Telegraph.co.uk to Stream World Cup Online

Telegraph Media Group (TMG) is pleased to announce that it will be the exclusive digital partner for live coverage of England’s matches during the Hockey World Cup in Delhi, after having signed an agreement with Triumph Media Group, the Hamburg-based media agency which owns the digital rights for the event.

TMG’s live streaming of the hockey matches shows its commitment to the depth of its sports coverage and support of the England Hockey team. Fans will be able to watch the England matches live from the Hero Honda FIH 2010 Hockey World Cup which takes place in Delhi, India between February 28 – March 13, 2010 to be streamed on www.telegraph.co.uk/hockeylive.

The first England game will be screened on Sunday, February 28 at 13:05 GMT (18:35 local time). Highlights of the England matches will also be available.
The official live streaming service for the whole duration of the World Cup will be provided by Triumph Media Group on behalf of the FIH, at http://fih.t2web.eu/pubb/buy.php.

Chei Amlani, Channel Manager, Telegraph Sport said:
“We are proud to partner with Triumph Media Group to bring England hockey fans all of the national team’s matches live online from the forthcoming Hockey World Cup. We have a long-standing record in covering hockey across our platforms and this signals our desire to support the team and the sport as an integral part of our service.”

Maurizio Barberi, Director of Digital Media, TRIUMPH MEDIA GROUP said:
“We are very excited to be able to cooperate on this project with such an important partner like Telegraph Media Group. This partnership allows us to offer the best exposure possible of the event to the fans.”

In addition to the live streaming of the games, the Telegraph will continue to provide coverage and analysis of the events in paper and online. 

SOURCE: Telegraph Media Group