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August 07, 2006

Good news, bad news from Cycling.TV on Vuelta

So there's a bit of good news from Cycling.TV. In an e-mail to its premium subscribers, the web-only streaming network confirms that it has web rights to the Vuelta a España,, running August 26th through September 17th and will broadcast it live outside of Europe and Japan.

The accompanying bad news: It's an additional 19.99 euros on top of their annual 19.99 subscription.

Posted by Frank Steele on August 7, 2006 in Television, Vuelta a España | Permalink


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