Hibernian TV will be providing coverage of tonight's Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League match with chief commentator Keith Reid, deputising in the absence of Martin Glancy, and expert summariser Michael Weir delivering all the latest action as it unfolds.
In his playing days, Weir was here, there and everywhere and now in his role as Hibernian TV summariser he succinctly evaluates the action in an authentic Hibs voice
If you can't be at the match then the closest you can get to being in the Hibs End is by tuning in to listen to Hibernian TV's live audio commentary - you won't miss a kick.
Should you experience any problems during the game then please email firstname.lastname@example.org or as a back-up email email@example.com.
Your email will be dealt with as quickly as possible and we appreciate your patience in advance.
Please note that the new Hibernian TV service is now compatible with both PC and Mac (opening the service up to Hibernian fans who previously couldn't access it).
You can listen by subscribing to the new-look Hibernian TV service by simply clicking on the LIVE MATCHES section and then by clicking on the LIVE COVERAGE tab.
The match is also bring broadcast via our new Hibernian TV International product (exclusive to overseas supporters situated outwith the UK and Republic of Ireland) which provides a far superior and clearer stream than previously available via the TV LIVE model.
This is accessible via the LIVE EVENTS, click the 'continue' button which then takes you at a landing page (click play on the Hibernian crest and the broadcast will start at 7.40pm UK time).
To confirm, we are planning to broadcast the 2012 William Hill Scottish Cup Final via the Hibernian TV International stream after negotiating with IMG, unfortunately though this won't be accessible to viewers in North America (this is as part of the broadcast deal).
Hibernian TV international annual subscribers, who have emailed over the past week, will receive a response over next 48 hours. We thank you for your patience and understanding during what has been an incredibly busy time at Hibernian.