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    Quote Originally Posted by SubRosa View Post
    Skate Canada announcement here:

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    A big 'Thank you' from me, Skate Canada!, whom not so often I might/would thank.
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    A thank you for what? They've just sent the highest placed finishers from Nats. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    A thank you for what? They've just sent the highest placed finishers from Nats. :P
    It's just that I am a fan of both skaters and rooting for them, so that I am so happy to see them at 4CC next month in our country!
    Feds in N America sometimes do not send their 3 highest placed finishers to 4CCs when scheduled in Asian countries, especially in the Olympic season, due to time difference you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee1 View Post
    I am so happy to see them at 4CC next month in our country!
    ...okay, I've just checked TV schedule and found out that none of TVs here plan to broadcast the comp live...
    What's the point JSF pays $$$$$ to host an ISU Championships and never to broadcast it live?

    I live in a country where an ISU Champoinships is soon to be held and can't watch it on TV live. Why am I paying 2,400.00yen (about 20.00euros) to J-Sports every month??? & Even worse is that I can actually watch the Euros and US Nats LIVE thru J-Sports this weekend...

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee1 View Post
    It's just that I am a fan of both skaters and rooting for them, so that I am so happy to see them at 4CC next month in our country!
    Feds in N America sometimes do not send their 3 highest placed finishers to 4CCs when scheduled in Asian countries, especially in the Olympic season, due to time difference you know.
    And they didn't. They sent the 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedee1 View Post
    ...okay, I've just checked TV schedule and found out that none of TVs here plan to broadcast the comp live...
    What's the point JSF pays $$$$$ to host an ISU Championships and never to broadcast it live?

    I live in a country where an ISU Champoinships is soon to be held and can't watch it on TV live. Why am I paying 2,400.00yen (about 20.00euros) to J-Sports every month??? & Even worse is that I can actually watch the Euros and US Nats LIVE thru J-Sports this weekend...
    What do you mean by "why"? As if you don't know that TV broadcast rights for 4CC belong to Fuji TV a.k.a. Fluff TV, the worst TV channel for sport events. Unlike JSport, Fuji have no idea what the word "sport" stands for. For them it's just bangumi, one of many. Moreover, if you got the TV guide for Sky Perfect TV to your address (not available online yet), you can see that one of Fuji sky channels is launching a bunch of progs "Hanyu from the age of 10 to 17" where they will show JN of those years where actually other skaters took part as well (Dai, Mura), not Hanyu only. But somehow Fuji TV picked up YH for the title. I am actually a little disappointed that Chan is not coming to 4CC. Without his presence, and especially if Ashley chooses not to come too, Fluff TV will be all over Mao and Hanyu mixed with TV commercials of frozen karaage. They obviously think that fs audience in Japan are some lazy housewives who, instead of cooking healthy food for their kids, are stucked in front of TV watching fs and whining "why my baby is not as skinny as Yuzu and not as kawai as Mao" .


    It's just twitter rumours but there's talk that Eurosport might show 4CC live and in full. If it's true (I honesty don't really believe), then you can always watch Eurosport via TVteka online. Russians never broadcast 4CC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by let`s talk View Post
    What do you mean by "why"? As if you don't know that TV broadcast rights for 4CC belong to Fuji TV
    Yeah you are right. I have forgotten J-Sports deos not have the rights for 4CC... Since 4CC is in Osaka this year, I thought/misunderstood we can watch the whole comp throughout live on TV; just like NHK Trophy every season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    And they didn't. They sent the 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

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    I have never watched any skating competition live -- I always look up my favorite entries on Youtube. But it would be nice if live broadcast is available.

    Just a few more days till 4CC -- I'm excited to watch the Japanese men!

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    It's really surprising but true, Eurosport will broadcast the competition! I just checked their programme for Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bea View Post
    It's really surprising but true, Eurosport will broadcast the competition! I just checked their programme for Friday.
    Aaaarrggghhh we don't have Eurosport 2 here, only Eurosport. :( 4CC will only be broadcast in Eurosport 2. I'll just have to rely on Youtube then for the individual performances.

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    I always check the tv programme for figure skating and was so surprised to see Eurosport! broadcasting 4CC in two weeks. This is just amazing and I'm so happy about this. Wonderful, this almost wipes out their disastrous broadcast of 2012 Worlds. So happy. I'm happy I live in Europe and don't have to watch figure skating on Fuji TV.
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    Eurosport 2 is only showing:

    Friday
    - Pairs SP
    - Men SP and Ice Dance SD taped, only short parts (not sure if SD will be shown at all)

    Saturday
    - Men FS live but no Ladies SP

    Sunday
    - Ladies FS live
    - Pairs SP taped (very short broadcast, probably final group only)
    - no Free Dance at all :(

    Crap schedule.

    Is there a way to watch Fuji TV outside of Japan? What is their schedule like?

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    Will this be available on IceNetwork for those of us in the US? I seem to remember them offering a Worlds/4CC combo last year but there is no mention on their site that i can find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Is there a way to watch Fuji TV outside of Japan? What is their schedule like?
    Fuji is available only on KeyHole but they won't bother much with live broadcast either:

    Feb 8 Men SP: 7:57pm- 10:52pm
    Feb 9 Ladies SP and Men FP: 7:57pm-11:10pm (lol, how they are going to jam them all)
    Feb 10 Ladies FP 7:00pm-9:30pm

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