: USA Network
USA Network, the No. 1 network in basic cable and seen in nearly 94 million homes, will feature live coverage of Team USA. The USA men's and women's basketball and soccer teams will be a staple of USA Network's 165 hours of Olympic coverage from Beijing. USA begins coverage on Saturday, Aug. 9 with 12 hours of live soccer and basketball and also will offer live tennis, volleyball or water polo everyday until Aug. 24.
MSNBC, available in 90.3 million households, will carry a total of 175 hours over 19 days. MSNBC will provide live, weekday, long-form coverage of a full range of Olympic sports, including softball, soccer, beach volleyball, wrestling, basketball, volleyball and weightlifting. On each of the two days prior to the Opening Ceremony, Wednesday, Aug. 6 and Thursday, Aug. 7, MSNBC also will provide coverage of the opening soccer matches.
In its second Olympic broadcast, Telemundo, which reaches 93 percent of total U.S. Hispanic households, together with its Olympic website Telemundo.NBCOlympics.com, will provide more than 380 hours of Olympic coverage over 19 days, exclusively in Spanish. Telemundo will feature live men's and women's soccer, basketball, gymnastics, diving, volleyball, as well as track and field, swimming and baseball. Telemundo begins its competition coverage the day before the Opening Ceremony, Thursday, Aug. 7, with two men's soccer matches. The U.S. Hispanic network will also broadcast special programs focusing on the participating Latin American countries and the Hispanic athletes.
Telemundo.NBCOlympics.com will feature up-to-the-minute information and exclusive content. Photo galleries, videos, profiles of prominent Olympians, news, historic information and images from Beijing will be available on the site. Users will also find more than 220 hours of broadband video of the Beijing Games and past Olympics.
A total of 2,200 hours of Olympics coverage of 25 different sports will be streamed live via broadband on NBCOlympics.com. A complete list of each sport is below:
NBCOlympics.com will provide up-to-the-minute television schedule information, breaking news, instantaneous results and video highlights