FEI TV “Revamped for New Era”–Lots of Jumping, Eventing But No Dressage Listed In Next Several Weeks
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May 3, 2017
The International Equestrian Federation announced Wednesday what it described as “revamped for a new era” FEI TV in a partnership with a European provider of sports and entertainment internet television.
The FEI said it was re-launching the streaming of online and via the FEI TV app with a “brand new look and improved functionalities” including the ability to re-play all content.
The FEI listed numerous live Nations Cup jumping events around the world and eventing competitions including complete eventing dressage over the next several weeks.
No dressage events were mentioned, including the CDIO5* Nations Cup in Compiègne, France kicking off the six-event European lineup of the official FEI series.
FEI TV is a subscription service that continues to charge significantly more to viewers in the United States than in Europe–$79.99 per year or $14.99 monthly in the U.S. compared with €59.99 (US$65.44) for annual subscription and €11.99 (US$13.08) monthly in Europe.