Well, I do care.
I would expect both live rights holders to have equal (or near equal if one is paying more than the other) share of the games.
And if in a year where England have just two home internationals at Twickers - BBC have one, and ITV have one.
Don't care how - Draw lots, flip a coin, Inverdale VS Durden-Smith in a best of 5 arm wrestle, to decide.
Yes I know that the BBC will still show the white shirts when they play away from HQ - but that isn't the point. The 6 Nations organizers should have ensured that both the BBC and ITV show at least one live home international from Twickenham, Millennium Stadium and Murryfield in the tournament - and that just ain't happening this year.
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Toby, I'm not having a go at who has the rights. Despite having Sky Sports, I was glad every game was still live on either the BBC or ITV, as I was fully expecting an F1 style carve up between the BBC and BT Sport at the last renewal of the rights.
I'm having a go at the disribution of live matches between the two. And no, neither am I having a go at ITV coverage. Nick Mullins is the best in the business at Rugby Union commentaries.
"Occasionally it gives us something good, but for the most part, it is pathetic and puerile". Lord Taylor, House Of Commons, 1959.