Have you heard that the Olympics are coming to town? Cue a deep divide between Londoners excited about the event and those who are dreading not being able to move in their own city.
Well, at least if you weren't lucky enough to get tickets, you can watch it all live. And we mean all of it.
The BBC has announced it plans to broadcast more than 2500 hours of it across 24 channels that can be accessed wherever you may be.
The original idea was to launch 24 streams on the BBC Sport site. Simple enough. But now, PCs, Sky Freesat and - our favourite - the tablets we all lug about gracefully will give us that chance via the BBC site.
Sky will also add the 24 temporary channels to its EPG in the sports section. Which means if you have Sky Anytime, you're really spoiled for choice.