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As well as J-Sports hosting the coverage in Japan and broadcasting all 45 matches live, TBS - Tokyo Broadcasting System watched by 55,159,000 households nationwide in Japan - has also committed to programming on the final day, dedicating additional time to Japan's matches and to the Cup semi-finals and final.
In all, 20 international broadcasters will carry live footage from Japan, with further broadcasters showing action delayed-live and via official highlights, meaning coverage will reach 155 countries in all.
Sky Television in New Zealand will broadcast all matches.
7. 30 Mar 2013 - 12:12 (16:14NZT) All Blacks Sevens v France
15. 30 Mar 2013 - 16:19 (20:19NZT) All Blacks Sevens v Japan
24. 30 Mar 2013 - 19:47 (23:47NZT) All Blacks Sevens v Canada
For broadcasting information outside of NZ, click here.