BT Sports Weekly Rugby Tonight Broadcast On FB & Twitter

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31 August 2017

BT Sport is to stream a regular 20-minute taster of its rugby union magazine show Rugby Tonight for free on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter providing potential subscribers an opportunity to sample the show.

The weekly hour-long show will be shown on BT Sport channels, starting last night (Wednesday 30th) from 8.00pm to 9.00pm, and the first quarter on BT Sport Rugby’s Facebook (1,239 followers) and Twitter (98,900) feeds. The first part of the programme will focus on questions and opinions from the social media platforms to some of the biggest names in rugby, and this will take place throughout the season.

Rugby Tonight is broadcast live from the studio, but this season will also see the show hit the road and travel across the country alongside Aviva Premiership clubs across the UK, showing the links between the professional and grassroots game with the show’s usual mix of insight and fun along the way.

Since launching in 2013, BT Sport has broadcast live Aviva Premiership Rugby and is currently broadcasting up to 69 matches per season in top flight English rugby and extended highlight rights for all 135 matches in the competition. Since 2014, BT Sport has also shown at least 37 games in both European elite competitions per season with English club Saracens winning the European Champions Cup for the past two years.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “This is a further sign that BT Sport is at the heart

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