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Replying To GreenandRed:  "Can counties livestream games that will be broadcast live on RTE, TG4, Sky, Eir, GAA go or will GAA prevent that? Could be a nice earner for county boards and good for GAA people outside of Ireland."
I would like to see the Kerry V Galway match, it is only on Eirsports though.

galwayford (Galway) - Posts: 2276 - 28/04/2021 17:32:17    2339163

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Replying To galwayford:  "Carlow are rubbish at Gaelic football and hurling. They need promotion in that county if you ask me. LOL"
Carlow drew with Galway in hurling league two years ago and then lost by a few points in Championship up in Salthill.

So if we are rubbish then ?

carlovia (None) - Posts: 1346 - 28/04/2021 18:39:26    2339171

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Replying To GreenandRed:  "Can counties livestream games that will be broadcast live on RTE, TG4, Sky, Eir, GAA go or will GAA prevent that? Could be a nice earner for county boards and good for GAA people outside of Ireland."
Counties can't broadcast games that are being shown on other media. All media rights to show GAA games are controlled and negotiated by the GAA, and are usually exclusive.. That said, if a game is not been covered by TV, Sky, etc. There could be a chance, with permission from the GAA, that a county could stream it, as long as it wasn't been shown at the same time as live TV games.

Cockney_Cat (UK) - Posts: 1500 - 28/04/2021 19:16:29    2339176

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Replying To carlovia:  "It's a great idea. I'm just hoping that all the league games will be available to watch on some platform.

Having the club games to watch last year kept a lot of people going and hopefully every county's games will be available this season."
If games are not been shown live by National Broadcaster then you can view online for a fiver (all league games)

seadog54 (Meath) - Posts: 1682 - 28/04/2021 19:46:35    2339190

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Replying To seadog54:  "If games are not been shown live by National Broadcaster then you can view online for a fiver (all league games)"
Cheers for that.

Great to see the matches and will keep me going till vaccine day !

carlovia (None) - Posts: 1346 - 29/04/2021 08:07:10    2339253

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Replying To seadog54:  "If games are not been shown live by National Broadcaster then you can view online for a fiver (all league games)"
Great news. i thought there was an issue with that because of broadcast rights. hope u are right. GAA Go i Presume?

Mayonman (Galway) - Posts: 1446 - 30/04/2021 10:07:40    2339474

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anyone noticed how poor the sound quality is on rte's gaa podcast? practically unlistenable.

OGarmaile (Tyrone) - Posts: 245 - 30/04/2021 10:43:48    2339480

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Replying To OGarmaile:  "anyone noticed how poor the sound quality is on rte's gaa podcast? practically unlistenable."
RTE is practically unlistenable at any time when GAA coverage is on no mater what it is on

the creeler (Cavan) - Posts: 512 - 30/04/2021 10:57:21    2339481

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Replying To OGarmaile:  "anyone noticed how poor the sound quality is on rte's gaa podcast? practically unlistenable."
True, some other pods are same like GAA Hour. Sound can be fairly low particularly when they're talking to someone over the phone or zoom-type of chat. I think it was better when they had a few people chatting together in the same studio. It looks like different podcasts and different podcast apps have better quality sound, I need to stick a speaker on the phone to hear some!

GreenandRed (Mayo) - Posts: 6284 - 30/04/2021 11:26:29    2339486

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