VietNamNet Bridge – The third Ha Noi Premier League is scheduled to kick off September 6 with the participation of 12 of the best amateur football teams from the city and northern provinces. The Ha Noi Premier League will start in September The event's organisers announced the date at a press conference held yesterday (August 19) in Ha Noi. It is widely considered the most professional amateur football event in the northern region. Teams will play in a round robin format. The winner will receive an award of VND30million (US$1,400). "I hope the tournament will grow to encompass the whole country," said Nguyen Xuan Gu, deputy chairman of the Viet Nam Football Federation. VNS … [Read more...] about Hanoi Premier League to kick off
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VietNamNet Bridge - The meeting on the broadcasting right of the Premier League, held by the Association of Vietnamese Paid-TV Service Providers, found a new direction. Accordingly, the service providers have accepted to sit together to find a common voice. Do not buy at any price … [Read more...] about Premier League TV rights: VTV agrees to cooperate with other broadcasters
The Vietnam Pay Television Association (VN Pay TA), in the afternoon October 16, gathered to discuss the Premier League broadcasting rights for 3 seasons (2013-2016), hoping to find an acceptable deal. … [Read more...] about Premier League broadcasting rights in Vietnam: USD30 million for 3 seasons?
The global economic recession will not unduly impact bilateral ties with Vietnam, because the UK is focused on the nation's long-term potentials, says British Ambassador Mark Kent. Back in London as he nears one year as ambassador in Vietnam, Mark Kent had British envoys from other countries tell him: "You can't do that in one year." They were referring to many high-level bilateral visits which have taken place between the two countries this year. "I only realized how much has been done when I was back. Some of them [other British ambassadors] have had a year of no ministerial visits," Kent said in an exclusive interview with Thanh Nien Daily. In March, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung paid his first-ever visit to the UK where he and his British counterpart Gordon Brown agreed to work together on five priority areas: trade and investment; development; international issues including climate change; education; and tackling illegal migration and organized crime. Six months … [Read more...] about Vietnam is now in the Premier League: UK envoy
The Ministry of Information and Communications met companies related to the broadcast right of some elite European football events last week to find out a solution for this case. After the meeting, Deputy Minister Do Quy Dan announced that related sides agreed to add channels provided by K+ into other paid TV systems in Vietnam, including the Hanoi Cable Television (HCTV) and HCM City Cable Television (SCTV). Related sides will negotiate the charges reasonably but not violate regulations on copyright that K+ signed with its partner. "We assigned Viet Nam Television (VTV) to hold discussions and negotiations with other TV stations regarding football broadcasts. The television stations should negotiate with bidders based on reasonable subscriber costs, which provide the best service to the masses," said Doan. "K+ should share the English Premier League broadcast with other stations. Provisionally, K+ will provide other stations with payment subscriptions, which includes the … [Read more...] about K must share broadcast right of English Premier League