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  1. #1
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    Default JSC Sports update/ pairing

    Al Jazeera Sports win Premier League rights

    Al Jazeera Sports revealed through screens Friday evening that acquired the global rights of the Premier League

    Al Jazeera Sports won the rights to broadcast English Premier League beginning from next year and until 2016, making it the Premier League exclusively on Al Jazeera Sports

    Noteworthy that the Premier League was broadcast on Abu Dhabi Sports channels exclusively,sofien72tu
    However, Al Jazeera has managed to win their rights beginning of next season.

    It is not known yet if it will be broadcast on 13 East or kept to 7 West.

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    Premier League announces audio-visual rights
    Live audio-visual rights in the UK for 2013/14 to 2015/16 are revealed by Premier League
    BSkyB secured packages totalling 116 matches, with BT securing packages totalling 38 matches

    The Premier League has concluded the sales process for the seven packages of live audio-visual rights for transmission in the UK during seasons 2013/14 to 2015/16.

    The seven packages – five of 26 matches and two of 12 matches – totalling 154 matches were awarded on the following basis:

    - BSkyB has secured packages B, C, D, E and F totalling 116 matches.

    - BT has secured packages A and G totalling 38 matches.

    The overall value delivered for the seven packages following the structured and independently scrutinised sales process is Ł3.018 billion.

    Premier League Chief Executive, Richard Scudamore, said: "The Barclays Premier League continues to provide excellent football and enthralling drama as we saw last season. The value this drives for our rightsholders is evident and we are extremely pleased that this has been realised for our UK live rights.

    "As ever, the security provided by broadcast revenues will enable our clubs to continue to invest in all aspects of their football activities and plan sustainably for the foreseeable future. This deal allows them to keep delivering what fans want; top quality football in some of world’s best club stadia and an increasing focus on and commitment to areas such as Youth Development.
    "The continuing support of BSkyB for Premier League football is significant beyond the revenues delivered; the longevity and quality of their commitment has done much for the English game as a whole. We are very happy to see this relationship maintained for another three seasons.

    "We welcome BT as a new Premier League broadcast partner. They are a substantial British company that is at the leading edge of technology and infra-structure development. They are clearly investing in quality content to use on their platforms and when combined with the reach and pull of Premier League football they will deliver new ways in which fans will be able to follow the competition.

    "These are exciting times for both the football and media worlds and we should all be proud of the value both industries contribute to the UK culturally and economically.

    "I would also like to place on record the Premier League's thanks to the numerous other highly credible bidders that showed such interest in the live UK rights."

    The deal represents an increase of Ł1.25bn on the current broadcast settlement, which shares rights between BSkyB and ESPN.

    After the TV rights announcement, Scudamore expressed his belief that the revenue generated by the deal will help the Premier League continue to have competition from top to bottom.

    "The money is not just put into the hands of the top three or four clubs," he added. "The way this money is divided means our smallest clubs are able to compete and, on a match-to-match basis, take on the big clubs.

    "In our league that happens more than anywhere else and as long as we can still have teams in the bottom three beating teams in the top three every season then we have a compelling competition. And as long as that continues, people will continue to want to invest in buying that content."
    Scudamore also said this news will assist Barclays Premier League teams when they compete against clubs from other countries which do not have the same method of selling television rights.

    “Our challenge under a collective selling model is to try to make sure that our top clubs are able to compete with the top clubs that have got an individual selling model,” he said.

    “I am pleased that this will take our clubs up a notch closer to those clubs who benefit from that individual selling model, say in Spain.”

    Scudamore added that one of the major benefits of the new contract will be to provide financial security for Premier League clubs until 2016.

    "The idea that you can plan with some certainty what your revenues are going to be for the next four years is a very, very useful thing in terms of creating stability," he said.

    "You need money in football to invest, firstly in playing talent and therefore an element of this of course will enable clubs to do that.

    "But I think we are entering a new era in football, with Financial Fair Play and with general attention to cost constraint, and therefore I am really hoping that it will get invested in other things besides just playing talent, things like stadia infrastructure and youth development.

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    We know BSkyB & BT have been fighting it out for the rights on 28East mate.

    Al Jazeera Sport aren't on that. They are on 13 East and 7 West and are a really cheap subscription like ART was back in the day!

    JSC will be renamed BEin Sports Arabia during the summer when all the HD Channels will be launched.

    And it looks like the card will be paired with the receiver from 2014 onwards.

    But if they do broadcast on 13 East ( Which I find it hard to believe with the FA involved ) the Reciever & Card won't be as dear as Murdoch's surely going by current pricing.

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    Why IPTV ?
    There is too much money involved with cs, and what ever happens with encryptions if its important enough it will be cracked
    Maybe a few years ago I would have seen an end to cs, but given the open source and chinese involvement I can not see IPTV being required at any time in the near future.
    The quality of IPTV even at todays broadband speeds, is rubbish and will never be as good as satellite.

    My guess will be jsc screen it on 7w because making a new pairing system now with the amount of cards that are out there would cost a fortune and would lose too many customers
    Because with new encryptions mate its going to be hard to break them!

    People said that about Total TV and it has never been opened via CS well at least not publically, so its either a black screen or a IPTV. ( Proper IPTV not via a silly website :P )

    Regarding the JSC cards, the renewals of the cards are finishing from the 1st of January 2014, this is publically known for a few months now if you haven't seen it.

    LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Television sports rights business MP & Silva has trumped larger rivals Abu Dhabi Media (ADM) and Al Jazeera to win a three-year contract to distribute English Premier League soccer in the Middle East and North Africa.
    The Premier League announced the agreement with the international media agency on Thursday, the latest in a series of rights deals expected to bring the League a total windfall of more than 5 billion pounds ($7.9 billion) in 2013 though 2016.
    ADM previously held the rights and had been expected to fight hard to retain them, since Premier League Champions Manchester City are owned by Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a member of Abu Dhabi's ruling family.
    Qatar-based Al Jazeera has also been building up its sports broadcasting business, launching channels in France and the United States, and had been expecting to bid strongly for the Premier League rights in its home region.
    MP & Silva CEO Andrea Radrizzani said the big two broadcasters did not bid as aggressively as he had feared.
    "Our price was quite near what ADM paid in the past," Radrizzani told Reuters. "Even though the price was quite high, we thought it was killer content for the region."
    The rights cover all 380 Premier League matches per season and extend across 23 countries from Iran to Morocco, taking in the United Arab Emirates and Egypt.
    Having bought the rights, MP & Silva will seek to do its own deals with broadcasters in the region to show live action.
    Viewers in some countries may not need to adjust their television sets to receive new channels because MP & Silva plans to negotiate with ADM and Al Jazeera.
    The Premier League is the richest in the world in terms of TV revenue and outperforms Spanish and German rivals when it comes to selling overseas.
    "There is a lot of appetite for football and the Premier League is the best league in the world," said Radrizzani.
    "The format is very good for the region in terms of time slots at the weekend," he added
    JSC cards website sent out an email out to its resellers last month

    Just in,
    Aljazeera have now put a hold on the pairing of boxes / renewals until the 31/12/13.
    You can renew til after the 31/12/13 but there is NO more info available,
    Word is this will be the box used from whats been going around the arab forums

    New proprietary box (based upon Humax ICord Entavio) with Hardware ID married to card and the ethernet port disabled.

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    3.2- If you are using your card for Sharing system , then it will be Freezed , for this situation your card is not guaranteed and we can't reactive it , because aljazeera using a tracking system it can knows how dose the card works and if it was working by normal decoder or for sharing .
    looking for JSTV subscribers. & 9 east

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    Al Jazeera is opened now and not have problem



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