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NBC Sports Releases '13-14 EPL Schedule, Plans For MLS Cross-Promotion
Published July 30, 2013
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GOING ALL-IN: MULTICHANNEL NEWS' Mike Reynolds wrote NBC's coverage plans are "reflective of its all-in approach that will make every match available to Stateside soccer fans." NBC Sports Group said that it has "secured carriage for its Premier League Extra Time coverage with AT&T U-verse, Cablevision’s Optimum, Comcast’s Xfinity, DirecTV, Dish and Suddenlink." Relative to "streaming service, NBC Sports Live Extra, the aforementioned providers, as well as Cox and Verizon FiOS, will make all Premier League games available to their authenticated subscriber bases." Meanwhile, "notable by their absence" were Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications. NBC Sports officials said that they are "continuing to work with these distributors and other affiliates" that carry NBCSN (MULTICHANNEL.com, 7/29).