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SOCCER ON THE BOX: US WORLD CUP TV SCHEDULE

June 29, 2010

SOCCER ON THE BOX: US WORLD CUP TV SCHEDULE

RE-AIRS

ESPN Classic will re-air all 64 matches between 6pm and midnight ET and ESPN and ESPN2 will air the best match of the day on select evenings. Spanish-language Univision family of Networks will re-air matches on Telefutura and Galavision in the evening.

ONLINE /MOBILE OPTIONS

ONLINE: All matches will be available online by ABC/ESPN at ESPN3 and by Univision at futbol.univision.com.

MOBILE: Most matches will be available on ESPN Mobile TV on many mobile carriers.

2010 WORLD CUP TV SCHEDULE (US)

Schedule by Date

All Listed Times are KICKOFF TIMES

All Times are Eastern

QUARTERFINALS

Friday, July 2

10:00am ESPN – Netherlands v Brazil (Match 57) Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

2:30pm ESPN – Uruguay v Ghana (Match 58) Soccer City Stadium

Saturday July 3

10:00am ABC – Argentina v Germany (Match 59) Cape Town Stadium

2:30pm ABC – Paraguay v Spain (Match 60) Ellis Park

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WORLD CUP TV RATINGS, WEB TRAFFIC CONTINUE TO IMPRESS

June 25, 2010

WORLD CUP TV RATINGS, WEB TRAFFIC CONTINUE TO IMPRESS

TV numbers in the United States continue to be massive for the World Cup broadcasts on ESPN, ABC and Univision, as well as on the internet.

The United States last minute win over Algeria on Wednesday was viewed by an average of 6.12 million people on ESPN. That is the largest ever audience for a soccer match on the ESPN networks. Combined with the Spanish language numbers from Univision it hits 8.32 million.

Through Wednesday, Univision is averaging 1.98 million viewers a game, up 6 percent from 2006.

Thursday’s Mexico-France game was the Spanish-language network’s most-watched match, with 5.8 million viewers.

5.2 million viewers saw ESPN’s broadcast of the United States-Slovenia game on Friday and the United States-England game June 12 drew 12.9 million viewers on ABC.

The numbers through Wednesday are impressive. 2.6 million viewers on average per game saw the World Cup on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC, up from 1.8 million for the 2006 edition of the tournament in Germany.

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HUGE US TV RATINGS FOR WORLD CUP BROADCASTS

June 15, 2010

HUGE US TV RATINGS FOR WORLD CUP BROADCASTS

Saturdays much hyped World Cup battle between US and England drew the fifth-best rating ever for a World Cup game in the United States, falling behind the 1994 Brazil-Italy Final, the 1994 Brazil-U.S. game and the 2006 Italy-France final and the 1994 Romania-U.S. game.

The match drew higher numbers than all of the Stanley Cup Finals Games, including the impressive Game 6 numbers, which had 8.3 million viewers, the highest in the NHL for 36 years.

Combined with Spanish language Univision’s telecast numbers, the match reaches 17 million, according to Sports Media Watch, and thereby had a large audience than the first four games of the NBA Finals.

The South Africa-Mexico opening game had an audience of 5.3 million on Univision alone, making it the most watched soccer game ever on Univision.

Through the first five matches of the 2010 World Cup, ESPN and ABC averaged 3,427,000 households and 4,937,000 viewers — up 95% and 108% from the 2006 tournament numbers.

ESPN3’s numbers are also astonishing, the broadband network had 73.6 million minutes generated on the site in the tournaments first three days, more than the entire month of June 2009.

ESPN ADVERT: 2010 WORLD CUP: GLORY (ENGLAND v UNITED STATES)

June 1, 2010

ESPN ADVERT: 2010 WORLD CUP: GLORY (ENGLAND v UNITED STATES)