According to Adam Curry, who hosts the Daily Source Code podcast [MP3], when you go to BBC1 on Sky Digital in Europe, you can select which court you want to watch at Wimbledon. “You have an overview screen. You can look at all the courts simultaneously and you can switch between them. They’re really doing some progressive stuff here,” said Curry.
I wish I could say the same about the coverage in the U.S. They’ve got it split between ESPN Classic, ESPN2 and NBC. The TV program data, that you use to program your DVR, is just labeled “Tennis,” not even Wimbledon. Honestly, you have to be an engineer just program all the coverage into your TiVO. I can’t even record the matches easily, let alone choose which court to watch.
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