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June 17, 2009

Subscriptions start again at Setanta


by David Allen

The money could be trickling into the Setanta bank accounts once more as the troubled satellite sports broadcaster starts taking subscriptions again.

A couple of days ago the subscription pages on the Setanta website were down due to technical issues, but as time goes on and as there seems to be more interest in the satellite broadcaster from interested buyers, it looks like the death of Setanta has been averted.

With several potential buyers dipping their toes in the Setanta water, it would seem that a rescue plan could save the channel, but what shape the broadcaster is going to be in when that finally happens is anyone’s guess.

Already the Premier League is threatening to sell Setanta’s matches to another broadcaster, and without those matches the company loses valuable revenues and could lose value.

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