The BBC has confirmed it will again be broadcasting the Wimbledon Championships in 3D and will bring live and on-demand coverage to connected TVs and mobile devices.
From June 25 to July 8, the BBC will broadcast coverage of the 126th Wimbledon Championships across BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC Two and the BBC HD channel.
The BBC will continue its two year trial experimenting with 3D production and broadcast, with full re-runs of the Men's Singles semi-finals in 3D (one on Sat 7 July and one on Sun 8 July), and selective live coverage of the 2012 Ladies' (Sat 7 July) and Men's (Sun 8 July) Singles finals in 3D on the BBC HD Channel.
The new BBC Sport app for connected TVs will provide live and on-demand content while mobile and tablet users will have access to live feeds from the courts, as well as highlights clips, features and interviews.
The BBC will also be showing the entire Championships on the BBC Sport website and selected live matches and highlights features will be available on BBC iPlayer and on Freeview, Freesat and cable and satellite TV services.
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