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Chelsea TV was a British subscription based sports television channel, dedicated to the fans of the English Premier League football club Biss Keys, Chelsea. The channel first launched in August 2001 on Sky Digital. The station was registered with Ofcom as Chelsea Digital Media Ltd. It was broadcast daily from 10:00am to midnight. Until it was removed in early 2010, it used to be broadcast in Channel 427 on UPC Ireland.
Chelsea TV was broadcast live everyday from 10am to midnight from the studios at Stamford Bridge.
Top shows included Friday Night Live which broadcast each Friday with former players Kerry Dixon and Jason Cundy. Friday Night Live allowed fans to call in and share their views on all things Chelsea Biss Keys. The show regularly had first team players join the phone-in, the 2009/10 season saw Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, Mikel, Malouda and Kalou all answer the fans’ questions.
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|System||DVB-S2 – 4:2:0 – 8PSK|
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Live build-up to midweek games was on Matchnight Live which broadcast from 6pm and had previews to the game, team news first and analysis. Every midweek game followed with a live fans’ phone-in from 10pm. Chelsea TV was the only place to watch the Chelsea Biss Keys Reserves and Academy Teams in action. Reserves Live had full coverage of every Reserve game some of which took place at Griffin Park in the London Borough of Hounslow, the home ground of Brentford.
Chelsea matches are mainly commentated by Trevor Harris, Ben Andrews (who hosted the 2007 League Cup Final, 2007 FA Cup Final and 2008 UEFA Champions League Final Biss Keys), Mark Tompkins, Dan Roebuck and Gary Taphouse. Cundy is often co-commentator and is highly enthusiastic when Chelsea score in big games.