will still screen the lion's share, 116 games, under a domestic TV deal worth more than £3bn in total to Premier League clubs over the next three seasons. Unlike its predecessors which have failed in challenging in Sky, such as Setanta, or have opted not to compete head-on, such as ESPN, BT has trumpeted the fact that it has 18 "first-pick matches" among its rights. So although it will only air an average of one game a week, most of them in a Saturday lunchtime slot, it will be able to lay claim to meaningful matches involving some of the most attractive clubs. However, it will have to first negotiate the complex picking process in which Sky is confident that its two decades of experience will be brought to bear. Knowledge of which matches will be affected by police advice and other factors is crucial in second-guessing the knock-on effects of making certain choices, but BT will argue that it has plenty of expertise on board from former Setanta and Sky executives. Sky will be able to choose 20 rounds of fixtures in which it will have first pick of the matches on offer, while BT will effectively be left with the other 18 rounds – subject to various other complicating factors. Executives at both companies have been deciding for months how they will structure their approach, but it is only once the fixtures have been released that they can begin to properly plan their tactics in picking their first tranche of matches. One of the key decisions for both companies will be the extent to which they "frontload" their choices in order to start with a bang. BT, having spent heavily on marketing its new sports channels that will be offered free to subscribers to its broadband service, will be keen to make a statement of intent. During Setanta's ultimately doomed attempt to take on Sky's dominance its executives became so frustrated with the opposition's blocking tactics during negotiations over picks that it complained to the Premier League. The complex game of bluff and double-bluff is likely to take two or three weeks and result in a host of the matches announced morning being moved for the benefit of the cameras. The full list of the first tranche of televised matches is unlikely to be finalised until the first or second week of July. Gavin Patterson, the BT Retail chief who was heavily involved in the decision to bid for the Premier League rights as a driver for its broadband and "triple-play services", was named chief executive of the entire company. The new channels will launch in early August, broadcasting from new studios on the Olympic Park. As well as the Premier League, BT has secured exclusive rights to Premiership rugby and through a deal to acquire ESPN's UK business, coverage of the FA Cup and Scottish Premier League. Premier League BT Sport Sky Sports BSkyB Television industry Owen Gibson guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time19 June 2013 21:39:40


Sky and BT embark on battle for the best live Premier League fixtures

19 June 2013 21:32:07 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

• Majority of BT's 38 games to be shown on Saturday lunchtimes • Sky confident experience of picking matches gives them edge The announcement of the Premier League fixture list will also sound the starting gun on a bitter battle over which matches are to be televised live between BSkyB and BT. The new broadcaster has gambled £738m on securing the rights to 38 live matches per season, but Sky Sports will still screen the lion's share, 116 games, under a domestic TV deal worth more than £3bn in total to Premier League clubs over the next three seasons. Unlike its predecessors which have failed in challenging in Sky, such as Setanta, or have opted not to compete head-on, such as ESPN, BT has trumpeted the fact that it has 18 "first-pick matches" among its rights. So although it will only air an average of one game a week, most of them in a Saturday lunchtime slot, it will be able to lay claim to meaningful matches involving some of the most attractive clubs. However, it will have to first negotiate the complex picking process in which Sky is confident that its two decades of experience will be brought to bear. Knowledge of which matches will be affected by police advice and other factors is crucial in second-guessing the knock-on effects of making certain choices, but BT will argue that it has plenty of expertise on board from former Setanta and Sky executives. Sky will be able to choose 20 rounds of fixtures in which it will have first pick of the matches on offer, while BT will effectively be left with the other 18 rounds – subject to various other complicating factors. Executives at both companies have been deciding for months how they will structure their approach, but it is only once the fixtures have been released that they can begin to properly plan their tactics in picking their first tranche of matches. One of the key decisions for both companies will be the extent to which they "frontload" their choices in order to start with a bang. BT, having spent heavily on marketing its new sports channels that will be offered free to subscribers to its broadband service, will be keen to make a statement of intent. During Setanta's ultimately doomed attempt to take on Sky's dominance its executives became so frustrated with the opposition's blocking tactics during negotiations over picks that it complained to the Premier League. The complex game of bluff and double-bluff is likely to take two or three weeks and result in a host of the matches announced morning being moved for the benefit of the cameras. The full list of the first tranche of televised matches is unlikely to be finalised until the first or second week of July. Gavin Patterson, the BT Retail chief who was heavily involved in the decision to bid for the Premier League rights as a driver for its broadband and "triple-play services", was named chief executive of the entire company. The new channels will launch in early August, broadcasting from new studios on the Olympic Park. As well as the Premier League, BT has secured exclusive rights to Premiership rugby and through a deal to acquire ESPN's UK business, coverage of the FA Cup and Scottish Premier League. Premier League BT Sport Sky Sports BSkyB Television industry Owen Gibson guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time19 June 2013 21:32:07