List of 2006 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights


List of 2006 FIFA World Cup broadcasting rights

This is a list of broadcasters of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

*Asia [ESPN Star Sports broadcasts in Asian countries such as Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand. ] [ [http://www.startv.com/feed.html?id=b45cf08b3ffe338b8923a1f97a395661 STAR TV description of ESPN] ] : ESPN Star Sports reaches 164 million households in Asia. [ [http://www.espnstar.com/corporate/aboutus/corpo_corpoinfo.html ESPN Star corporate information] ]
*Albania: Digit-Alb
*Argentina: Torneos y Competencias and DirecTV
*Austria: ORF-Österreichischer Rundfunk
*Australia:
** "TV": SBS
** "Radio": SBS
*Bangladesh: Bangladesh Television
*Belgium: Kanaal 2 and VT4 (Dutch-speaking) and RTBF (French-speaking)
*Bolivia: Unitel Bolivia
*Bosnia and Herzegovina: PBSBiH
*Brazil:
** "Tv":
** "High-definition": BandSports, Sportv Copa
**"Standard-definition": TV Globo
**"Cable television": Sportv, Sportv 2, ESPN Brasil.
**"Internet": Globo.com
**"Radio": Rádio Globo and Rádio Record
*Bulgaria: BNT Channel 1
*Canada:
** "TV":
*** "English": Rogers Sportsnet, TSN, CTV (using HBS International feeds with British voiceover);
*** "French": RDS;
*** "Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish": Omni 1 (CFMT-TV 47 Toronto);
*** "Cantonese or Mandarin Chinese": Omni 2 (CJMT-TV 69 Toronto);
**"Broadband Internet": rogers.com
*Chile: Megavisión, TVN, RED Televisión and DirecTV.
*China: CCTV-5 (中央电视台体育频道)
*Colombia: DirecTV, RCN TV, and Caracol TV
*Costa Rica: Repretel
*Cuba:Tele Rebelde
*Croatia: HRT
*Cyprus: RIK
*Czech Republic: Česká televize
*Denmark: shared between DR1 and TV 2
*Ecuador: La Tri (Teleamazonas, RTS, Ecuavisa)
*England: see United Kingdom
*Estonia: ETV
*Finland: YLE
*France: TF1, M6, Canal+, Eurosport France
*Germany:
**"TV":
***"High-definition":Premiere HD
***"Standard definition":ARD (Das Erste), ZDF, RTL Television, Premiere
*Greece: ERT1 and NET
*Guatemala: Canal 3 and Canal 7 (Non-subscription TV; all 64 matches available live)
*Honduras: TVC
*Hong Kong: Cable TV Hong Kong, TVB (Only Semi-finals & Final), ATV (Only Opening match & Final)
*Hungary: RTL Klub and Sport Klub
*Iceland: Sýn
*India: ESPN Star Sports (all matches), Doordarshan(selected matches)
** "Radio": All India Radio
*Indonesia: SCTV
*Iran: IRIB
*Ireland: RTÉ
*Israel: Most matches only on pay-per-view. The opening match, and matches from the quarter-final and onwards, will be broadcast by Arutz 2 and Israel 10, with the latter broadcasting the final.
*Italy:
**Sky Italia [For the first time ever, the state broadcaster RAI lost the bid for full TV broadcasting. However, Rai TV broadcast a full match for every group game, plus four of eight matches in the round of 16, two of four games in the quarter-finals, and all remaining games (including, by law, the Azzurri's matches), one game per day. Radio Rai aired all 64 matches.]
**RAI: all 64 matches live by radio and one match a day by TV.
*Japan: (Japan Consortium system,all network broadcast) NHK, Nippon TV (NTV), TBS, Fuji Television, tv asahi, TV Tokyo, SKY PerfecTV! (satellite)
*Kenya: KTN and KBC
*Korea, North: Korean Central Television (through footage obtained from the South Korean broadcasters) [ [http://www.korea.net/news/news/newsView.asp?serial_no=20060616026 Report on North Korea TV rights] ]
*Korea, South:
**"TV, high and standard definition":
***KBS, MBC and SBS
**"Broadband internet":
***Daum
*Kosovo: RTK
*Latvia: LTV7 and Channel One (Baltic)
*Lithuania: Lietuvos Radijas ir Televizija
*Macedonia: MKTV (Macedonian Radio-Television)
*Malaysia: Astro (8 channels dedicated exclusively to the World Cup), RTM: (RTM1 and RTM2), ntv7
*Malta: Melita Sports
*Mexico: Televisa, TV Azteca, SKY Latin America, Mega Cable.
*Moldova: TRM
*Arab World: ART World Cup Channel
*Montenegro: TV In
*Netherlands: Nederlandse Omroep Stichting
*New Zealand: SKY TV and TV ONE
*Northern Ireland: see United Kingdom
*Norway: NRK and TV 2
*Pakistan: PTV
*Panama: RPC (MEDCOM)
*Paraguay: SNT
*Peru: ATV
*Philippines: SportsPlus All 64 matches live in all-access pay-per-view. Selected matches will be televised in the regular SportsPlus channel on a 48-hour tape delay.
*Poland: shared between Polsat and TVP
*Portugal: SIC and SportTV channels (pay-tv, broadcasting all the matches)
*Puerto Rico: Univision Puerto Rico and ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2
*Romania: TVR 1 and TVR 2
*Russia: Channel One,Channel "Russia" and Channel "Sport"
*Saudi Arabia: Al Riyadiah (Saudi TV3) and ART World Cup Channel
*Scotland: see United Kingdom
*Serbia: RTS
*Singapore:
**"High and standard definition"
***StarHub Cable Vision [ Select trial participants will receive all 64 matches in [http://www.hdtv-trial.sg/index.jsp HD] .]
**"Standard definition"
***Channel 5
*Slovakia: STV
*Slovenia: shared between RTV Slovenija and Kanal A
*South Africa: shared between DSTV(SuperSport) and SABC
*Spain:
**"TV":
***la Sexta: all 64 matches; 35 live and 29 delay.
***Cuatro TV: matches of Spain, inaugural match, semifinals and final.
***Digital+: all 64 matches; all matches live.
**"Radio":
***Cadena SER
***Cadena COPE
***RNE
***Onda Cero
*Sweden:
**"TV": shared between SVT and TV4 32 matches each [HD will be available for free both in the terrestrial network and by Canal Digital satellite.]
**"Radio": Sveriges Radio
*Switzerland:
** "German": SF2;
** "French": TSR2;
** "Italian": TSI 2
*Taiwan:Era TV (will use three channels for coverage)
*Thailand: Channel 3, Royal Thai Army TV 5, BBTV Channel 7, ModerNine TV, NBT TV Channel 11, ITV (all 64 matches available on non-subscription TV)
*Trinidad and Tobago: CCN TV6
*Turkey: Kanal 1
*Ukraine: Inter, ICTV
*United Kingdom:
**"TV":
***"High-definition": BBC HD and ITV HD;
***"Standard definition": shared between BBC, ITV, UKTV G2;
***"Broadband Internet": bbc.co.uk (broadcasts available only in UK);
**"Radio": BBC Radio Five Live, talkSPORT 1089/1053am, DAB Digital Radio (online streaming not available), BBC Radio Scotland (final only)
*United States:
**"TV":
***"High-definition": ABC HD, ESPN HD, ESPN2 HD
***"Standard-definition":
****"English": ABC, ESPN, ESPN2;
****"Spanish": Univision, TeleFutura and Galavisión;
****"German": Setanta Sports North America;
****"French": TV5MONDE USA;
****"Portuguese": RBTI and TV Globo Internacional;
****"Persian": Tapesh TV
****"Arabic": ART Global America
****"Japanese": TV Japan
****"Korean": KBS America
**"Broadband Internet": ESPN360.com (56 Matches)
**"Radio": XM Satellite Radio (English and Spanish); Fútbol de Primera radio syndication (Spanish)
*Venezuela: Venevisión, RCTV, Meridiano Televisión
*Vietnam [ [http://english.vietnamnet.vn/reports/2006/02/544311/ Report on Vietnam broadcasting rights] ] : FPT, VTV and HTV. All matches available on VTV and HTV (both are state's TV).
*Wales: see United Kingdom
*Worldwide: Radio - BBC World Service

Notes

External links

*PDF| [http://eur.i1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/i/eu/fifa/06061.pdf Listing of broadcast rights from FIFA] |165 KiB


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