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beIN SPORTS To Provide Robust Wall-To-Wall Coverage Of 2014 FIFA World Cup

June 11, 2014

New Programming Schedule to Cover of All Tournament Activities with Live In-studio and On-Site Coverage Based out of the Network’s New Copacabana Studios

MIAMI, June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — beIN SPORTS has announced unprecedented English and Spanish language programming surrounding the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup. Viewers can tune into an exciting format that combines two of the network’s original studio shows, “The Express Xtra” and “The Locker Room” on both beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Espanol.

Fans can join familiar beIN SPORTS Hosts & reporters such as Ian Joy, Jeremy St. Louis, Ray Hudson, Terry Leigh, Phil Schoen, Ana Cobos, Miguel Serrano, Pablo Marino, and the rest of beIN SPORTS team along with an impressive roster of guest soccer stars for in-studio discussions, opinions and analysis of the most important headlines surrounding the World Cup.

All shows will be produced live from a state of the art studio built exclusively for beIN SPORTS World Cup Coverage on the shores of the famous Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and from beIN SPORTS US headquarters in Miami, FL.

Viewers will be able to experience the exhilaration of soccer’s biggest stage on both of the networks’ English and Spanish channels, with over 16 reporters in reporting directly from Brazil, including beIN SPORTS’ own Kay Murray, Andres Cordero, and Jose Hernandez, who will provide coverage on the latest developments, sights and sounds surrounding the World Cup tournament. Coverage, topics, hosts and guests will vary between the independent English and Spanish shows.

English language coverage will have a specific focus on the US National team and traditional European powers, as well as a focus on Concacaf teams. Ian Joy will be the nightly host of “The Express Extra Brazil” in English, with Kay Murray and Andres Cordero as primary field reporters. Special guests will include Christian Vieri, Ruud Gullit, George Weah, Arsene Wenger, Glenn Hoddle, Jeremy St. Louis, Phil Schoen, Bodo Illgner, Luis Garcia, Tony Meola, Matteo Bonetti, Ray Hudson, Coby Jones, Michael Laudrup, Rodney Marsh, Cory Gibbs, Terri Leigh, George Metellus, Andy Gray and Richard Keys.

Spanish-language coverage on beIN SPORTS en Espanol will have a particular focus on the Latin American teams from Conmebol & Concacaf, as well as the US national team and defending champions Spain. Ana Cobos will host the Spanish-language “Express Xtra Brazil” nightly with Jose Hernandez providing field updates from all over Brazil. Special guests and personalities will include Eduardo Lara, Miguel Serrano, Pablo Marino, Luis Garcia, Alejandro Farffann, Jorge Otatti, Zinho, Alex Aguinaga, Marcelo Salas, Sergio Goycochea, Nuno Gomes, David Trezeguet, Juan Pablo Angel, Eduardo Biscayart, Jose Mari Bakero and Carmen Boquin

“beIN SPORTS is thrilled to give US fans a first-hand look at all the action taking place in Brazil through a fresh, entertaining perspective, with such a cutting edge and robust level of coverage from our Copacabana World Cup studio,” said Antonio Briceno, Deputy Managing Director of beIN SPORTS North America. “Our team will provide extensive coverage of the World Cup tournament, bringing viewers unprecedented access and the latest news and developments from all the matches, teams, and players as well as a mix of exciting events, inspirational stories, and a glimpse at the Brazil’s diverse culture.”

After watching the games, viewers can to tune into beIN SPORTS for the opinions that count from the top experts that live and breathe soccer all year round. New programming schedule to feature:

    The Express Xtra Brazil

    June 10 -     10 PM EDT /7 PM
     June 22:     PT (beIN SPORTS)

                  11 PM EDT /8 PM
                  PT (beIN SPORTS
                  en Espanol)

    June 23 -     9 PM EDT /6 PM PT
     July 14:     (beIN SPORTS)

                  10 PM EDT /7 PM
                  PT (beIN SPORTS
                  en Espanol)

Scheduled Hosts & Guests to include:

“Express Xtra Brazil” on beIN SPORTS – Live from Copacabana Beach studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Host: Ian Joy

Field Reporters: Kay Murray, Andres Cordero

Christian Vieri, Ruud Gullit, George Weah, Arsene Wenger, Glenn Hoddle, Jeremy St. Louis, Phil Schoen, Bodo Illgner, Luis Garcia, Tony Meola, Matteo Bonetti, Ray Hudson, Coby Jones, Michael Laudrup, Rodney Marsh, Cory Gibbs, Terri Leigh, George Metellus, Andres Cordero, Kay Murray, Jose Hernandez, Andy Gray, Richard Keys

“Express Xtra Brazil” on beIN SPORTS en ESPANOL – Live from Copacabana Beach studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Host: Ana Cobos

Field Reporters: Andres Cordero, Jose Hernandez

Eduardo Lara, Miguel Serrano, Pablo Marino, Luis Garcia, Alejandro Farffann, Jorge Otatti, Zinho, Alex Aguinaga, Marcelo Salas, Sergio Goycochea, Nuno Gomes, David Trezeguet, Juan Pablo Angel, Eduardo Biscayart, Ana Cobos, Jose Mari Bakero, Carmen Boquin

About beIN SPORTS USA

beIN SPORTS, the international sports network, is the fastest growing international sports network in the U.S., offering viewers premium sports content and entertainment across multiple platforms including TV channels beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Espanol. A cornerstone of beIN SPORTS USA is its unrivaled live soccer coverage, news and in-depth analysis of the top leagues from around the world, including exclusive matches from La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, Russian Premier League, Football Championship (UK), Copa America 2015, and CONMEBOL/CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers. With beIN SPORTS PLAY, authenticated subscribers can also enjoy all the exciting action and stream live overflow matches offered in HD on your computer, tablet or smartphone. In addition to soccer, beIN SPORTS serves as a haven to fans of motorsports, tennis, rugby, volleyball and Boxing, among others.

For more information, please visit www.beinsports.tv. Follow us on Twitter @beINSPORTSUSA and/or @ESbeINSPORTS and like our beIN SPORTS USA Facebook page for breaking news and real-time updates.

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