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Three Audio Options For The Tri-Nations Rugby

Sky Television Provides Three Audio Options For The Tri-Nations Rugby

SKY Television's Rugby Channel will make available to viewers three different audio options during the LIVE All Blacks Tri-Nations games which kick-off this weekend against the Springboks - Sunday, July 20 from 1am.

Rugby Channel subscribers will have three audio channels to choose from during every All Blacks Tri-Nations match. On Audio 1 they will be able to hear the SKY Sport Commentary, on Audio 2, the South African Host Broadcaster Commentary, and on Audio 3 the 'Referee Only'.

The same options will apply for the forthcoming game against Australia on Saturday, July 26 from 8:55pm, but Audio 2 will be the Australian Host Broadcaster Commentary Team.

The 'Referee Only' audio option creates an on-field atmosphere because only the game's referees, touch-judges, players and crowd can be heard.

For the viewer to select their preferred option, they simply need to switch to the Rugby Channel (Digital 15), press the '+' (plus) button on their SKY Digital remote, use the scroll keys to highlight the audio option and then press the 'select' button.

The Tri-Nations games will also screen on SKY Sport 1 with Grant Nisbett, Murray Mexted and Ian Smith providing SKY's commentary.

See all the LIVE Tri-Nations action in widescreen and with the audio option of your choice on SKY Television's Rugby Channel starting this weekend Sunday, July 20 from 1am.


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