- So it's a pay-per-veiw thing?
>From: James Eckman <ronin_engineer@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [SCA-JML] Re: Sumo
>Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 06:55:27 -0800
>TV Japan shows sumo and I think Dish satellite carries it as well as
>some cable companies. It's not cheap though!
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- --- In email@example.com, "Zach Schneider" <Atomicius@h...> wrote:
> So it's a pay-per-veiw thing?For Dish Network, TVJapan is an optional $25/month channel which
carries news, sports, drama, ... I do not subscribe so cannot comment
on the content.
- I have seen in the past sumo on ESPN2. I don't know what time of year
they show it but they seem to show highlights and specific matches in
the major tourneys. I'm not too familiar with the structor of sumo in
japan but it seems every time I've seen it that it was a
major "championship". They may not show sumo anymore but they did as
of a couple of years ago.
Urufu Shinjiro Tenzo
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> --- In email@example.com, "Zach Schneider" <Atomicius@h...>wrote:
> > So it's a pay-per-veiw thing?comment
> > Yoshida
> For Dish Network, TVJapan is an optional $25/month channel which
> carries news, sports, drama, ... I do not subscribe so cannot
> on the content.http://www.dishnetwork.com/content/programming/international/a_la_cart
- From: "Zach Schneider" <Atomicius@...>
>So it's a pay-per-veiw thing?No, it's part of the normal TV JAPAN coverage, including the Taiga
dramas and the like, it's just like $20-30 a month for one channel. Yes,
I have it ;)