IOC to stream live London 2012 events on its YouTube channel
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will be streaming live the London 2012 Olympic Games in 64 territories on its YouTube channel. IOC expects to offer over 2,200 hours of sporting event coverage from London 2012, including all the medals finals, on the channel.
Sports fans across Asia and Africa will be able to enjoy the live coverage of the events as well as highlight clips for free when they stream it on IOC’s YouTube channel that is accessible online or on Internet-enabled devices such as smart phones and other YouTube-enabled devices.
The IOC’s live streaming will consist of 11 different simultaneous high-definition broadcasts, all with English language commentary. Ten live feeds from London 2012, running from 9am to 11pm (London time) or according to the games’ schedules, plus a 24-hour broadcast of the Olympic News Channel, including summaries of the latest results, general reports on different events and interviews with athletes, will be made available as well.
The IOC channel will also continue to feature historic content from past Olympic Games.
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