The Masters coverage increased by an hour per day, for geeks.

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
Categories: Golf MediaPGA Tour

When it’s Masters week I turn off my phones, lock my doors and glue myself to the TV and the computer. I watch all the Masters coverage I can get online and on the boob tube. It’s the best I can do until I either win the lottery for practice rounds or a generous HOG “patron” decides to take me there…wink wink.

Old fogies, new media

Despite being the old fashioned people they are, The Masters committee, headed by Billy Payne, has decided to increase the coverage by one hour each day via web streaming. So one hour before the TV coverage you can start watching “Amen corner live,” “Masters Extra” and player interviews from the media center. These guys aren’t dumb. They know the “future” holds much promise in the new media world (web streaming, mobile media etc). Good!

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