The International Olympic Committee set Aug. 21 as the the launch date for its promotional Internet-video destination — the Olympic Channel — designed to sustain fan interest in athletes and…
International Olympic Committee
Discovery Communications and Eurosport have snapped up most European multiplatform broadcast and distribution rights for the four Olympic Games between 2018–2024 in a landmark deal inked in Lausanne…
Tokyo won the vote for 2020 Summer Olympic Games on Saturday, beating out two other finalists Istanbul and Madrid. The Japanese capital city previously held the Summer Olympics in 1964, while the…
The Human Rights Campaign has called on Hollywood studios to use the high profile platform of film premieres to take a stand against Russia’s anti-gay propaganda laws. In a letter to the major studio…
NBC Sports chief Mark Lazarus on Saturday acknowledged that the network will address the controversy stirred by Russia’s new anti-gay laws in the Peacock’s coverage of February’s winter Olympics in…
With increasing criticism of a newly passed law in Russia that criminalizes so-called gay “propaganda,” observers say NBC will have to address the issue in some fashion as it broadcasts the Winter…
When it comes to causes, Hollywood is engaged. But look for celebs to grapple with an unexpected issue next: wrestling.
Bidding for both Winter and Summer Games is likely to begin in the fall.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is postponing plans to launch its own TV channel in the face of objections from international Olympic officials.
USA Gymnastics signed a deal Wednesday to air its biggest events on NBC and cable partner Universal Sports through 2012.
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