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    NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

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    NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

    (June 26, 2006) -- NFL GameDay will take fans on a 360-degree, 90-minute spin around the league at 11:30 p.m. ET each NFL Sunday on NFL Network. The new program features host Rich Eisen and analysts to be announced shortly.

    "GameDay will be the definitive source for the sights, sounds and stories of each NFL Sunday," NFL Network President & CEO Steve Bornstein said.

    When the final game concludes, the 90-minute show will put an exclamation point on the day's action.

    NFL GameDay will be the best and most extensive NFL highlights show on television with unlimited use of highlights of all Sunday games, plus postgame press conferences, interviews and analysis.

    Fantasy players will enjoy the show's complete rundown of team and individual player statistics. GameDay will run in a continuous loop on NFL Network with the final airing at 1 p.m. ET on Mondays.

    In 2006, NFL Network will air 168 football games, including eight regular-season NFL games, 52 preseason games, 75 game re-airs, 31 NFL Europe League contests, the Insight Bowl and the Senior Bowl.

    NFL Network airs seven days a week, 24 hours a day on a year-round basis and is the first television network fully dedicated to the NFL and the sport of football. For more information, log onto www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/home.
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    Re: NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

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    Dish Network, NFL Network ink broad pact

    Deal includes live games to all customers, plus full-time high definition feed

    NEW YORK (June 26, 2006) -- EchoStar Communications Corporation and NFL Network announced a multi-year extension to bring many new advanced features to customers of EchoStar's DISH Networkâ„¢ satellite TV service. These features include availability on DISH Network's America's Top 60; 168 games televised nationally including NFL Network's regular-season primetime game package debuting this Thanksgiving; and full-time carriage of NFL Network's high definition feed.

    "Our renewed partnership with NFL Network allows us to continue to offer DISH Network customers advanced services at affordable prices," said Eric Sahl, senior vice president of programming for DISH Network. "NFL Network in America's Top 60 package allows DISH Network to bring this service to our customers at the lowest price in the industry, further strengthening the choice of our programming options."

    "DISH Network is a terrific partner who has embraced NFL Network wholeheartedly," said Brian Decker, NFL Network's vice president of national accounts. "We look forward to continuing to drive positive results for its business and customers."

    Beginning July 13, NFL Network will be available to DISH Network customers on Channel 154 on the America's Top 60 package ($29.99 per month) or above. NFL Network has been located on DISH Network Channel 154 since last September and is currently available to customers subscribing to America's Top 120 package or above.

    Additionally, DISH Network will televise NFL Network's regular-season primetime games nationally on both standard definition and high definition feeds. DISH Network, offering the largest HD lineup in the U.S. with 29 channels, will make NFL Network's 24-hour high definition feed available to DishHD Bronze and higher customers on a year-round basis on Channel 9426.

    With NFL Network's exclusive access into key league events, football fans will have access to nearly 2,000 original hours of programming on NFL Network. Customers can subscribe to DISH Network by visiting www.dishnetwork.com, calling 1-800-333-DISH (3474) or visiting a local DISH Network retailer.
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    Re: NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

    DISH Network ... will make NFL Network's 24-hour high definition feed available to DishHD Bronze and higher customers on a year-round basis on Channel 9426.

    Another reason I am glad I have DISH! :grin:
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    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

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    DISH Network ... will make NFL Network's 24-hour high definition feed available to DishHD Bronze and higher customers on a year-round basis on Channel 9426.

    Another reason I am glad I have DISH! :grin:
    I'm glad too! This looks like a pretty cool program. The NFL network will soon be a cable channel I garuntee it.



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    Re: NFL Gameday to give fans '360' coverage

    "Williamson8211" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    DISH Network ... will make NFL Network's 24-hour high definition feed available to DishHD Bronze and higher customers on a year-round basis on Channel 9426.

    Another reason I am glad I have DISH! :grin:
    I'm glad too! This looks like a pretty cool program. The NFL network will soon be a cable channel I garuntee it.
    It already is a cable channel - which Charter Cable dropped from their systems after the season ended because of a dispute over money.

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