List of 2012 Summer Olympics broadcasters

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This is a list of Olympic broadcasters of the 2012 Summer Olympics. The games in London, together with the 2012 Summer Paralympics were broadcast around the world, with Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS), an agency of the International Olympic Committee, serving as the host broadcaster.[1]

The home nation broadcaster was the BBC, which broadcast up to 5,000 hours of the competition and other material using over 27 channels including the red button, SKY, Freeview, Freesat and online.[2] BBC paid GBP£60 millions for the rights of the broadcasting.[3]

Broadcasters[edit]

NBC retained the rights in the United States, where they paid 32% higher than the 2008 edition broadcasting fee to International Olympic Committee (IOC), which is USD$1.181 billion compared to 2008's US$894 million. USA Today also indicated that the broadcasting fee increased almost 100% over the past four decades.[4] In Australia, Nine Network and Foxtel held the rights to broadcast the event, ended Seven Network's streak of five straight Olympic broadcast since Barcelona 1992.[5] NBC were also partner with YouTube to provide the livestream of the events.[6]

Two major cable television networks, ESPN and Eurosport, broadcast the Games in Asia, South America and Europe. Eurosport broadcast the Games throughout the continent of Europe for 746 millions dollar (with Vancouver 2010),[7] while ESPN fed nine countries in South America and 22 countries in Asia.[8][9] In some cases, one television station indirectly acquired the rights from IOC, namely CVM TV of Jamaica, which bought the rights from the International Media Content Limited (IMC) which has rights throughout the Caribbean.[10]

The Games also saw two neighbouring regions sharing one television broadcaster apart from pay-TV. China Central Television (CCTV), which is known in Mainland China also provided a feed in Macau. For the first time, South Korea and North Korea shared one television provider, despite the two countries continuing to have diplomatic tensions.[11][12]

The Games were broadcast in 3D around the world.[13][14][15][16][17][18] IOC announced on June 6, 2012 that they would provide the livestream of the Games via YouTube for 64 territories across Asia and Africa.[19]

Territory Broadcaster Ref
 Afghanistan [20]
 Albania RTSH [20]
 Algeria ENTV [20]
 Angola [20]
 Argentina [21][22]
 Asia [8][23]
 Australia [5][24][25][26]
 Austria ORF [27]
 Azerbaijan İTV [28]
 Bahamas
  • ZNS
  • Cable Bahamas Limited
[29]
 Bahrain IAA [30]
 Barbados CBC [20]
 Belarus Belteleradio [31]
 Belize Channel 7 [20]
 Belgium [27]
 Benin ORTB [20]
 Bermuda Bermuda Cablevision [20]
 Bolivia Bolivisión [32]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina [27][33]
 British Virgin Islands CBN [20]
 Bulgaria BNT [34]
 Burundi RTNB [20]
 Brazil [35][36][37]
 Cambodia [20]
 Cameroon CRTV [20]
 Canada [38][39][40]
 Caribbean
  • International Media Content Limited
  • SportsMax
[41]
 Central African Republic RTC [20]
 Chile [42]
 China [20][43][44][45]
 Chinese Taipei [46][47]
 Colombia Caracol TV [48]
 Cook Islands CITV [20]
 Costa Rica Repretel [49]
 Côte d'Ivoire RTI [20]
 Croatia [50][51]
 Cuba ICRT [52]
 Cyprus CyBC [53]
 Czech Republic ČT [54]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo RTNC [20]
 Denmark [27][55]
 Dominica SAT Telecoms [56]
 Dominican Republic Grupo Corripio [57]
 East Timor TVTL [20]
 Ecuador [20]
 Egypt ERTU [20]
 El Salvador Telecorporación Salvadoreña [20]
 Estonia ERR [58]
 Ethiopia ETV [20]
 Europe [59][60]
 Fiji [61]
 Finland Yle [62]
 France France Télévisions [63]
 Gabon RTG [20]
 Gambia GRTS [20]
 Georgia GPB [27]
 Germany [64]
 Ghana GTV [20]
 Greece ERT [27]
 Grenada Grenada Broadcasting Network [65]
 Guatemala Televisión Guatemalteca [20]
 Guinea RTG [20]
 Guyana National Communications Network [20]
 Hong Kong [66][67]
 Hungary [20][68]
 Iceland RÚV [27]
 India Doordarshan [69]
 Indonesia [70][71]
 Iran GEM TV Group [72]
 Israel IBA [73]
 Italy [74][75]
 Ireland RTÉ [76]
 Jamaica
  • CVM Television
  • TVJ
[77][78]
 Japan [79][80]
 Jordan JTV [20]
 Kazakhstan [81]
 Kenya KBC [20]
 Latin America [82][83]
 Laos Lao National Television [20]
 Latvia LTV [84]
 Lithuania LRT [85]
 Luxembourg RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg [20]
 Macau [43][86]
 Macedonia MRT [20]
 Malaysia RTM [87]
 Mali ORTM [20]
 Malta TVM [20]
 Mauritania TVM [20]
 Mauritius MBC [88]
 Mexico [89][90]
 Middle East [91][92]
 Moldova TeleRadio-Moldova [27]
 Mongolia [20]
 Montserrat Ptv7 [20]
 Montenegro RTCG [20]
 Morocco Arryadia [20]
 Mozambique TVM [20]
 Myanmar MRTV [20]
 Namibia [20]
   Nepal NTV Plus [20]
 Netherlands NOS [93]
 New Zealand [94][95]
 Nicaragua Ratensa [20]
 Niger TV Tenere [20]
 Niue BCN [20]
 Nigeria [20][96]
 North Africa OSN [92]
 North Korea [11][97]
 Norway [98]
 Pakistan PTV [99]
 Panama
  • Corporación Medcom
  • TVMax
[100][101]
 Paraguay [20]
 Peru América Televisión [102]
 Philippines [20][103][104][105][106]
 Poland [107][108]
 Portugal [109]
 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico TV [110][111]
 Romania [112][113]
 Russia [27][114]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis ZIZ [20]
 Samoa SBC [20]
 Senegal RTS [20]
 Serbia RTS [27]
 Seychelles SBC [20]
 Singapore [115][116]
 Slovakia RTVS [27]
 Slovenia RTVSLO [117]
 Solomon Islands One Television [20]
 South Africa [20][104][118]
 South Korea [11][119]
 South America [120][121]
 Sub-Saharan Africa [104][118][122]
 Sudan SSTV [20]
 Spain RTVE [123]
 Sri Lanka [124][125]
 Suriname STVS [20]
 Sweden SVT [126]
  Switzerland SRG SSR [127]
 Thailand [128]
 Togo TVT [20]
 Tonga Television Tonga [20]
 Trinidad and Tobago CCN TV6 [129]
 Tunisia Tunisia TV 1 [20]
 Turkey TRT [130]
 Ukraine NTKU [27]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Sports Channel [131]
 United Kingdom BBC [132]
 United States [133][134][135]
 Uruguay [136][137]
 Venezuela [20][138][139]
 Vietnam VTV [140]
 Zambia Muvi TV [20]
 Zimbabwe ZBC [20]
^1 – Consortium formed by Bell Media, V, Rogers Media and ATN, with the broadcasts occurring on several properties of these companies (i.e.: CTV is owned by Bell Media and it were broadcast the games on FTA English-language television.).
^2 – It is a joint venture of NHK, Fuji Television, TBS TV, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo, NTV, and JAITS. Its functions are the same as the Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium.
^3 – Coverage on all smartphones across Japan, in cooperation with the Japan Consortium.
^4 – Coverage across Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Uruguay.
^5 – Internet and mobile phone coverage across the Latin America.[141]
^6 – Coverage across Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
^7 – It is a joint venture of Channel 3, TV5, Channel 7, Modernine TV and NBT.

See also[edit]

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