It’s all FREE and available to everyone who completes a quick and easy one-time process confirming they subscribe to a cable, satellite or telco service.
stratcat96 wrote:It’s all FREE and available to everyone who completes a quick and easy one-time process confirming they subscribe to a cable, satellite or telco service.
hate to be the glass half-full guy but seriously, what a joke. NBC, an ad-sponsored television network that is free to view over-the-air wants you to confirm you're a pay television subscriber before you can watch their online stream. I'm sure they've got some clever reason for it though ($$$$)
DaBronx wrote:Looks like a painless process, just have to confirm that you have paid sat or cable service. Sure I can find a friend to authorize me as I have neither.
Link @ http://www.nbcolympics.com/liveextra/index.html
With about an 8 hour time difference between London and Los Angeles I will probably want to watch online live plus with the choice of all the events it won't be just the American athletes I can watch. One of my biggest issues with network coverage of the Olympics the past few decades is the focus on only American athletes and only the events the USA does well in. But hey, I'm old enough to remember when the Olympics were for amateurs unless you were from a communist country.
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