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BT Group and ESPN announced in February an agreement for BT to acquire ESPN’s UK and Ireland TV channels business.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR MY SUBSCRIPTION?
WHERE CAN I WATCH THE SPORTS (e.g. MLB, NFL, NCAA) AND PROGRAMMES (DOCUMENTARIES OR CLASSIC SPORTS) WHEN THEY GO OFF THE AIR?
WHAT WILL ESPN BE DOING IN THE FUTURE IN EUROPE?
BT Group and ESPN announced in February that they have agreed BT will acquire ESPN’s UK and Ireland TV channels business (pending regulatory approval). These primarily comprise the ESPN and ESPN America channels and their live sports rights portfolio, including the FA Cup, Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League, UEFA Europa League, and the German Bundesliga.
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We do apologise for the apparent late change to the schedule.
ESPN America does its very best to provide sports fans with a first-rate television service. Unfortunately, due to the nature of live sport events ESPN America has to prioritize content such as live events and show what would appeal to the majority of viewers, which sometimes interrupts published schedules.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused to you and hope that this clarifies the situation for you. We can assure you that we do everything in our power to minimise any interruptions and keep to our published schedules.
Because of sports rights clearances, not all footage that appears in a programme can be shown in all territories. At times, this means that specific pieces of footage, segments or parts of a programme will not be seen in some territories due to rights restrictions.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused to you and hope that this clarifies the situation for you. We can assure you that we do everything in our power to minimise any editing to our programmes.
We have had to make changes to some programming on ESPN America in the UK & Ireland, Nordic & Baltic countries, and Russia, due to some footage rights restrictions for content included in those programmes. We are in discussions about these rights and will update fans as soon as there are further developments. ESPN and ESPN America networks in all other countries – more than 40 throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa – are unaffected.
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