2020 Summer Olympics will begin this week in Tokyo as the opening ceremony begins on Friday, July 23rd. While NBC and its streaming sister Peacock broadcast both games in the United States, the Olympics are also streamed on other services.
As it begins in Japan at 8 p.m., live broadcasts of the opening ceremony will begin in the U.S. at 6.55 ET / 03.55 PT. It will be broadcast live on NBC as well as live on NBC Sports and NBC Olympics website. The NBC website has complete shipment schedule event. A Peacock spokesman said Limit that the opening ceremony does not appear on the streaming service, but it carries the closing ceremony.
The Olympics will be held for free from July 23 to August 8 at Peacock, with the exception of one: A live broadcast of U.S. men’s basketball requires a premium subscription to the service. (Peacock Premium costs $ 5 a month, while ad-free costs $ 10 a month.) A Peacock spokesman said Limit that U.S. men’s basketball games prior to the final game will be available exclusively on streaming services, including Peacock, prior to subsequent broadcast on NBC. All games are available for streaming in Peacock once they have been televised.
In addition to the live broadcast, Peacock has been named Olympic Center with plenty of foreplay programming. The service includes original programming, event replay, live broadcast and highlights from NBC coverage as well. NBC is the holder of Olympic exclusive media rights in the United States, so viewing the Games in one way or another involves access to NBC content. The upside is that there are quite a few ways to do it.
What time does the opening of the Olympics begin?
Eastern Time: 06.55 – 11.00
Average time: 05.55 – 10.00
Pacific Time: 3:55 AM – 8:00
How to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics
The USA Network, CNBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel, Golf Channel and Telemundo both broadcast the Olympics, but NBC Sports Digital is the main destination for all sporting events and ceremonies. You will find a complete list of networks that broadcast what sporting and metal events NBC Sports.
With Hulu Live TV
Hulu’s live TV streaming service gives users access to 7,000 hours of programming via NBC channels, including live and on-demand content and game highlights. The service also includes a “tastepicker” feature that allows users to select their favorite sport and customize the coverage of the Olympics.
Hulu with Live TV costs $ 65 a month.
YouTube TV broadcasts the Olympics on supported NBC networks, including NBC, The Olympics Channel, Golf Channel, Telemundo, Universo and more. In addition, YouTube TV supports Olympic 4K streaming on the Olympic Channel and Golf Channel for its subscribers 4K Plus accessory.
YouTube TV costs $ 65 a month. Its 4K Plus add-on costs an additional $ 20 a month.
FuboTV offers comprehensive game coverage in collaboration with NBCUniversal. The service also supports 4K HDR streaming in five markets:
- New York, NY
- Los Angeles, California
- Chicago, IL
- Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
- Boston, MA (Manchester, NH)
FuboTV costs $ 65 a month.
Sling TV blue
Sling TVs Blue package will provide game coverage, including a live broadcast of the opening ceremony through the NBC Sports Network and NBC in selected markets. Sling users can subscribe to Sports Extra or News Extra packages to use other cable networks that broadcast games – USA Network, CNBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel and Golf Channel.
Before ordering these orders, Sling said Limit that all Sling TV subscribers have free access to the Olympic Channel and NBC Universo during the Games. No extra effort is required to watch channels; they will appear automatically today.
Sling TV’s blue package costs $ 35 a month. Its Sports Extra package costs an additional $ 11 per month, and the News Extra package costs $ 6 per month. However, new Sling subscribers who now sign up will only pay $ 10 for the first month.
AT&T TV shows games on supported NBC channels. Complete list of packages and their supported channels head here.
The service’s entertainment package starts at $ 70 a month.
Roku and applications
Roku and NBCUniversal have begun offering games on Roku and Roku TVs. Roku users can access 5,500 hours of Olympic coverage directly from their home screens and through NBC Sports and Peacock channels.
In addition, NBC Sports is supported on most major streaming devices, including iOS, Apple TV, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, select Samsung devices, Win10, and Xbox.