af2tv turned on for 2006 playoff push
July 20, 2006 - arenafootball2 (af2) News Release
CHICAGO - The arenafootball2 league (af2) is pleased to announce that af2tv, a new element on af2.com, has been turned on to provide fans an opportunity to view a select number of games online. The broadcasts will begin this Saturday night and feature two important American Conference matchups - Manchester (7-7) at Albany (5-9) and Louisville (9-5) at Florida (11-3). Both contests will be made available for FREE.
To tune into the action, fans can log on to www.af2.com and click on the special af2tv advertisement, which is located at the top right-hand corner of the page.
The Manchester at Albany affair will air at or around the scheduled kickoff time of 7:00 PM ET. Louisville at Florida will begin at approximately 7:30 PM ET.
"We're excited to bring this new website addition to our fans," af2 President Jerry Kurz said. "Thanks to the efforts of XOS Technologies and our participating teams, people from all over the country and beyond can tune in to watch these great games as a special prelude to the upcoming 2006 playoffs."
The league is planning on offering one or two more games on af2tv for FREE in Week 18 (July 28-29). A select number of playoff games will also be available on a pay-per-view basis.
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