Celtic certainly have their own on-line channel too (used dodgy web links to this for Euro games!). I guess there could be some contractual changes required for legal stuff but I dont think it would be a problem.
Surely DFCTV will be available for overseas subscribers (non UK) to watch matches live. Falkirk were able to show live games on a pay-per-view basis to overseas fans the season after they were relegated from the SPL. The reason given was because they were able to do it in the SPL.
Fair comment, We will be sitting down soon and working out a program of what to show over the season[quote]Originally posted by NewportDee
[quote Great to hear this finally progressing Dave. Should make superb viewing (as long as it is only the games we win!).
Tongue in cheek comment by me Dave. There have been some great games that we've drawn and even a few that we lost. looking forward to a trip down memory lane. Hope the club advertise it well to encourage more fans to sign up to DFCTV, especially with highlights (albeit likely to be shorter than DFCTV's highlights) on the BBC.
Brightshore media have been asked to change the main page, will get you news on when archive matches start going up asap.
For those who havenn't checked we now do a weekly show - usually about ten minutes on Thursday or Friday each week which includes content that hasn't been seen before - and our highlights are usually 17-25 minutes long and are online by the morning after the game - that's much longet highlights than anywher else - if we score any goals in a game then they are online at 10pm after the match in the case of a weekend game.