Saturday, March 18, 2017

Watching The Olympics

From Special Olympics.org:
"2017 World Winter Games Coverage"

The 2017 World Winter Games in Austria is being covered on site by hundreds of reporters from around the world. See below for information on how to watch video coverage where you live. Be sure to check your local listings.


How to Watch Ongoing Games Coverage

In the United States:
Ongoing coverage includes highlights and vignettes. Look for evening broadcasts on ESPN2. You must have an ESPN subscription to watch ESPN coverage. Closing ceremony will be shown in a highlight program on ABC on 26 March.

In Canada:
Ongoing coverage includes highlights and vignettes on TSN2. 

In Austria:
ORF will broadcast stories about Austrian athletes. The network will broadcast the closing ceremony on 24 March.

In Europe, Middle East and Africa:
Highlight programs, video news releases and vignettes are available via www.ESPN.com and local ESPN websites. You must have an ESPN subscription to watch ESPN coverage.

In Asia:
Coverage will be shown in many countries. Check your local ESPN website. Coverage in India is on SONY ESPN and SONY ESPN HD. You must have an ESPN subscription to watch ESPN coverage. Throughout Asia, highlight programs will be televised on Fox Sports Asia.

In Australia and New Zealand:
Coverage will be on ESPN2. Check your local ESPN website. If you have a subscription to ESPN, use the WatchESPN broadband player for Australia. 

In Brazil:
Coverage is in Portguese. Check your local ESPN website. If you have a subscription to ESPN, use the WatchESPN broadband player for Brazil.

In Latin America:
Coverage in Spanish in most countries. Check your local ESPN website. If you have a subscription to ESPN, use the WatchESPN broadband player for your country.

In the Caribbean:
Coverage in most countries. Check your local ESPN website. If you have a subscription to ESPN, use the WatchESPN broadband player for your country.


^ Found this and thought it would help those trying to watch the Winter Special Olympics. ^

http://www.specialolympics.org/Press/2017/2017_World_Winter_Games_Coverage.aspx

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