WEG Live Streaming Available on FEI TV in Most of World, UniversalSports.com in USA, Details for Europe Still Being Worked Out
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Live streaming over the Internet of competitions–including all of dressage–at the World Equestrian Equestrian Games that open in Kentucky Saturday night for a 16-day run will be available in most of the world, though details for Europe are still being worked out.
UniversalSports.com offers 65 hours of live streaming with full replays available as video on demand thereafter.
One time purchase price of the full package is US$29.99. The link to order: http://www.universalsports.com/premium/?systemId=aaafe019-fb67-407b-ab64-91276ca8d2ed&playerContextId=4838d71b-312d-481f-85a3-9e819fbf5b75
FEI TV, the subscription service operated by the International Equestrian Federation, announced the live streaming schedule Wednesday. Complete details are available at http://www.feitv.org/page/Live/0,,12664,00.html. A monthly subscription is US$34.99, a day pass $12.99 or an annual subscription $79.99.
Dressage competition begins at 8:34 a.m. US ET (1434 CEST) Monday with two days of Grand Prix team and individual competition, the Grand Prix Special on Wednesday and the Grand Prix Freestyle on Friday night under lights.
In addition to live coverage, FEI TV will make available all WEG content/competitons as video on demand (VOD). VOD coverage will be available as soon as technically possible after completion of the specific event.
FEI TV will also offer a daily 30-minute VOD highlight show from Kentucky.
The VOD programming is available worldwide.