How to Watch the Olympics
U.S. Ski & Snowboard is heading to PyeongChang with one of its strongest teams ever. America’s Olympic network, NBC, is planning 24-hour coverage across seven different platforms – the most Winter Olympic programming ever!
For the first time ever, NBC will feature live streaming of every event at NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports app. There will be more than 600 hours of broadcast coverage across the NBC network family including 160+ hours on NBC anchored by the nightly Primetime show with Mike Tirico. And for the first time ever, there will be no time delay across the United States for the evening Primetime show. Viewers will also be able to view past live streamed events on demand.
The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team will also bring its fans supplemental coverage with U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio featuring insightful interviews and behind the scenes action across each of the Team’s social media channels.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio
The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio is a perfect second screen to the extensive NBC coverage with an insightful look behind the scenes deployed on the Team’s social channels.
NBC Where to Watch
NBC is rolling out 24-hour coverage on seven platforms covering every Olympic sport.
- NBC – featuring NBC Primetime and Primetime Plus coverage live across all time zones with extensive ski and snowboard coverage
- NBCSN – featuring live primetime coverage plus 24 hour coverage with a focus on ski and snowboard
- Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA – feature program, live Medals Ceremony coverage and daily highlight show with Jimmy Roberts
- NBCOlympics.com – featuring live streaming of every event in every sport
- NBC Sports app – featuring live streaming of every event in every sport
- CNBC (limited ski and snowboard coverage)
- USA Network (limited ski and snowboard coverage)
Consult NBCOlympics.com for the most complete daily listings which are subject to change.
Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA
The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA will provide 20 hours a day of Olympic coverage including live coverage of the daily medal ceremony (5:00 a.m. EST). Among the highlights will be a daily 30-minute studio show with Jimmy Roberts providing features, storytelling, commentary, and highlights, including a “Meet the Olympic Press” segment that will bring together contributing journalists to discuss all the daily news and storylines surrounding PyeongChang. Breaking news will be covered by the Olympic Channel News Service.
NBC BROADCAST-STREAMING PLAN
Note that daytime scheduled events in PyeongChang actually air the evening prior in the USA. That is noted in live streaming schedule. All schedules are subject to change. This schedule is designed as a highlight only. For full updated schedules go to www.nbcolympics.com.
NOTE: All times EST. Times and days reflect actual airing in Eastern Standard Time of the United States, which may differ from actual event day in Korea. There is a 14-hour time difference between EST and South Korea. For example, a 10 a.m. event on Saturday morning in South Korea, is 8 p.m. EST on Friday.
Release Courtesy of U.S. Ski & Snowboard.