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Post by Panthers14 » Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:54 pm

Any and all information is welcome. Does anybody know of any television and / or network schedules for the NISL, XSL, or Pasl - Pro? To my knowledge, none of these indoor leagues have a national network and only a few teams have regional television broadcast. Besides the XSL offering online paid telecast, are we all out of hope for this season and the foreseeable future? If so, I propose that all fans join together here to trade games on VHS until these leagues realize that they need some other form of exposure. Thanks!!!

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Post by mpserber » Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:38 pm

On the PASL-Pro website there is a section on the left that says "Youtube PASL". There you can find PASL Pro footage. Also Detroit Waza puts its games up on youtube. Go to youtube and type Waza TV in the search engine. Only a few games are up now, but all games have been filmed and Waza are working on putting more games up on the site.

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Post by D.Skype » Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:28 am

It really was.... its not a HUGE show, or anything, but there were some NICE rides... this show is all about QUALITY, and not quanity

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Post by grimreaper » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:25 pm

In San Diego, the Sockers games are shown on channel 4, these games are not live but replays and short in length (I believe an hour long)......

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Post by Sockersfan » Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:58 am

U are right grimreaper. The games are shortend to one hour in San Diego on channel 4.

Also for all the away games San Diego plays, 619 sports calls the games online and they do have video to watch the Sockers as well. The webcam shows part of the field. They can't move it during action so they point the webcam towards to goal we are shooting at and it is pretty neat. It is better than not watching anything at all. Plus there is a live chat at the same time that a lot of us Sockers fan chat back and forth thru out the game. Pretty fun. Also the announcer, Craig says they are trying new things out to actually improve the video footage so there may be more cameras to get more coverage. He said to look for that at future games.

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