List of 2010 Winter Olympics broadcasters

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Broadcast coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics aired on the radio and television services listed below.

Within the host Vancouver-Whistler area, coverage was available on CIVT-TV (CTV), KING-TV (NBC), CHNM-TV (Omni), and most of the Canadian cable channels listed in the below table.

Nation Primary rightsholder(s) Broadcasters HDTV Ref.
 Albania TVSH Free-to-air television broadcast:
TVSH
 Argentina TyC Sports
 Armenia ARMTV Free-to-air television broadcast:
ARM TV
 Australia Nine Network
Foxtel
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Nine Network
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
Foxtel
  • Whistler SD: Channel 188
  • Creekside SD: Channel 189
  • Vancouver SD: Channel 190
  • Cypress SD: Channel 191
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Nine HD
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
Foxtel HD+: one Channel for each venue
  • Whistler HD: Channel 196
  • Creekside HD: Channel 197
  • Vancouver HD: Channel 198
  • Cypress HD: Channel 199
[1][2]
 Austria ORF ORF1 ORF1 HD
 Azerbaijan İTV Free-to-air television broadcast:
iTV
 Belarus BTRC Free-to-air television broadcast:
First National Channel
LAD
NTV Belarus
 Belgium VRT
RTBF
Euro1080
Free-to-air television broadcast:
één
één+
Canvas
La Une
La Deux
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
Exqi Plus
Exqi Sport
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHT Free-to-air television broadcast:
BHT1
 Brazil Rede Record
Globosat
Terra Networks
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Rede Record
Record News
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SporTV
Internet rights:
Terra Networks
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Rede Record
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SporTV HD
 Bulgaria BNT Free-to-air television broadcast:
BNT 1
 Canada CTV Olympics
(CTVglobemedia / Rogers Media)
Free-to-air television:

CTV (mirrored on A Atlantic)[3]
V (mirrored on CPAC)[4]
Omni
Cable and satellite television:
TSN
RDS
Rogers Sportsnet
OLN
RIS
APTN
ATN
Radio:
Selected Rogers Media stations including news/talk stations (such as CKWX), The FAN (CJCL / CFAC), CISQ, CITI
Selected Corus Québec stations, primarily CKAC[5]

Free-to-air television:

CTV HD
V HD
Omni HD
Cable and satellite television:
TSN HD
RDS HD
Rogers Sportsnet HD
APTN HD

[6]
 Chile UCTV
TVN
Free-to-air television broadcast:
UCTV
TVN
 China CCTV CCTV-5

CCTV-HD

 Croatia HRT Free-to-air television broadcast:
HRT2
 Czech Republic ČT Free-to-air television broadcast:
ČT2
ČT4

ČT HD

 Denmark DR
TV2
Free-to-air television broadcast:
DR1
DR2
TV 2
Cable and satellite television:
TV 2 Zulu

DR HD

 Estonia ETV Free-to-air television broadcast:
ETV
ETV2
 Europe Eurosport Eurosport

Eurosport HD

 Finland YLE Free-to-air television broadcast:
YLE TV2 (Finnish)
YLE FST5 (Swedish)
Canal Digital satellite broadcast and selected cable networks:
YLE HD
 France France Télévisions France 2
France 3
France 4

France 2 HD

 Germany ARD
ZDF
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Das Erste
ZDF
EinsFestival
ZDFinfokanal

Das Erste HD
ZDF HD

 Greece ERT ET1
 Greenland KNR
 Hong Kong Cable TV
 Hungary MTV Free-to-air television broadcast:
MTV1
MTV2

m2 HD

 Iran IRIB Free-to-air television broadcast:
IRIB TV1
IRIB TV3
 Italy RAI
Sky Italia
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Rai Due
Rai Tre
Rai Sport Più
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SKY Olimpia 1 (Alpine skiing)
SKY Olimpia 2 (Nordic skiing)
SKY Olimpia 3 (Ice skating)
SKY Olimpia 4 (Ice hockey)
SKY Olimpia 5

Free-to-air television broadcast:
Rai Test HD
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SKY Olimpia 1 HD
SKY Olimpia 2 HD
SKY Olimpia 3 HD
SKY Olimpia 4 HD
SKY Olimpia 5 HD

[7]
 Japan NHK
Fuji TV
NTV
 Kazakhstan Arna Media Free-to-air television broadcast:
Khabar
El Arna
 Latvia LTV Free-to-air television broadcast:
LTV1
LTV7
 Lithuania LRT Free-to-air television broadcast:
LRT
LRT2
 Mexico XEIMT-TDT
TV Nuevo León
 Netherlands NOS Free-to-air television broadcast:
Nederland 1
Nederland 1 HD
 New Zealand SKY Network Television Free-to-air television broadcast:
Prime
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SKY Sport
  • SKY Sport 4
  • SKY Sport 5
  • SKY Sport 6
  • SKY Sport 7
 Norway NRK Free-to-air television broadcast:
NRK1
NRK2
Free-to-air television broadcast:
NRK1 HD
[8]
 Philippines Solar Entertainment Free-to-air television broadcast:
Solar TV
Cable and satellite television:
Solar Sports
[9]
 Poland TVP Free-to-air television broadcast:
TVP1
TVP2
Cable and satellite television:
TVP Sport
TVP HD
 Portugal RTP Free-to-air television broadcast:
RTP2
 Romania TVR Free-to-air television broadcast:
TVR1
TVR2
TVR HD [10]
 Russia Channel One
VGTRK
Free-to-air television broadcast:
Channel One
Russia 1
Russia 2
2 Sport 2 [11][12]
 Serbia RTS RTS2
 Slovakia STV Jednotka
Dvojka
Trojka
Trojka HD
 Slovenia RTV Free-to-air television broadcast:
SLO2
Free-to-air television broadcast:
SLO HD
 South Korea SBS Free-to-air television broadcast:
SBS
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
SBS Sports
SBS Golf
SBS-CNBC
Free-to-air television broadcast:
SBS HD
 Spain TVE TVE1
TVE2
Teledeporte
TVE HD
 Sweden SVT Free-to-air television broadcast:
SVT1
SVT2
SVT24
SVT Educational Broadcasting
Online:
SVT Play
Worldwide:
SVT World
Radio:
Radiosporten SR P3
Radiosporten SR P4

SVT HD

  Switzerland SRG SSR idée suisse SF zwei (German)
TSR 2 (French)
RSI La 2 (Italian)
HD suisse
 Turkey TRT TRT 3
 Ukraine NTU UT-1
 United Kingdom BBC BBC Two
BBC Three
British Eurosport
Radio:
BBC Radio 5 Live
BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra
BBC HD
Eurosport HD
 United States NBC Universal Free-to-air television broadcast:
NBC
Universal Sports
Telemundo
Cable and satellite television broadcast:
USA Network
CNBC
MSNBC
Radio:
Westwood One
NBC HD
MSNBC HD
CNBC HD
USA HD
Universal HD
[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Foxtel Olympic Winter Games Coverage
  2. ^ [2], Nine and Foxtel Win Olympic Coverage
  3. ^ CTV’s Hit Programs Join /A\ for a Special Two-Week Run, February 12 – 28, During Vancouver 2010 Archived 2011-07-19 at the Wayback Machine., CTV press release, 2010-01-12
  4. ^ CPAC and CTV Team Up to Deliver French Olympic Coverage, CPAC / COBMC press release, 2010-02-11
  5. ^ Corus Québec Joins Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium as Exclusive French-Language Radio Partner of Vancouver 2010, COBMC press release, May 14, 2009
  6. ^ CTV/Rogers press release, January 2009
  7. ^ [3][permanent dead link]
  8. ^ http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/kultur/1.6945889
  9. ^ http://www.solarsports.ph/winterolympics/
  10. ^ Special TVR webpage for the 2010 Olympics Archived 2010-01-27 at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^ Sport-express Russian: Заключены контракты на трансляции с крупных соревнований, включая Олимпийские игры в Ванкувере и чемпионат мира по футболу в ЮАР Archived 2009-12-14 at the Wayback Machine.
  12. ^ Vesti Russian: К Зимней Олимпиаде в России появится новый спортивный канал
  13. ^ [4], 2010 Olympic TV Schedule