The first livestream is set to air on February 10.
Every Olympic event will be streamed live.
This is not the first time Snapchat will cover the Olympics. For example, until recently, YouTube TV did not support Roku or Apple TV. Otherwise, your video will cut out after a half-hour grace period.
Have you run across other alternatives for watching the Olympics? These include NBC, USA, CNBC, and NBC Sports Network. Once signed up, you can watch any of the channels on your computer via the DirecTV Now website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the DirecTV Now app. Additionally, many online TV services offer a free seven day trial.
The Olympics will continue until the closing ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25, which will air on a delay on NBC.
All four of these cable channels will also be streamed online.
As one might expect, the Olympic Channel will be dedicated exclusively to the Winter Games throughout the duration. That means the spotlight will be on all athletes, not just Americans. NBC also plans digital-only shows, including a daily two-hour wrap-up starting at noon ET (2 a.m. the next morning in Pyeongchang).
The new Live feature will be available on iOS as well as Android, so everyone would have access to it.
But, really, that's not even the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Olympics coverage.
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Once riders start their trips, riders can use their Uber app to access interviews, highlights, and content from NBC Olympics' broadcast team. That arrangement calls for a revenue split on advertising sold alongside that content, but the live feeds won't include ads.
This time, VR is available on Google Daydream and Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets as well. Go to the websites' sign-up pages, and you will usually be asked to enter your zip code in order to confirm what's available.
VR isn't meant to replace television.
A division of the NBC Sports Group, NBC Olympics is responsible for producing, programming and promoting NBC Universal's Olympic coverage. And you'll need to know what's airing where and when to fully get the most of it. There will be no cameras on the rink or on any athletes, however.
Google's YouTube TV has the lowest price for all five Olympic TV channels, at $35 a month.
Sling TV is one of the more affordable options on the market. In excluded markets, you could check out a rival.
You can also join the Olympics Fans of the PNW! They cost from $30-40 a month.
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NBC and Snap inked a deal that will see Snapchat broadcast live coverage from the 2018 games. It has schedules, news and 3-D and drone views of the venues. Snap is full of video, but it has never been a place for live, appointment video.