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MLS: Shootout package now available on cable
April 30th, 2002 7:27PM
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The MLS Shooutout package, which gives fans access to regional telecasts of MLS games, is now available through cable pay-per-view provider iN DEMAND. Previously in 2002, only small-dish owners -- DishNetwork and DirectTV -- had access to $49 (suggested retail price) package. Using the coming weekend as an example, Shootout Package buyers can see three MLS games -- Kansas City-Los Angeles, D.C. United-Chicago and MetroStars-Dallas -- in addition to the nationally televised San Jose-Columbus match (ESPN2). MLS Shootout Package options (All costs listed are suggested retail price): iN DEMAND Where available, includes every MLS regional broadcast (regardless of the originating network). 1-888-SPORTS-iN, online at http://www.indemand.com cost (residential): $49. Cost (commercial): $150, $300. DIRECTV Includes all regional broadcasts on major regional networks (FOX Sports Net, MSG, Comcast,) 1-800-DIRECTV, online at http://www.DIRECTV.com Cost (residential): $49.00. Cost (commercial): $150, $300. DISH Network Includes all Saturday regional broadcasts (regardless of the originating network). 1-800-333 DISH, online at http://www.DISHNET.com cost (residential): $49.00. Cost (commercial): $150, $300. DISH Commercial Sales: (800-454-0843).


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