IRB-International Rugby Board
NBC-USA TV Channel
Ok, NBC you screened a few of the games and the coverage was excellant, then you moved the BIG games to pay per view ? Greedy cats.
I accept although Rugby is growing in the USA,it is not your National Sport ,but then neither is bass fishing or gymnastics.
I mean, do we pay to see the Olympics or the Superbowl?
It is a Rugby World Cup compromising 18 countries (incl USA Eagles) with 44 games spanning 4 weeks. The final is sometime this week and my home country is poised to win
So, NBC, no bouquets for you !!
by theirishobserver. 7 years ago
Rugby World Cup: Ireland: Full-time: Ire 22 USA 10: And there you have it. Ireland fails to hit the ground running in this World Cup and plod their way through an uninspiring contest. The performance certainly leaves Kidney and his management team with more questions than answers.
by hakamike 7 years ago
http://hakamike.hubpages.com/hub/The-Ru … d-Cup-2011Please take a look and let me know what you think.
by SammyDrago 7 years ago
Having just looked at the initial sqaud, who do you think has been missed off the list and who do you think shouldn't be there?
by Eaglekiwi 7 years ago
Im so happy so happy ,so very very happy Out of 18 countries and 44 games ,lil old NZ takes the Final.Happy for those guys
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NBC_NewsThis is really hard to believe. A major news network would do something like this? Does anyone know if it's true that NBC did this?
by Steven Escareno 17 months ago
in the latest edition of entertainment weekly, nbc has just picked up the pilot of WB's planned Wonder Woman live action tv show reboot. Therefore, you can expect a live action tv series of Wonder Woman coming soon. what are your thoughts on this?
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