List of 2022 Winter Olympics broadcasters

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The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing will be televised by a number of broadcasters throughout the world. As with previous years, Olympic Broadcasting Services will produce the world feed provided to local broadcasters for use in their coverage. In most regions, broadcast rights to the 2022 and 2024 Olympics were packaged together, but some broadcasters obtained rights to further games as well.

Broadcasters[edit]

In some countries, broadcast rights to the 2022 Winter Olympics are already agreed upon through existing long-term deals. In France and the United Kingdom, these are the first Games where Eurosport will be the main rightsholder; the BBC will sub-license a limited amount of coverage on free-to-air television, as part of a deal in which the BBC sold the pay-TV rights to the 2018 and 2020 Games to Eurosport.[1][2]

In China, domestic rights to these Games are owned by China Central Television (CCTV), with live rights being sublicensed by China Mobile's Migu streaming service.[3]

In the United States, these Games will once again be broadcast by NBCUniversal properties, as part of its US$7.75 billion contract[4] to air the Olympics through 2032.[5] The 2022 edition of the Super Bowl—championship game of the National Football League (NFL) and historically the most-watched television broadcast in the United States annually—is tentatively scheduled during an ongoing Olympics for the first time in its history. On 13 March 2019, it was announced that NBC had traded 2021's Super Bowl LV to CBS (which, alongside Fox and NBC, alternate airing the Super Bowl on a three-year rotation) in favour of the 2022 games. Holding rights to both events will prevent them from competing for viewership and advertising sales, and also allow NBC to create synergies and advertising packages for them (as it did during Super Bowl LII, which was played prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics and also televised by NBC).[6][7]

Territory Rights holder Ref
 Afghanistan ATN [8]
 Armenia APMTV [9]
 Andorra RTVA [10]
 Australia Seven Network [11]
 Austria ORF [10]
 Asia Dentsu[i] [12]
 Belarus Belteleradio [10]
 Belgium [13][14]
 Bolivia Bolivisión [10]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BHRT [10]
 Brazil Grupo Globo [15]
 Brunei RTB [10]
 Bulgaria BNT [10]
 Burkina Faso RTB [10]
 Cambodia Hang Meas [10]
 Canada [16][17][18]
 Cape Verde RTC [10]
 Caribbean Sportsmax [10]
 Chile TVN [10]
 China [19][20]
 Chinese Taipei [10]
 Colombia Caracol Televisión [21]
 Costa Rica Repretel [10]
 Croatia HRT [22]
 Czech Republic ČT [10]
 Denmark [23]
 Dominican Republic Antena 7 [10]
 East Timor RTTL [10]
 Ecuador
[10]
 El Salvador Canal 12 [10]
 Estonia Postimees Group [24]
 Ethiopia ETV [10]
 Europe Eurosport[ii] [25]
 Finland Yle [26]
 France France Télévisions [27]
 Georgia GPB [10]
 Germany [28]
 Ghana GBC [10]
 Greece ERT [29]
 Guatemala Televisión Guatemalteca [10]
 Honduras VTV [10]
 Hong Kong TVB [30]
 Hungary MTVA [31]
 Iceland RÚV [24]
 Israel Sports Channel [10]
 Italy RAI [32]
 Ivory Coast RTI [10]
 Japan Japan Consortium [33]
 Kazakhstan [34]
 Kosovo RTK [9]
 Kyrgyzstan KTRK [10]
 Laos LNTV [10]
 Latin America[iii] América Móvil [35]
 Latvia LTV [10]
 Liechtenstein SRG SSR [10]
 Lithuania TV3 [24]
 Macau TDM [36]
 Malawi MBC [10]
 Malaysia [37]
 Mauritius MBC [10]
 MENA beIN Sports [38]
 Moldova TVR [10]
 Mongolia [10]
 Mozambique STV [10]
 Namibia NBC [10]
 Netherlands NOS [39]
 Norway TVNorge [40]
 New Zealand Sky [41]
 Nicaragua Canal 10 [10]
 North Korea SBS [42]
 Pacific Islands Sky [41]
 Paraguay SNT [10]
 Peru Grupo ATV [43]
 Philippines Cignal TV [10]
 Poland TVP [44]
 Russia [10]
 Samoa SBC [10]
 Seychelles SBC [10]
  Switzerland SRG SSR [10]
 Sweden Kanal 5 [45]
 Serbia RTS [24]
 Singapore Mediacorp [46]
 Slovakia RTVS [47]
 Slovenia RTV [24]
 South Africa [48]
 South Korea [42][10]
 Spain RTVE [24]
 Sub-Saharan Africa [48][49]
 Tajikistan TV Varzish [10]
 Thailand
[50][10]
 Ukraine Suspilne [10]
 United Kingdom [51]
 United States NBCUniversal [52]
 Uruguay TNU [10]
 Uzbekistan MTRK [10]
 Venezuela TVes [10]

Notes

  1. ^ Rights to be sold to local broadcasters
  2. ^ Free-to-air rights to be sold to local broadcasters, except Russia
  3. ^ Except Brazil

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