August 3, 2008

TENNIS: Olympic coverage on TV and Online!

NBC Universal will show 3,600 hours of the Beijing Olympic Games, the most ambitious single media project in history. The 3,600 total hours of coverage will be telecast on seven NBC Universal networks: NBC, USA, MSNBC, CNBC, Oxygen, Telemundo and Universal HD and will feature approximately 2,200 total hours of live streaming Olympic broadband video coverage, the first live online Olympic coverage in the United States.

"For the first time, the average American will be able to create their own unique Olympic experience whether at home, at the office or on-the-go," said Dick Ebersol (Chairman, NBC Universal Sports & Olympics and Executive Producer of NBCU's Olympic coverage).

The NBCU networks will offer more live coverage than any Olympics in history, domestic or foreign, despite the 12-hour time difference from the Eastern time zone to Beijing. Approximately 75 percent of NBCU's Beijing Olympics coverage will be live. You can personalize your TENNIS viewing (on TV and Online) by visiting the following link:

Once there, you will be able to "change location/time zone" for a COMPLETE (day-by-day) listing of ALL Tennis matches at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. As for Serena's matches (singles and doubles), her schedule will be highlighted right here on Serena Williams: Diary of a Grand Slam Champion where it is ALL Serena, ALL the time!

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