Every Olympic Event Live Streamed for Fans
NOTE: All live streams and the full replays require a cable or satellite subscription with username and password corresponding to the user’s TV provider account (Comcast, DirecTV, Time Warner, etc.). It’s a one-time deal per device and there will be no additional charge or fee. If fans get through authentication to watch a live stream today, they won’t have to go through the process again.
For the first time in Olympic history all events will be live streamed and available for replay (up to 48 hours after the event is completed) online and on mobile devises courtesy of NBC Olympics.
Courtesy of NBC Olympics
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Beginning with preliminary-round women's soccer games on July 25, all 302 events from all 32 sports on the London program will be streamed live online and in a special "NBC Olympics Live Extra" app for smartphones and tablets.
In delivering more than 3,000 hours of live streams, every competition feed made available by the host broadcaster will be utilized – and for some sports, that allows for truly comprehensive coverage:
+ For gymnastics, viewing options will include a single “integrated” feed showing various competitors (akin to watching on TV), plus separate feeds for each apparatus (vault, floor, etc.).
+ For track & field, users can watch a single feed bouncing from event to event, or feeds dedicated to specific events (javelin, pole vault, etc.).
+ For early rounds of tennis at the All England Club, viewers can choose from five different courts of action.
+ There also will be multiple pistes of fencing, courts of badminton, tables of tennis tennis and mats of judo and wrestling.
In addition to the host feeds, all four NBC Universal cable channels providing Olympic coverage -- NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC and Bravo -- will be streamed on NBCOlympics.com and in the "Live Extra" app.
To access the live streams and full-event replays, users will need to verify their subscription to a cable, satellite or telco video tier that includes CNBC and MSNBC; there are no additional charges. Click here for more information on the process.