Discussion in 'Philadelphia Wings Forum' started by Hollywood42, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    97728B4A-5F8F-42BC-AA9E-1D30184A5E59.jpeg In a comment on Facebook, pretty solid indication they will be on television locally, the question is will road games
  2. wingsfan20

    wingsfan20 Guest

    Assuming it will be only home games and on NBC Sports Philadelphia, with Comcast being the owner of the team and network. Still great though! Hopefully we will see more advertising for the broadcasts during Sixers and Flyers games than in the past.
  3. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    NBCsportsnet? Gotta be live though, no.Tues replays.
  4. jstraw80

    jstraw80 Active Member

    Doesn't TV mean less tickets sold though?
  5. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    It would be a good idea to show and replay the first couple of games, just as advertising.
  6. dougm

    dougm Well-Known Member

    i would rather see road games on tv. i am at the arena for the home games.
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  7. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    When do you ever see flyers and sixers games shown after they play? Outside of 2am after the same night it aired live

    They are owned by money they won’t pull that tape delay crap
  8. WingsNut423566

    WingsNut423566 Well-Known Member

    The x1 platform usually allows a user to view the replay at anytime the user wants for a week or more.
  9. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    People know who the Flyers and Sixers are. Games.definitely need to be showive, bit show them again so that have another chance to click through and notice
  10. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    This. It's a good way to capture someone who's just flipping through the channels, sees a novelty sport like lacrosse, thinks to themselves 'hmm, what's this? Hmm, lacrosse. I'll watch for a moment.' Even if the person changes the channel a few minutes later you've given them some exposure to the sport, something that most of the casual audience they're marketing towards doesn't have.
  11. jstraw80

    jstraw80 Active Member

    Hasn't this been done sooooo many other times to no avail?
  12. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    It will be different if Comcast pimps them, as they are part of the collective now.
  13. I hope it is on NBC Sports Philly & not the NBC Sports Philly+ station. In the Lehigh Valley only one cable company offers it, and their poor internet service keeps me from going back to them.
  14. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    I would imagine home games if the sixers aren’t on the road would be on the regular station and assume road games would be on plus
    If they do go that route

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