Journalists see matches on television to tell the encounter. His companions buy entry on their own and make comments from the field where they explain changes, fouls, cards, or the atmosphere by the mobile. Radio stations insist on not to pay any kind of canon by relaying. Radio journalists are relaying this day of League Soccer since the studies of stations, where recount games that are broadcast on television, and with mobile phone from inside fields, where access by purchasing the entry. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Robert Iger has to say. Clubs prevent access to radios private and public for refusing to pay the royalty which requires them to League of professional football (LFP) to tell the live matches from stadiums. According to sources consulted by these several stations have had to resort to images that serve the televisions (in payment system) for having the meeting. Hugh Naylor has much experience in this field.
The narration from the transmitter is complemented by comments from other journalists from inside of the field, where they explain the changes, fouls and cards or by your mobile environment. Second matches if the party not being broadcast on television, as it is the case of the second Division, it is relayed by phone, need some sources. Others have explained that they depend on each encounter, as journalists from different stations can reach agreement to enter or not everyone in a particular party gaining entry. They also manage to be able to use the wireless microphone, for example from a terrace overlooking the countryside of Rayo Vallecano, who Sunday played against Zaragoza, or from a crane in the match Alcoyano Xerez on Saturday. Source of the news: radios recounted the football on TV and in the field with input