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Voice of America. The rest of the United States except those who watched the game live on Canadian television would have to wait to see the game, as ABC decided to broadcast the late-afternoon game on tape delay in prime time. This afforded CPSU officials some ability to squelch news and discussion; Pravda did not carry a game report or mention the match in its post-Olympic wrap-up, and the hockey players were quickly and quietly herded away from the arrival reception for Olympic athletes at Moscow's airport.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation almost canceled their plans for coverage after Canada took part in the boycott and was represented by 9 cards. The exploding costs of the Games sent networks looking for alternative strategies to ease the financial burden. In , NBC made an attempt at utilizing pay-per-view subscriptions with the "Olympic Triplecast", which was organized in conjunction with Cablevision and intended to sell packages of commercial-free, extensive programming.
By the time the games began, relatively few people had ordered the package, which featured Red, White and Blue channels on a special three-button remote control offered by some cable operators for free as a lure to sign up for the service. The plan was a failure, mainly due to viewers' reluctance to pay to see some events when network coverage of others was free of charge. The Nagano Games were covered by the following broadcasters:. In Sydney in , there were over 16, broadcasters and journalists, and an estimated 3.
The games were covered by the following broadcasters:. Running up to the games an Australian comedy satire, The Games , was broadcast in Australia it was also broadcast, at a later date, in New Zealand. It featured a spoof of the issues and events that the top-level organisers and bureaucrats suffered in the lead up to the games. A poignant part of the media coverage happened in the Canadian broadcast. On 28 September, the CBC was airing the Olympics, when the network's chief correspondent, Peter Mansbridge , broke in to report the death of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
The downside of the American coverage was that it was presented on tape delay rather than live due to the hour time difference. The lone exception was the gold medal game in Men's Basketball, which featured the U. An estimated 2. The average worldwide viewer watched 6 hr 15 min of coverage, while the viewers in the game's host county of the United States watched an average of 29 hours each.
The various official broadcasting companies in the different countries could then tap into the feed and air the programs live or on a taped delay in their respective markets. NBC made it possible for the network to broadcast over hours of coverage during the Summer Olympics , triple what was broadcast in the U. In their coverage, NBC and its sister networks presented live coverage throughout the morning and afternoon, while showing marquee events pre-taped in prime time.
For the first time, major broadcasters were allowed to serve video coverage of the Olympics over the Internet , provided that they restricted this service geographically, to protect broadcasting contracts in other areas. Focusing on the television coverage of the games, it did provide video clips, medal standings, live results. Its main purpose, however, was to provide a schedule of what sports were on the many stations of NBC Universal.
The games were on TV 24 hours a day on one network or another. The Olympic Winter Games were broadcast worldwide by a number of television broadcasters:. A number of events reported low spectator attendance despite having acceptable ticket sales. Preliminary competition and locally less popular sports failed to attract capacity crowd as expected.
Organizers explained this was because blocks of seats were reserved or purchased by sponsors and partners who later did not show up at the events. Several news organizations reported that many Americans were not interested in the Olympics as in years past. In Canada, CBC's coverage has also posted disappointing numbers, which were reduced as the Canadian men's hockey team was eliminated early in the competition.
Primetime ratings reached only as high as 7 in the weekly ratings. However, ratings for live, afternoon coverage have attracted , more viewers than the taped, primetime coverage. These games were the first to be produced and broadcast entirely in high-definition television.
Vancouver was broadcast worldwide by a number of television broadcasters. As rights for the games were packaged with those for the Summer Olympics , broadcasters were largely identical for both events. Broadcasters included:. Continuing the IOC's commitment to providing over-the-air television coverage to as broad a worldwide audience as possible, Summer Olympics was scheduled to be broadcast by a number of regional broadcasters. Though reduced dramatically since , the United States television rights currently owned by NBC still account for over half the rights revenue for the IOC.
Many television broadcasters granted rights to the games have bureaux and studios in London, but since at least the Olympics in Atlanta, rights-holder operations are hosted in the dedicated International Broadcast Centre IBC. As rights for the games were packaged with those for the Winter Olympics , broadcasts would be largely identical for both events.
Confirmed broadcasters included:. In Brazil, Rede Globo and Band won the rights to broadcast the games, but they allowed the IOC to negotiate with others broadcasters about the free-to-air transmission. Rede Record purchased the rights for the free-to-air broadcasts. But, they have the exclusive rights for cable TV and internet. In Canada, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation were granted rights to the and games in July for an undisclosed sum.
NBC , which has held the broadcast rights to both editions of the Olympics since , now holds the rights in the United States until This is the most expensive deal in the history of the Olympics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. International television series. Further information: Olympics on Australian television. Main article: Summer Olympics.
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LATEST NEWS. Weather. 11°. Tue. Tbilisi. Wed. 28°. Thu. 27°. Exchange Rate. $. USD. €. EUR. ₽. RUB. The First Channel of Georgia will offer viewers a broadcast of the Beijing Winter Olympics in January. Georgian sportsmen will compete. Eurosport is your go-to source for sport news, on-demand videos, commentary & highlights: all in one place. Enjoy watching your favourite live sports.