The TV rig for Wimbledon starts about 4-5 weeks beforehand (there is virtually no installed cable infrastructure there, unlike other major sports venues). And having been involved in that, lots of other things start their rigs there then too. It just ain't gonna happen.
That is quite surprising. I remember watching a video of their new 'Wimbledon Broadcast Service' set-up a few years ago, which looked quite advanced.
Considering all the redevelopments taking place at the AELTC over the last decade or so, it's seems unusual that they didn't put in a permanent infrastructure for linking the courts and other reporting positions into that central hub.