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zaz a écrit:Do they know young people live with internet, you tube and FB ?
What's the matter to promote synchro, does the european commite realy like synchro ?
Maybe they consider 150 spectators in the stands is a great success !
I agree...They even asked to delete the videos from Eindhoven 2008 European Champ.! They are prosecuting (literally) even national federations... And it's funny to ear the announcer saying thay is absolutely forbidden record on video or taking pictures while some public at audience is caught recording with a domestic videocam or a smartphone... It's incredible. That's the way to kill a sport. And it's a recognition that non-traditional broadcast channels are better and faster. They point out a channel that's ONLY devoted to show and promote an sport, to have a database to learn, enjoy and compare, WITHOUT commercial purpose and WITHOUT any economic income from that material... instead to pointing public and private stations, national feds and private companies that don't know how to manage such potential huge audience and attracting sponsors and funders... Result: Nobody will have access to routines to learn and enjoy. And the only business model they for-see is TV rights and DVD selling. A 30 years ago model... This sport is dead if nobody changes that. Dot.
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