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“Everyone needs to be aware that the streaming strategy changes at the end of the 2023/24 season, Sky Sports will have a red button version of that. We will not be able to stream games domestically via Wanderers TV

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2 minutes ago, waffer cup 07 said:

So basically your paing for live Wanderers games on Wanderers TV for 12 months, till Sky stop it.???

It’s a really mixed message article. Also seems odd to do it for 1 season. He suggests match pass domestically will be ready for Lincoln at home which is Sat 3pm. 

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44 minutes ago, gonzo said:

Presume this ends the dodgy stream option?

Doubt it 

Someone somewhere still be streaming it for the providers to latch on to  

I presume that away fans won't have to subscribe via Wanderers TV to watch their team at our place 

Likewise we should be able to get streams of our away games via the home teams ifollow I would've thought 

Remains to be seen I guess but would be surprised if we can't get any game on IPTV next season

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If you pay the £140 where do you watch it? On an app on your phone? Or on SKY?

And is that for home games only? Or away games only? Or all games?

I'm sure the dodgy firestick will have it covered but I don't understand what the proposition is. Assume it will be filmed for the EFL show won't it?

I still don't get it.

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18 minutes ago, Wanderlust said:

If you pay the £140 where do you watch it? On an app on your phone? Or on SKY?

And is that for home games only? Or away games only? Or all games?

I'm sure the dodgy firestick will have it covered but I don't understand what the proposition is. Assume it will be filmed for the EFL show won't it?

I still don't get it.

Nor do I, most confusing thing I've ever read.

I'm not bothered about seeing behind the scenes interviews and all that shite, I just want to watch away games like I did on I Follow.

So can I do that if I pay £190. At a tenner a league game I Follow cost me £230 last season plus some cup games.

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Ifollow didn't give a shiny shit if you were using a VPN to get around the rules.

They literally replied to an enquiry I had all but saying that.

Shazza needs to come out and let us know if that's still the case.

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33 minutes ago, Wanderlust said:

If you pay the £140 where do you watch it? On an app on your phone? Or on SKY?

And is that for home games only? Or away games only? Or all games?

I'm sure the dodgy firestick will have it covered but I don't understand what the proposition is. Assume it will be filmed for the EFL show won't it?

I still don't get it.

The £140 is for every match live but it's only for people based overseas (either geographically or technologically)

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Back in the day I would buy, read and watch absolutely anything that had any references to BWFC. The days of buying football mags and recording Granada Reports for a 10 second clip of one of our games have drifted away with the years. Behind the scenes access doesn't seduce me like it would have done in the past. I'm  not knocking WTV but I don't think I'll be subscribing to it.

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Im not checking but hart says something like this

You will be able to see interviews with sharon, ian and me

Why the fuck would i want to hear owt from you, let alone pay for it

Monkeys, organ grinders

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1 hour ago, Underpants said:

Back in the day I would buy, read and watch absolutely anything that had any references to BWFC. The days of buying football mags and recording Granada Reports for a 10 second clip of one of our games have drifted away with the years. Behind the scenes access doesn't seduce me like it would have done in the past. I'm  not knocking WTV but I don't think I'll be subscribing to it.

Aye 

I don't watch anything on YouTube bar highlights 

I've zero interest with any interviews with anyone, behind the scenes at lostock or anything like that 

Not sure when I lost interest but it was probably around the same time I asked my mum to stop buying me Wanderers calendars for Christmas

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7 hours ago, Lt. Aldo Raine said:

The £140 is for every match live but it's only for people based overseas (either geographically or technologically)

Will that negate the pay per game ? Subscription via vpn or nothing except , sky/nowtv ?  The old man is infirm .

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9 hours ago, Lt. Aldo Raine said:

The £140 is for every match live but it's only for people based overseas (either geographically or technologically)

See this is how I suspect it is. What Neil said seems to cloud this.

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6 hours ago, Zico said:

Aye 

I don't watch anything on YouTube bar highlights 

I've zero interest with any interviews with anyone, behind the scenes at lostock or anything like that 

Not sure when I lost interest but it was probably around the same time I asked my mum to stop buying me Wanderers calendars for Christmas

I’m with you on the behind the scenes stuff. But I still ask for wanderers calendars from my mum (we know it’s Father Christmas really though)

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8 hours ago, Wanderlust said:

I imagine the target audience for Wanderers TV isn't necessarily grumpy old men :)

Aye, your right. I don't know if they still do it but didn't the BN have a subscription fee for inside info and interviews? The problem with that BN carrot, and the WTV access all areas thing, is that in today's world anything worth knowing about will be out there for the masses to view or read within minutes of it being said on any subscription platform. 

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16 hours ago, Underpants said:

Back in the day I would buy, read and watch absolutely anything that had any references to BWFC. The days of buying football mags and recording Granada Reports for a 10 second clip of one of our games have drifted away with the years. Behind the scenes access doesn't seduce me like it would have done in the past. I'm  not knocking WTV but I don't think I'll be subscribing to it.

Me too.  I feel like my interest was spiked by the inaccessibility of the club/players.  Seeking out TV clips at 10.35pm was part of the fun.  So every BEN/Pink article/programme/fanzine was devoured and if we ever made it into a national paper it was a must-buy.  My step daughter is obsessed with all the behind the scenes stuff and wants to know if I saw the interview with IE or such a player - I have no interest, I like watching them play football, that's as far as it goes.  I wonder how different my formative Wanderers years would have been if it had been in this era, no anticipation of buying the BEN on the way home or listening to local news reports for transfer/injury updates or Phil Neal/Tony Philliskirk interviews 😄

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