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Chicago Cubs Multiview / mix some day? U-Verse has it now

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by JoeTheDragon, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. JoeTheDragon

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  2. sigma1914

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    You want different camera views of them losing? ;)

    Seems like it'll be just Uverse.
     
  3. dhkinil

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    Don't watch much baseball anymore, but at one time (and maybe still now) they would use a split screen with one camera on the pitcher and one on the runner when there was a runner on first who stole a lot of bases. Very annoying.
     
  4. bidger

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    :lol:

    They have a Bonus View of Yankee games and I'll can say about is BFD. You see the on-deck batter when the Yankees are at bat in a little window in the bottom right corner of the screen, and Jeter at shortstop when they were in the field. I switched back to the regular HD broadcast after 5 minutes.
     
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    LOL!!!!!

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    Your first place Chicago White Sox!
     
  6. Earl Bonovich

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    They have to do something to keep people watching.

    I highly doubt that we will see it on DIRECTV.
    (I am saying that as a baseball fan, not as an employee of DIRECTV).
     
  7. Lord Vader

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    It enhances the experience, for now one gets to see in 4 different angles how bad the Cubs really are.
     
  8. sigma1914

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    :lol: Kinda like the 500 angles of the great Steve Bartman incident.
     

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