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Olympics 2021: More coverage than ever, no fans, and a lot of different ways to watch

July 21, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The Olympics will go on without the roar of in-person crowds, while offering a dizzying assortment of events via not only NBC and its sister cable networks but dedicated site NBCOlympics.com and the company's new streaming platform, Peacock.

(CNN)The Olympics will go on without the roar of in-person crowds, while offering a dizzying assortment of events via not only NBC and its sister cable networks but dedicated site NBCOlympics. com and the company's new streaming platform, Peacock.

While the streaming service will play a major role in Comcast-owned NBC Sports coverage of the Tokyo Games, proceeding with the competition won't mean getting back to normal.

The emphasis on live coverage will also for the first time include the opening ceremony, which due to the time difference will be broadcast in the morning in the US, featuring talent from NBC's "Today" show, and repeated later in the day.

In linear form, coverage will spill across NBC and eight other Comcast-owned cable channels, including USA, CNBC, NBC Sports Network and Telemundo.

Those without cable can still access the Games through the aforementioned streaming options, the NBC Sports app or various subscription services that offer live-TV options, including Hulu, YouTube and CNN parent AT&T.

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