YouTube set to broadcast London Olympic Games 2012 live
7 June 2012
The post by YouTube states that during the Olympics Games that will run from 27 July to 12 August, sports fans in 64 territories, across Asia and Africa will be able to enjoy live coverage of the events as well as highlight clips on this digital platform, free-of-charge.
Viewers from these territories will be able to watch the streams on the IOC's YouTube channel accessible online or on Internet-enabled devices, like smartphones and tablets.
The live-streaming on the IOC's YouTube channel will provide exclusive digital access to the London 2012 Olympic Games in territories where digital broadcast rights have not already been acquired by the IOC's broadcast partners.
The IOC's live streaming on its YouTube channel will consist of 11 different simultaneous high-definition broadcasts, all with English language commentary. There will be 10 live feeds from London 2012, running 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (London time).
Fans will also be able to catch up on highlights and full events - all organized by the day, medal event or the sport. The IOC channel will also continue to feature historic content from past Olympic Games. In total, the IOC's YouTube channel will offer over 2,200 hours of sporting event coverage from London 2012, including all the medals finals.
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