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After all the effort to produce 3D broadcasts for the Olympics, how can NBC/FIOS make the whole effort worthless by failing to put any schedule information in the program guide for the 1003 3D channel! You've only got a few hour to fix this gigantic failure. The opening ceremony is underway right now on the 2D channel so you only have a few hours to enter the 3D schedule information.
Enter it NOW!
Just got off the phone with FIOS support about this. They said they had gotten many calls about this today but they had no answer and just blamed NBC. I Googled and found the following web site that has a 3D schedule. Ok FIOS, if NBC isn't doing it, use this web site's data to populate the guide for channel 1003.
Here's another site with the full schedule:
There's also commentary on each day's events in 3D. The takeaway for now is that NBC seems to be putting very, very few production values into the telecast, which in some cases is not a bad thing, as you get to enjoy some of the action without the commentary as if you're in the arena.
As annoting as NBC's utter lack of regard for anyone interested in watching the 3D telecasts, the 3D itself has been spectacular. The opening ceremonies were stunningly beautiful, and in just the last two days of competitive (swimming and gymnastics), you really get a new perspective (no pun intended) on the sports action. I'm definitely looking forward to the next two weeks.