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SBD Global/September 6, 2013/Media
BBC Becomes Newest Broadcaster To Add Squash To Programming Schedule
Published September 6, 2013
The Professional Squash Association announced that the BBC has become the latest broadcaster to add Squash coverage to its programming after confirming an agreement to cover next month's AJ Bell PSA World Squash Championship in Manchester, U.K. The championship, the premier annual event on the PSA World Tour, will take place at Manchester Central, the city's former Manchester Central railway station, from Oct. 26-Nov. 3 -- and will feature the world's leading players from countries including Britain, Egypt, Australia, France, Germany, Colombia, South Africa, Spain, Botswana, Malaysia, Netherlands, Switzerland, India, Finland, Hong Kong, U.S. and more. The new agreement will lead to coverage from the quarterfinal stage across the BBC Red Button, IPTV and the BBC Sport website. There will also be a highlights program following the event on BBC Two & BBC Two HD (PSA).