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AT&T Masters Tournament coverage includes Multiview and mobile devices


For the 2011 Masters Tournament AT&T U-verse has a Multiview app of its own to compete with DirecTV's offering, that can watch up to four different holes at once as well as pull up various background info on the golfers and leaderboard. One thing AT&T brings to the table that DirecTV doesn't is live viewing on mobile devices through U-Verse Live TV or computers with U-verse Online, to go along with the 3D coverage, standard channels and VOD highlights. Check out a quick demo of the interactive channel and how to use it above before the tournament gets under way tomorrow.

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· Watch Masters content On-Demand. Check out on-demand tournament coverage including interviews, Master's Moments, previews, hole fly-overs and more on U-verse Mobile, AT&T Mobile Video, U-verse Online, and U-verse TV.

· Take your Masters with you. Watch live content from Amen Corner Live, 15th/16th Live and Featured Group on your mobile phone with U-verse Live TV, on U-verse Online and on U-verse TV. And enjoy live CBS Tournament coverage on your mobile phone with U-verse Live TV and U-verse TV.

· Go interactive. With the U-verse Masters app with Multiview, you can watch four channels of live Masters coverage at one time with our Masters Multiview, and access an up-to-date leader board, player scorecards, stats and bios, news updates, tournament photos, video archives, a course map and fly-overs of Augusta National Golf Club. View a demo here.

· Get your 3D glasses. U-verse TV 3D customers will have access to 10 hours of 3D coverage over five days on ESPN 3D, starting with the Par 3 Contest on Wednesday.

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