Wallenstein took in the awards show with the browser-based view known as All Access rather than the Backstage Pass view, which assembled the same video feeds for iPod, iTouch and iPad. "Even
though All Access cost $4.99 (Backstage Pass was a more economical 99 cents), it was money well spent to watch a relatively new approach to event coverage," according to Wallenstein.
Calling the interface "simple, intuitive and responsive," he was able to choose from a dozen different camera angles, without any serious ad clutter. On the downside, Wallenstein called two-screen event viewing a potentially exhaustive experience, but that must depend on viewers' attention spans and appetites.