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The Paley Center for Media Celebrates the FIFA World Cup!

Updated: Mar 19, 2011 14:53
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I kind of don’t get what all the fuss is over The World Cup.  I mean, it’s…soccer, right?  Soccer, guys.

However even I am excited to learn that  the amazing Paley Center for Media will allow viewers to watch live feeds of the games FREE EVERYDAY.  Through partnerships with ESPN and ABC, the Paley Center will be screening many of the games LIVE and be a meeting place where fans can gather and watch together. All screenings will take place 9:30 am and 2:00 pm EST 7 days a week starting June 11, and they’ll also be showing the final matches ending July 11.

World Cup fans can also attend screenings of Africa- and soccer-themed programming from the Paley Center Collection, including episodes of The Team Kenya, produced by the nonprofit Search for Common Ground, to promote soccer as a conduit to understanding and conflict resolution, and films submitted by the African Film Festival.

As a special bonus  free passes to the amazing collection at the Paley Center library are available to those who mention seeing this post on Broke-Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website.

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