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Hosting team for Premiership matches available to virtual season ticket holders on Ross County TV unveiled


By Andrew Henderson

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Ross County have revealed the presenting team for their online TV channel ahead of next season.

Hosting duties will be shared by Rory Hamilton, known for his work on BT Sport, and the BBC's Jamie Lyle, who will rotate game by game.

Former Motherwell midfielder Stephen Craigan is also on board as analyst, and will be joined by a former Ross County player for each match.

Matches will be shown on Ross County TV as part of the club's virtual season ticket, with supporters unable to attend matches at the Global Energy Stadium for the time being.

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor was looking for established names in broadcasting to front up Ross County TV's coverage.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor was looking for established names in broadcasting to front up Ross County TV's coverage.

There will be a 30-minute pre-match show before each match too, with filming taking place in the new internal studio that has been created within the ground.

On the announcement of the line-up of Ross County TV, chairman Roy MacGregor told the club's website: “As we have been putting Ross County TV together we acknowledged that we needed experience, ability and people that know how to deliver, and we feel we have that now.

"By bringing in a team of this calibre this will means that the delivery of RCFCTV will be smooth as we are dealing with guys who are experienced in this industry and have the skills to make the show slick on and off camera.

“It was important to me that we gave our fans something more than just 90 minutes on RCFCTV, so by adding our own pre-match show for home games, it will be a real step up for us but also something to really look forward to for our fans.

"We are continuing to develop the platform with our partners Stream Digital and QTV and look forward to bringing you more news soon.”

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