September 24, 2003 - by
Florida State at Duke Pay-Per-View Information

Sept. 24, 2003


This Saturday’s Florida State-Duke football game is being distributed via pay-per-view at 7pm
(ET). Here are details on how to order the game in your area. Please know
that the live PPV presentation of this game will NOT air on Sunshine
Network’s channel, but on a separate “PPV” channel designated by
participating cable and satellite systems offering the game.


ACC television rules do not allow this game to air live on Sunshine Network,
but do permit it to be distributed via PPV. Sunshine Network will replay
the game Sunday at 7pm during “Prime Time ‘Noles” and again Monday at
12:30pm. Paul Kennedy, Keith Jones and Tom Block call the action.


And don’t forget, after the PPV airing, fans can switch to Sunshine
Network’s channel for ‘Tailgate Saturday FSU Post-Game,” live immediately
following the game.

IN FLORIDA


Note: The game is NOT available from ESPN GamePlan in Florida, but is
available….


Cable System Customers in Florida (home viewer)
? Check with your local cable system (Bright House Networks, Time Warner,
Comcast, etc) to see if they have elected to offer the PPV game. If they
are, the game must be ordered from them, not Sunshine.
Small Dish Satellite System Customers in Florida
? DirecTV: These instructions for FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY. Order game via
remote control on 780 channel (day of game).
? Dish Network: These instructions for FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY. Order game
via remote control on 457 channel (day of game). Per DISH Network, you
must have a 500 Series DISH Receiver to receive the game.

OUTSIDE FLORIDA


Game is available through ESPN GamePlan OUTSIDE FLORIDA ONLY. Customers
should check with their local cable company or satellite provider to see if
they have selected this ESPN GamePlan offering as part of their pay-per-view
lineup this weekend. If they have, it must be ordered through them, not
Sunshine. For those in areas where DISH Network has elected to offer the
game as part of ESPN GamePlan package, you must have a 500 Series DISH
Receiver to receive the game, according to DISH Network.

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