BERMUDA CABLEVISION OFFERS FREE PREVIEW OF NEW CHANNEL NFL REDZONE AND NFL SUNDAY TICKET

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

As the U.S. NFL football season kicks off this Sunday, September 8, Bermuda CableVision is launching NFL RedZone, and offering all customers a one-day free preview of this new addition to its Pay-Per-View line-up, along with NFL Sunday Ticket, back for another season.

NFL RedZone, on CableVision’s Channel 554, is produced by NFL Network, and hosted by the network’s own Scott Hanson. The fast-paced format features non-stop action as Hanson, based in the network’s new, state-of-the-art studio at NFL headquarters in Los Angeles, transports viewers from game to game on Sunday afternoons, giving them live look-ins on touchdowns, highlights and other important plays as they happen. Every time a team goes inside the 20-yard line, NFL RedZone takes fans there, in real-time. In addition, the network offers up-to-the-minute fantasy stats, extended highlights and more.

NFL Sunday Ticket, on Channels 555 – 570, is also part of this Sunday’s Free Preview. Back once again by popular demand, the seasonal pay-per-view package returns September 8, and will continue broadcasting throughout the season, true to its motto of “Every Game, Every Sunday.” Fans can follow their favourite teams no matter where they are playing, and receive real-time statistics and scores, along with other highlights.

“Sunday will be an exciting day for U.S. football fans here in Bermuda,” says Terry Roberson, general Manager of Bermuda CableVision. “Not only is it the start of the season, it’s also launch day for NFL RedZone on our line-up, and it’s a day when our customers can watch RedZone and NFL Sunday Ticket for free. We trust fans and even newcomers to the sport will enjoy the day.”

Both packages run throughout the season, from September 8 through December 29th. The per-season rates are: NFL RedZone: $49; and NFL Sunday Ticket $300.

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