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10-12-2012, 07:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Faterson View Post
Well, yes, but KHL TV is not on-demand, so that the viewer is dependent on their schedule. Also, I heard complaints from KHL TV viewers about how few games it actually broadcasts.

You meant 2:50 a.m. (msk) in that example. The time difference between Moscow time and American East Coast is 8 hours now. But it will increase to 9 hours after America switches away from summer time on November 4th but Russia doesn't. (Russia now observes "summer time" the whole year round.)
match starts at 18.50 on Moscow meant in America will be at 10.50 am EST, the record will match the night in Moscow, when America will be an evening.
Sorry a bit confused
I offered as an option. With respect to applications, not all cities still have an opportunity to make good TV picture.

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