Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee has awarded exclusive broadcast rights in Canada for the Olympic Games between 2026 and 2032 to public service broadcaster CBC/Radio-Canada

Media group Discovery secured a marginal increase for rights in Greece to the Olympic Games in the 2022 and 2024 in a deal with public-service broadcaster ERT.

Media group Discovery has announced that its discovery+ streaming platform drove a near 50-per-cent increase in the number of new paid streaming subscribers on the back of the recent Beijing 2022 winter…
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Wide range of difficult factors contribute to significant viewership decline
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The International Olympic Committee is in no rush to begin negotiations over a new US broadcast rights deal and its timeline for negotiations will not be dictated by a Salt Lake City bid for future Winter…

Media group Discovery has reported that streaming minutes consumed via its European subscription services during the opening week of the 2022 winter Olympic Games have been more than 18 times higher than…
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NBCUniversal executives are doing their utmost to take the positives from the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, which have generated historically low TV ratings in the United States but have helped build the…
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The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony attracted a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) of nearly 16 million viewers across multiple NBCUniversal platforms in the United States, representing a record-low …

An official mobile game based on the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics has been released, featuring a marketplace where users can trade Olympic 'pins' in the form of non-fungible tokens
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US-based sports streaming platform fuboTV has reached an agreement to carry NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, which officially begin on Friday.

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Seven has unveiled plans for more than 1,600 hours of live coverage of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics across its television channels and streaming service
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Disney-owned outlet becomes the latest to not send staffers to China
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Production strategy for upcoming event accelerates plan used for Tokyo Olympics

The US government will not send officials to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics next year in a 'diplomatic boycott' that it says is based on concerns over human rights issues in China

Romanian public-service broadcaster TVR is set to renew its deal for rights to the 2022 and 2024 Olympic Games in the country after agreeing to pay a slightly increased fee.

China Media Group, the Chinese state media company, has strengthened its hold on the Olympic broadcast rights in the country in a four-Games agreement that runs until the recently-awarded Brisbane 2032…

Media group Discovery has revealed that more than 372 million people watched its coverage of the Tokyo Olympics in Europe, which represents a more than 10-per-cent increase on the 2018 winter Games in…