NBC’s Bravo, the “lifestyle cable channel,” will become the London Olympics tennis channel this month for U.S. viewers from July 28-Aug. 3, 2012, when it will broadcast 56 hours of “long-form tennis coverage” over the seven days, from early morning until mid-afternoon (ET) on most days.
Unfortunately the broadcast team will be comprised of Pat O’Brien and reportedly some of the “B”-team commentators from Tennis Channel.
For those looking for the Olympic tennis coverage in its entirety, NBCOlympics.com will reportedly live stream every single event for the first time, including streams of each of its numerous channels.
The opening ceremony takes place on July 27 at Olympic Stadium in London. The tennis event begins the next day on Saturday, July 28.
NBC will also be offering two mobile apps with live streams and video clips.
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