Bill Ault Posted March 1, 2006 Share Posted March 1, 2006 [March 1st, 2006] Canada’s International friendly will be web cast today from Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna thanks to a last minute deal between CanadaKicks, Storm Internet Services and hm newsgroup in Vienna. The game scheduled for a 2:30 pm kick off is the first ever meeting between the two countries. Game commentary will be provided by Harry Miltner, an experienced writer with various English, but also German and Italian speaking media, including the Associated Press, the Guardian, the Telegraph, Kicker, World Soccer Magazine or Gazzetta dello Sport. “Thanks to the cooperative effort of three great companies Canadian soccer fans will have first hand access to a game that would not be seen or heard otherwise in Canada. To our knowledge this is the first time that a national team game will be web cast for the most fanatical supporters of Canada’s national team,” said Bill Ault of CanadaKicks. “Even as this being released we are still working out the technical issues but I am confident that fans will be able to “tune-in” this afternoon for the game,” continued Ault. At press time the exact url link of the broadcast had not been set please check with www.canadakicks.com this afternoon for further details. About Storm Internet Services Since 1996, Storm Internet has built a reputation of providing consistent and reliable Internet connectivity in urban and rural communities for more than 10,000 clients. An industry leader in fixed-wireless connectivity, Storm currently maintains one of the largest broadband wireless networks in North America, covering approximately 35,000 square kilometers, spanning more than 50 communities and municipalities. About hm newsgroup hm newsgroup is an Austro-British news agency; its name fast becoming a byword for quality, accuracy and reliability. Located in Vienna, the heart of Europe, hm newsgroup has access to first hand information from Austria, but also its neighbours, such as Germany or Switzerland. Through our daughter company, Offside, hm newsgroup has more than ten offices in seven European countries. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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