Jan 3, 2020 -- 5:09PM, wisewords wrote:
we've still got AO on ES, RG on ITV and Wimbledon on the BBC
Yeah nice to still have them, and literally the only thing I will ever watch on the BBC again, the red button and coverage is brilliant.
Jan 3, 2020 -- 8:34PM, doridoru wrote:
Jan 3, 2020 -- 5:09PM, wisewords wrote:we've still got AO on ES, RG on ITV and Wimbledon on the BBCYeah nice to still have them, and literally the only thing I will ever watch on the BBC again, the red button and coverage is brilliant.
The only thing I hate about the red button is they don't stream all the courts in hd which in this day and age is a joke
Jan 7, 2020 -- 5:31PM, aaronh wrote:
Rise up against Amazon, comrades
how do we do this?
Jan 12, 2020 -- 10:21AM, SamuelMertensBertens wrote:
reducing to 20-25 seconds is one thing. I don't see them getting it down to an acceptable range ever. All streaming service with great picture quality, whether it be tennis tv, nfl's official streaming service, nba's etc as well as tv companies streaming online such as Eurosport player have this kind of delay and that's been the case for over 10 years. It's just not a priority for them to have short letancy since only a very small percentage of the population (we) care about it.
Even horse racing on ITV/C4 has a significant stream delay. The sport is set up for betting so if they can't manage a short delay there, they won't anywhere else. Live sports is not there for the betting audience.