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FOX Sports USA zeigt bis zu 6 reguläre NFL Spiele pro Woche in HDTV

Dieses Thema im Forum "Auslands-TV / Pay-TV International / Erotik" wurde erstellt von CableDX, 18. April 2004.

  1. CableDX

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    NFL ON FOX KICKS-OFF SUPER BOWL SEASON SEPT. 12th IN HIGH DEFINITION

    Dallas at Green Bay, St. Louis at Carolina, Green Bay at Philadelphia and

    SUPER BOWL XXXIX Among Regular and Postseason Highlights

    FOX Sports Becomes First Network to Present Up To 6 Games Each Week in HD

    2004 Preseason Schedule Features Thursday and Friday

    Prime Time Games on August 19 and 27

    The 2004 NFL on FOX season, one that will culminate with the live presentation of SUPER BOWL XXXIX, premieres Sunday, Sept. 12 with doubleheader coverage of seven games, highlighted by Joe Gibbs’ return to the Redskins’ sidelines when Washington hosts Tampa Bay, and Bill Parcells’ Dallas Cowboys against the Minnesota Vikings. In total, FOX Sports broadcasts a 111-game regular season slate, including nine doubleheader Sundays, the traditional Thanksgiving Day game and two special late-season non-Sunday national broadcasts. Each week, coverage begins with FOX NFL SUNDAY (12:00-1:00 PM ET/9:00-10:00 AM PT), America’s most watched pregame show for ten straight years, starring co-hosts James Brown and Terry Bradshaw, and analysts Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson.

    FOX Sports’ 2004 NFL regular and postseason broadcast schedule boasts an unprecedented presentation of high definition programming. Beginning Sept. 12, the network will present up to six games in 720p high definition every week during the regular season. In addition, all nationally televised regular and postseason games, including the NFC Championship Game and SUPER BOWL XXXIX, will be offered in the 720p (progressive) high definition format, which takes 60 razor sharp, complete pictures per second, producing spectacular moving images. No other network has ever produced as many as six NFL games in HD on the same day.

    The NFL on FOX’ eleventh season boasts 64 games featuring last season’s playoff teams, including: the Seattle Seahawks (13); the NFC Champion Carolina Panthers (12); the NFC North champion Green Bay Packers (11); the NFC East champion Philadelphia Eagles (10); the NFC West champion St. Louis Rams (10); and the Dallas Cowboys (10). FOX’ 2004 schedule also includes 12 games featuring the Washington Redskins’ crusade for the Lombardi Trophy, back under the direction of the last man to lead the storied franchise to glory, head coach Joe Gibbs.

    Once the playoff teams are determined, the NFL on FOX presents exclusive live postseason coverage, including: an NFC Wild Card Game on Sunday, Jan. 9; the NFC Divisional Playoffs, Saturday, Jan. 15 and Sunday, Jan. 16; the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 23 and culminates with SUPER BOWL XXXIX on Sunday, Feb. 7 from ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville, FL.

    This season’s NFL on FOX coverage again kicks off with three regular-season NFL Europe League contests in June leading up to World Bowl 2004, the league’s championship game, Saturday, June 12 (12:00 PM ET), live from Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

    The NFL on FOX’s 2004 preseason schedule features Jeremy Shockey and the re-tuned New York Giants against the NFC Champion Carolina Panthers, led by former Giant defensive coordinator John Fox, on Thursday, August 19 (8:00 PM ET), live from Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte. Eight days later on Friday, August 27 (8:00 PM ET), Joe Gibbs and the Washington Redskins visit Marshall Faulk and the defending AFC West Champion St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

    David Hill and Ed Goren are the Executive Producers of the NFL on FOX. Bill Brown is Senior Producer. Scott Ackerson is the Coordinating Producer of FOX NFL SUNDAY.

    Following is a complete list of games on the 2004 NFL on FOX regular and postseason broadcast schedules:


    FOX SPORTS 2004 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCHEDULE

    (ALL TIMES ET)

    Sunday, September 12

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM Seattle Seahawks at New Orleans Saints

    Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins

    Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams

    4:00 PM Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings

    New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

    Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49ers

    Sunday, September 19

    1:00 PM Washington Redskins at New York Giants

    Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

    St. Louis Rams at Atlanta Falcons

    San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints

    Carolina Panthers at Kansas City Chiefs

    4:00 PM Seattle Seahawks at Tampa Bay Buccaneers


    Sunday, September 26

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

    Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions

    Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons

    New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Rams

    4:00 PM Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts

    San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks

    Sunday, October 3

    1:00 PM New York Giants at Green Bay Packers

    Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears

    Washington Redskins at Cleveland Browns

    4:00 PM New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals

    Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers

    Sunday, October 10

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

    Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

    Detroit Lions at Atlanta Falcons

    4:00 PM Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos

    Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers

    St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks

    Sunday, October 17

    1:00 PM Carolina Panthers at Philadelphia Eagles

    Washington Redskins at Chicago Bears

    Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

    San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets

    Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots

    Sunday, October 24

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns

    Detroit Lions at New York Giants

    St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins

    Atlanta Falcons at Kansas City Chiefs

    4:00 PM Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers

    Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

    New Orleans Saints at Oakland Raiders

    Sunday, October 31

    1:00 PM Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys

    Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins

    New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings

    Arizona Cardinals at Buffalo Bills

    4:00 PM Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks

    Atlanta Falcons at Denver Broncos

    Sunday, November 7

    1:00 PM Dallas Cowboys at Cincinnati Bengals

    Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers

    Washington Redskins at Detroit Lions

    Arizona Cardinals at Miami Dolphins

    4:00 PM Chicago Bears at New York Giants

    New Orleans Saints at San Diego Chargers

    Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers

    Sunday, November 14

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons

    Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans

    Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars

    Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams

    4:00 PM Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers

    Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers

    New York Giants at Arizona Cardinals

    Sunday, November 21

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers

    Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings

    Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens

    St. Louis Rams at Buffalo Bills

    4:00 PM Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles

    Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants


    Thursday, November 25 (Thanksgiving Day)

    4:00 PM Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys

    Sunday, November 28

    1:00 PM Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

    Washington Redskins at Pittsburgh Steelers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers

    4:00 PM New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

    Sunday, December 5

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints

    San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams

    Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions

    Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

    Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    4:00 PM Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles

    New York Giants at Washington Redskins

    Sunday, December 12

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM New York Giants at Baltimore Ravens

    Chicago Bears at Jacksonville Jaguars

    New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys

    Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings

    Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers

    4:00 PM St. Louis Rams at Carolina Panthers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Diego Chargers

    San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals

    Saturday, December 18

    5:00 PM Washington Redskins at San Francisco 49ers

    Sunday, December 19

    1:00 PM Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

    Seattle Seahawks at New York Jets

    Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions

    4:00 PM New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals

    Friday, December 24

    3:00 PM Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

    Sunday, December 26

    (FOX NFL SUNDAY Doubleheader)

    1:00 PM New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals

    Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

    Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

    4:00 PM Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

    Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

    Sunday, January 2, 2005

    1:00 PM Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins

    Detroit Lions at Tennessee Titans

    Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

    New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

    San Francisco 49ers at New England Patriots

    4:00 PM Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arizona Cardinals

    Sunday, January 9, 2005

    NFC Wild Card Game (teams, site & time to be determined)

    Saturday, January 15, 2005

    NFC Divisional Playoff Game (teams, site & time to be determined)

    Sunday, January 16, 2005

    NFC Divisional Playoff Game (teams, site & time to be determined)

    Sunday, January 23, 2005

    NFC Championship Game (teams, site & time to be determined)

    Sunday, February 7, 2005

    SUPER BOWL XXXIX

    ALLTEL STADIUM, Jacksonville, FL


    [FOX SPORTS]


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  2. heinz becker

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    hi folks,

    alles schön und gut diese Aufstellung, aber was nützt uns das?
    Leider empfangen wir kein FOX Sports in "good old Germany"!!!

    Gruß

    Heinz Becker
     
  3. Tribun

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    Beneidenswerte Amerikaner, kann ich da nur sagen.
     
  4. CableDX

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    Es geht in diesem Forumsbereich auch nicht um deutsche Sender und nicht ausschliesslich um in Deutschland empfangbare Sender.

    CableDX
     
  5. re_cgn

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    Wobei allerdings laut Beschreibung des Forums das Hauptaugenmerk eben auf die Sender von nebenan gelegt wird: "Das Forum zu Programm und Empfang von TV- und Radiosendern aus dem Ausland. Wie empfängt man Sender von nebenan? Wie komme ich an ein Abo? Welche Programmhighlights gibt es dort? Hier ist das richtige Forum für diese und weitere Fragen.
     

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