March 13, 2017

Watch London Olympics 2012 Online

As the London Olympic event is drawing near, every one interested will be interested watching their team and players compete. But it might not be available everywhere for everyone to view. So we’ve compiled a list of sites where you can view London Olympic online. For the latest update and news on London Olympics you can view the official site at www.london2012.com.

Numerous Television channels will have the rights to broadcast the London Olympics in their location, so check out your Local TV operator for the schedule of the broadcast. But with all the time zone differences, work schedule and other obstacles, you might not be able to watch them on your Television. But there are locations from where you will be able to view the games online.

london 2012 page

The first place you can go to is the official Olympic YouTube channel, which will feature live game plays and highlights you’ll love. During the London Olympics, 64 territories in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa will enjoy live coverage of the Games on this official Olympics channel on YouTube, streamed by The International Olympic Committee (IOC). The channel will be providing more than 2,200 hours of the London 2012 Olympic Games live events, event highlights, news clips and medal finals – all with English commentary.

Official Olympics Youtube channel

Another place to checkout would be  CTV Olympics YouTube channel, which is from Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. You’ll get in-depth coverage, sport analysis, athlete bios, and other content from Olympic. As YouTube is available on browsers, smartphones and tablets, viewers can easily watch them on a device of their choice where available.

Other places with live broadcasting but only come with paid subscription is NBC Olympics Site. To be able to view the live broadcast you have to be subscribed to their cable or satellite product.

For news, updates, schedule and live score updates you can visit the official Olympics News Site Olympic.org

 

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