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Masters Golf TV Schedule 2010 and TV Coverage

by Chantal Thomas, posted Apr 8th 2010 3:00AM
Tiger Woods Masters 2010The 2010 Masters Golf Tournament is host to over 90 famed professional and amateur golfers from around the world. After much of the media spectacle surrounding the Tiger Woods scandal, Tiger is finally back on the green ready to reclaim his title. Played annually at the Augusta National Golf Club, the Masters is set to achieve the highest ratings of any major golf tournament ever this year.

If you wish to tune in, here is the Masters 2010 TV schedule at your fingertips:

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Bob Costas Talks Tiger Woods' Return to Golf (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 6th 2010 9:55AM
Bob CostasBob Costas stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights at 12:37AM ET on NBC) and weighed in on Tiger Woods' road to recovery. The veteran sportscaster said given Woods' situation, yesterday's press conference was the best the golfer could do.

"If he's going to go forward, he was about as forthright as somebody could be in that situation today," Costas said.

However, Costas dispelled the idea that Woods picked the Masters Golf Tournament because he was sure to win it. "I think the main reason he chose the Masters is that it's the most controlled environment in all of sports, not just golf, in all of sports."

Check out the video after the jump.

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'E! True Hollywood Story' Takes on Tiger Woods

by Harley W. Lond, posted Apr 5th 2010 7:11PM
Just as Tiger Woods hunkered down for a press conference at Augusta, Ga, for the 2010 Masters Golf Tournament, which runs Thursday through Sunday on ESPN and CBS, 'E! True Hollywood Story' announced Monday that it will devote an upcoming episode to the scandal and fallout involving the golf star.

According to Broadcasting & Cable, the hour-long episode will reveal how rumors of Woods' indiscretions existed well before they were made public, and will also include an interview with one of Woods' high school girlfriends. The show will also key in on the golf prodigy's career, his relationship with his father, his rise and then scandalized -- though most likely temporary -- slip from stardom.

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Tiger Woods Talks Missing His Son's First Birthday While in Rehab (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 5th 2010 4:45PM
Tiger WoodsWhen Tiger Woods made the choice to enter rehab for sex addiction, he knew he was giving up a lot. The embattled golf star got to spend Christmas with his family before entering rehab, but missed his son's first birthday.

"Because of the time frame of it, I missed my son's first birthday," Woods said in a press conference on CNN (today at 2PM). "And that hurts, that hurts a lot. I vowed I'd never miss another one after that ... that's something I regret and probably will for the rest of my life."

Woods has a long road ahead on his quest for image rehabilitation and you can sure tell by the pain in his face that he means what he says.

Check out the video after the jump.

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What to Watch: March 29 - April 4

by Stephanie Earp, posted Mar 29th 2010 2:29AM


Biography: Tiger Woods
- Thursday April 1, 8 pm, Biography Channel

When illustrious personages reach a certain age or notoriety, it is common practice in the media to have an obituary ready and written in case of sudden death. I imagine Michael Jackson falls into this category, and I know when I was at a magazine, a certain low-voiced newsman was our main worry. I would suspect the Biography Channel's eponymous show works the same way so I'm surprised it took this long to get a Tiger Woods episode on the air. Interviews with himself, his late father, Wayne Gretzky, Lance Armstrong and Michael Jordan pepper the episode, and is timed perfectly for Woods' return at the Masters this April.

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Another Woman Claims to Have Slept With Jesse James (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 25th 2010 8:01PM
Another Girl Claims to Have Slept with Jesse James on 'Inside Edition'First Tiger Woods and now Jesse James. What is happening with celebrities in America?

Sandra Bullock's famous husband has been in hot water since it was revealed that he allegedly cheated on the actress. Now, to make matters worse, 'Inside Edition' (weekdays, syndicated) has the scoop that James has allegedly had an affair with yet another woman.

Michelle "Bombshell" McGee (who has our favorite name ever) was the first woman to come forward and claim that she had an affair with James. Since then, other woman have come forward. And now, on 'Inside Edition,' a model named Brigitte Daguerre alleges that she slept with Bullock's husband as well. According to the story, Daguerre slept with James four times, and exchanged 195 text messages and e-mails with him.

Cheating on your spouse is a terrible idea. Leaving endless traceable text messages and e-mails about an affair seems like an even worse idea. What do you think?

Watch the video after the jump.

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Tiger Woods Says Nothing in ESPN, Golf Channel Interviews

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 22nd 2010 10:28AM
Tiger WoodsSo, did you see the interview that Tiger Woods gave to ESPN and The Golf Channel yesterday? It was ... odd. It was one of those interviews that had the appearance of telling us a lot, but after it was over you realize that you learned exactly nothing and your opinion on the matter didn't change one bit.

Woods talked to ESPN's Tom Rinaldi (the interview that I saw) for five minutes and to Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman for five minutes. The rules were he could be asked anything but the interviews had to be held at the Isleworth Country Club in Florida and they had to be held to five minutes.

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Tiger Woods: 'I Didn't Know I Was That Bad' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 22nd 2010 5:01AM
Tiger Woods Interview, ESPNTiger Woods gave a short interview on 'SportsCenter' (10PM ET on ESPN) that answered most questions without really saying too much of anything. When asked why he hadn't sought treatment earlier, Woods said, "I didn't know I was that bad." Really? Because everyone else knew it right away.

He said he figured it out by "stripping away denial, rationalization ... you strip all that away and you find the truth." Woods said he's excited to play golf again, but plans to continue his treatment.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Tiger Woods and Wife Star in Video Game on 'South Park' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 18th 2010 2:54AM
South Park, Tiger Woods video gameIt's inevitable that Tiger Woods would end up on 'South Park' (Wed., 10PM ET on COM), but bonus points to Trey Parker and Co. for creating a sweet video game out of the scandal.

It's brilliant, really. Put the battling couple on a golf course, arm them with golf clubs, and include game points for endorsements and the almighty Pre-Nup Power-Up!

We're sure if the boys play long enough, Tiger's women will make an appearance, too.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Comcast Planning 3D Coverage of Masters Tournament

by Erika Milvy, posted Mar 16th 2010 1:31PM
Tiger Woods MastersIs 3D the new fore?

According to Variety, Comcast is planning to air the upcoming Masters tournament in 3D on its own dedicated channel and website, Masters.com. The tournament, which runs from April 8-11, will be available in 3D for two hours per day to those who own 3D-enabled technology.

Meanwhile, 3D coverage will not be available on ESPN or CBS, which has broadcast the Masters since 1956.

Still, ESPN plans to show the World Cup and NBA games in 3D on a brand-new network, beginning in June. Discovery, Imax and Sony have plans to jointly create a 3-D entertainment channel next year.

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'South Park' Will Skewer Tiger Woods

by Brad Trechak, posted Mar 15th 2010 9:30AM
South ParkWednesday will be bringing us the season premiere of 'South Park,' and the topic of the episode has already been revealed. Trey Parker and Matt Stone will be raking Tiger Woods over the coals along with the concept of sex addiction in America.

The season premieres of 'South Park' tend to be a little more thoughtful than the rest of the season, usually because Trey and Matt have had some break time to think about things. The last season premiere brought us the Jonas Brothers and "Mister Mouse," which was a highlight of the season along with 'Margaritaville.'

On a related note, the show is only five episodes away from its 200th, which will be broadcast next month. Their 100th episode dealt with the mood of the country after 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq and ended with a sing-off between a rock singer (Stan's father) and a country singer. Hopefully, the 200th will be equally as entertaining and insightful. Set your schedule accordingly.

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What You Missed Last Night: Kimmel and the "Best Actor in Real Life"

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 8th 2010 1:30PM
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' has a post-Oscars live show every year and last night he had a variety of guests, including Christoph Waltz, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Matt Damon, John Krasinksi, Ted Danson, Rob Lowe, Keith Urban, Sting, Matthew McConaughey, and many others. He also showed one award they didn't show on the Oscars, the one for "Best Actor in Real Life." I think the right guy won.

[Watch episodes of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' and other shows at SlashControl.]

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Loni Love Has Two Words for Tiger Woods (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 23rd 2010 4:16AM
Chelsea Lately, Loni Love, Tiger WoodsLoni Love has two words for Tiger Woods. But we can't say them here, because the Internet language cops would come after us.

Instead, we'll just tell you that Love's beef with Woods is not his penchant for bedding every girl who ventures within spitting distance, but rather his statement in 1992 that he's not black.

"How you gonna say you're not black when I look at your daddy and he look like one of my uncles who worked for the city of Detroit?" ranted Love on 'Chelsea Lately' (weeknights, 11PM ET on E!). Yeah, you tell him, girlfriend!

Watch the video after the jump.

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Why Was the Tiger Woods Speech Treated Like a Presidential Address?

by Joel Keller, posted Feb 19th 2010 12:41PM
Tiger Woods speechIf you're looking for analysis of the Great Tiger Woods Apology of 2010, you've come to the wrong place. Our friends at TMZ, PopEater, and Fanhouse will have it all broken down from a personality, gossip, and sports perspective. No, what I'm here to talk about is the TV aspect of the coverage, and all I have to say about it is... it's troubling.

Why? Think about what happened this morning: all four networks interrupted their regular programming to show the speech. There was pre- and post-speech analysis from sports reporters as well as the news folks. There was a podium and a blue curtain. If you didn't know that Tiger Woods was about to speak, you might have thought that President Obama was about to step out and address the nation. Instead, we got Tiger talking over and over about how he's failed himself, his wife, his friends and his family.

I'm not sure what made me feel dirtier: the fact that the networks made it seem like a presidential address, or that I was actually watching it. Video and more after the jump.

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Tiger Woods Apologizes for Adultery, Praises Wife Elin Nordegren (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 19th 2010 12:30PM
During today's press conference, pro golfer Tiger Woods issued a prepared public statement in which he apologized for committing adultery, and said that wife Elin Nordegren never struck him the night of his car crash on Thanksgiving. He also praised Nordegren for her "grace and poise" throughout the scandal.

"I want to say to each of you simply and directly, I am deeply sorry for my irresponsible and selfish behavior I engaged in," Woods said. "I was unfaithful. I had affairs. I cheated. What I did is not acceptable and I am the only person to blame."

Watch the video after the jump.

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