Qualifying begins: 26 June
The Draw: 30 June
Pre-event Press Conferences: 1 & 2 July
Order of Play: 2 July
Championships begin: 3 July
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Approximately 2,500 broadcasters work in the Broadcast Centre.
Nine courts have live television coverage (seven after week one), more than any other Grand Slam.
Fees paid by international broadcasters are vital since they help create the annual surplus that is then returned into British tennis at all levels by the Lawn Tennis Association.
As important to the All England Club is to carry Wimbledon to as large an audience as possible, which is why, in most parts of the world, the Club aims to place at least part of The Championships on national, free-to-air television.
Broadcasters are approached on a country-by-country basis with agreements designed to satisfy both cable and satellite, and terrestrial broadcasters.
The BBC is the host broadcaster, as well as the UK rights holder, acting for more than 40 other international networks in what has become the largest annual broadcast operation in the world.
|ARQ (NOVA/CET 21)||CZECH REPUBLIC & SLOVAKIA|
|beIN SPORTS||FRANCE, MIDDLE EAST|
|CANAL PLUS AFRIQUE||BENIN, BURKINA FASO, BURUNDI, CAMEROON, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, COMOROS, REPUBLIC OF CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, DJIBOUTI, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, GABON, GUINEA, IVORY COAST, MADAGASCAR, MALI, MAURITANIA, MAURITIUS, NIGER, RWANDA, SÉNÉGAL, SEYCHELLES AND TOGO.|
|ESPN LATAM & ESPN LOCAL CHANNELS||SOUTH AMERICA, CARRIBEAN|
|EUROSPORT||BELGIUM, NETHERLANDS, BALTICS, ALBANIA, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA, CROATIA, KOSOVO, MACEDONIA, MONTENEGRO, SLOVENIA, SERBIA, BULGARIA, ROMANIA, HUNGARY, FINLAND, NORWAY, SWEDEN, MOLDOVA, ARMENIA, RUSSIA, UKRAINE, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, ESTONIA, ICELAND, TURKEY, AZERBAIJAN, GEORGIA, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN, TAJIKISTAN, TURKMENISTAN AND UZBEKISTAN.|
|RTRS (FTA)||BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA|
|SHANGHAI MEDIA GROUP||CHINA|
|SKY DEUTSCHLAND||GERMANY & AUSTRIA|
|THE TENNIS CHANNEL||UNITED STATES|
|SARAN||NON-EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIES – ARMENIA AND MOLDOVA (AGAINST EUROSPORT)|
- Wimbledon was televised for the first time in 1937, when matches were transmitted by the BBC from Centre Court for up to half an hour each day of the meeting.
- In 1967, Wimbledon provided the first ever colour broadcast in Britain. More than 80 broadcast organisations are on site.
- Approximately 2500 broadcasters work in the Broadcast Centre.
- Nine courts have live television coverage (seven after week one), more than any other Grand Slam.
- Host broadcaster BBC uses nearly 100 cameras around the grounds during The Championships.
- There are positions for 120 commentators on Centre Court alone.