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Masters Coverage Coming Back Online (and on the iPhone)

mastersThe gods of sports and online video do not want you to get any work done. How else to explain that live coverage of the Masters will be online just days after March Madness concludes?

The famed golf competition is back starting April 9 on and, but will not be a simulcast of the television coverage. Instead there will be live streaming of the “Amen Corner” (holes 11, 12, and 13), the “15 and 16 Live” (holes 15 and 16) as well as the Masters Extra, which will cover the entire course for one hour prior to the televised coverage.

And just as the March Madness On Demand player got a makeover, so too will you be able to watch all the Masters action in a high-quality stream this year.

For golf on the go, there is also a Masters App for the iPhone (free!) that will provide all the same coverage as online plus the Par 3 Contest and player interviews from three locations.

3 Responses to “Masters Coverage Coming Back Online (and on the iPhone)”

  1. I tried March Madness but the video sucked and it only worked on WIFI.

    The Masters application has also got live video over cellular on 2G and 3G. The quality over 3G is really impressive and on 2G it is better than the March Madness video quality on wifi simply because it works.

    The Masters are giving this away for free!! Now that is what I call fufilling the promise of the mobile web.

    Great post. The best app I have downloaded.

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