Yes, I had the same reservations on this.I always assumed that once Trevor East was appointed a Director we would be looking to use his expertise and contacts to try and develop new income streams in this field.
Hopefully it will bring in a few bob each year, which will eventually help the team. The one observation I would have is that now I am paying £45 for content which was once mostly free, my expectations of that content are a bit higher. For example, I hope we can get access to replays say the next day, as well as all the behind scenes material.
I would also like to say that I am enjoying the weekly podcasts they are a great (and free of charge) addition.
As the implication from the website is that UK subscribers get audio only. They responded very quickly.I was wondering why UK subscribers could not get the TV pre- and post-game shows live on a video feed, with the connection switched to audio only at 15:00.
Which makes the subscription for UK residents a better bet than iFollowThis is very much the plan, and will be the case for next Saturday’s game with Gillingham, although there is no pre-game shows for away games currently, this is something we are looking at for a little later this season.
It's nice being able to cast the commentary to the TV. I hope after the pre-match shows they are able to leave some on screen graphics showing the score/scorers etc during the gameToday I asked Argyle TV.
As the implication from the website is that UK subscribers get audio only. They responded very quickly.
Which makes the subscription for UK residents a better bet than iFollow
When you watch the extended highlights it is someone else commentating that has no emotional attachment to Argyle & is just doing their job
Watching & listening to Argyle TV the total devotion is obvious- when i tune in to the audio to listen to the game i feel i am sat in the crowd watching the team
The love & care shown means a lot to exiles like me that just want to feel connected to the team i love