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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:17:20 AM
If you are in the USA and are disappointed by the Olympic coverage, you can get a Canadian IP address and receive the CBC Olympic coverage.


L.A.-based Olympics fan Morgan Linton said Monday that he and his Canadian-born wife were so disappointed in NBC's delayed coverage they turned to a foreign IP provider for live CBC and BBC feeds.

"It's terrible," A Linton said of NBC's Internet stream in particular.

"They pretty much show two athletes and then 10 minutes of commercials and then another two athletes and then 10 minutes of commercials and they are still not covering all the athletes around the world. ... I'd say 90 per cent of what we're watching is CBC streaming."

Linton was so incensed with NBC's coverage he posted an open letter to the broadcaster online.

"By not providing live coverage of the Olympics, NBC has made it impossible to enjoy something that we look forward to so much," he wrote on medium.com and morganlinton.com.

"So today we made the decision to say goodbye to NBC, pony up the $12/month fee, and buy a Canadian IP address so we can watch CBC's live coverage."

A spokesperson for NBC Sports pointed out that NBC Universal is presenting more than 1,500 hours of Olympics coverage, more than 1,200 of which are live.

"NBCSN is televising live every performance in the figure skating competition the first time that has ever been offered in an Olympics and the channels of NBCUniversal are offering live coverage of men's and women's hockey, bobsled, Nordic combined, cross-country skiing, speed skating, and ski jumping," the spokesperson said in an emailed statement, adding that NBCOlympics.com offers live streaming of every event.

Still, NBC's coverage is dwarfed by that of CBC and its broadcast partners, which offer more than 1,500 hours of TV and another 1,500 hours of online streaming.

Nevertheless, the nine-hour time difference between Sochi and North America's Eastern Time zone has been brutal for Olympics fans looking for live coverage on either side of the border.

CBC offers live material but only after midnight and into the late morning.

As with NBC, CBC's prime-time coverage consists of packaged highlights well after events have taken place. But Linton said it's still more comprehensive and international in scope than what he could find in his homeland.

And Linton points out CBC's online stream is available to anyone in Canada while NBC's Live Extra online service requires an account with an existing cable/satellite provider and a specific cable package.

He said he upgraded his basic package on Saturday to access those feeds, and admitted he had yet to fully explore his new TV options. But he complained about having to pay for something that CBC appeared to provide for free.

CBC declined to comment on U.S. residents accessing Canadian-only streaming, with a representative saying only that the public broadcaster is complying with its International Olympic Committee contract.

The complaints are reminiscent of those that emerged during the 2012 Olympics in London, when a massive social media backlash emerged from viewers annoyed they couldn't watch programming live and online for free. They rallied around the hashtag #NBCFail, and that Twitter phrase seems to have made a strong comeback with the Sochi Games.

According to the social-analytics site Topsy, #NBCFail was used more than 14,000 times in the week leading up to Monday afternoon.

I hate you @NBCOlympics, tweeted someone with the handle @KiraAynDavis. the burning heat of a thousand suns #NBCFail I hate you.

"Dear @NBCOlympics, Fix your website. It sucks Thanks, The world #Sochi2014 #SochiProblems #NBCFail," added a poster with the handle @The Matas.

If that wasn't enough, a petition dated Monday demanded the U.S. government rescind NBC's monopoly on the broadcast and distribution of the Olympics Games."

American citizens should have the ability to watch, share, and enjoy athletes from all nations, in all disciplines as they compete on a world stage, states the petition, which had only garnered eight signatures at petitions.whitehouse.gov as of Monday afternoon.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:20:09 AM
I honestly do not see how NBC can get away with such crappy, limited, uninformed coverage. The running joke around here is that on CBC, the world competes but on NBC only the States showed up to play.

We did have a taste of that bad coverage here in Canada when CTV had the rights, but thankfully the rights were returned to CBC who actually know how to cover sports properly.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:26:44 AM
We are having to put up with crummy coverage in Australia too. The camera-work is sloppy; the commentary appalling. It's like amateur hour. Unfortunately we have no other option here.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:56:05 AM
I find the nbc coverage to be too sensational and the announcers too excitable.
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Posted: 2/11/2014 8:28:42 AM
NBC wants to talk about their 'online/live' coverage, but when I tried to use their app, I had to log into my cable station - I don't have cable anymore, just internet. It's a freaking over the air channel! I don't know if their website is the same way, or not, but don't brag about your online coverage, NBC, if it's not available to EVERYONE!


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Posted: 2/11/2014 8:31:32 AM
What I've figured out about NBC is that they kind of spoil the results for us. They only show us the American athletes, then preference to Russian and Canadians, then only anyone who won a medal.




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Posted: 2/11/2014 9:42:31 AM
I am lucky enough to live close enough to the border to get CBC coverage - it's all we watch.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 9:48:15 AM
I'll be interested to see how Olympic coverage changes over time. I fully understand people's frustration with spoilers - particularly heavy social media users who either have to give up twitter/facebook/etc or know the results before they turn on the tv in the evening.

I do think however, for the vast majority of viewers, nbc is giving Americans exactly what they want to see. For most of these events, people don't want to see the 40-50 competitors, they want to see the US participants and the winners. It's a very small - and VOCAL minority who are knowledgeable and/or interested enough in the particular sport to want to watch all of it - not to mention having the TIME. I admit, that I can't fully appreciate the skill or technique of ski jumping or biathlon to really enjoy watching those events in full. I want to see a snippet of what they are and see how the best in the world do, if there's an American in there, how are they doing? - but other than that move on. I surely don't have 1,500 hours to devote (which is what NBC's Universal is showing - so I surely don't need an extra 1,500 hours! I can't think of anything thus far, that I really wanted to see more of.

Now if it was swimming it would be different - I watch every single heat of that - much to my family's dismay!




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Posted: 2/11/2014 11:28:20 AM
When I was stationed in Arizona (Davis-Monthan AF one of the cable channels was German, and I loved their coverage of the Olympics, and other international news. When we were in California, they had the same German Cable channel and then dropped it. It is not available to us in the Baltimore area.

There are a couple international sites that while they don't have LIVE coverage, they have video up rather fast after the event.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:04:22 PM
I've been Tuning in to NBC Sports Network - cable - it's live and I've been very pleased with it versus the regular nbc station coverage which is awful.

On nbcsn I've been able to watch every one of the 20 pairs perform today, for instance. I'm curious to see how many if any nbc chooses yo air on prime time later - my guess is 5.

I definitely don't have or need 1200-1500 hours but I am enjoying having the option of seeing all of the competitors versus what they hand pick for me to see.



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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:07:29 PM
And here I was thinking I was the only one sorely disappointed in NBC's coverage. Glad to know I'm not alone. I distinctly remember last Olympics there was tons of coverage. Multiple stations (in the NBC network) covering all kinds of sports. I feel like this time it's just highlights, and sparse ones at that.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:08:25 PM

On nbcsn I've been able to watch every one of the 20 pairs perform today, for instance. I'm curious to see how many if any nbc chooses yo air on prime time later - my guess is 5.


I don't think there's any question they will air some of them - figure skating has the highest viewership of any Winter Olympic Sport. I don't disagree that 5 is a pretty good guess - maybe as many as 8 as it's the short program, right?

ETA and don't say how they did!!! I've given up CNN and facebook, so I'm not surprised.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:11:42 PM

I distinctly remember last Olympics there was tons of coverage. Multiple stations (in the NBC network) covering all kinds of sports. I feel like this time it's just highlights, and sparse ones at that.


It looks like they are using different channels (as well as streaming) Perhaps this guide will help you find what you're looking for, and hopefully you get the channel!

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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:25:28 PM
Thanks, OP - I just signed up for the Canadian IP. I owe you one!!!

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Posted: 2/11/2014 12:27:17 PM

And here I was thinking I was the only one sorely disappointed in NBC's coverage. Glad to know I'm not alone. I distinctly remember last Olympics there was tons of coverage.

That's funny because I remember hearing these exact same complaints.

NBS is supposed to show the Olympics on 5 different channels. One thing that my cable company has is all 5 channels next to each other on very high numbers so that you can easily channel surf through all 5. They are 4 digit numbers........1465, 1466, etc. However, so far, I have only found Olympics coverage on NBC and NBCSN.

I have noticed the same thing that Annabella has noticed at least on the NBC coverage. They show the Americans, Canadians, Russians and very few of the other countries unless they won a medal.





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Posted: 2/11/2014 1:27:59 PM
I just thought of something...if I go ahead and switch over to a Canadian IP, can I come back to my original one, or is it permanent?

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Posted: 2/11/2014 1:32:26 PM
I couldn't agree more! I too am lucky enough to live close to the border. I watched about 10 minutes of NBC last night and gave up and went CBC.

Bob Costa's pink eye is enough to make me want to itch, but the commentary is not good either. And if I can continue to rail... Matt Lauer ruined the opening ceremonies with his pointless and IMO off base blather.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 1:43:19 PM
I make my husband pause the tv so I can fast forward through Bob Costas...and Matt Lauer is just as bad.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 2:33:53 PM
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Posted: 2/11/2014 3:26:36 PM
I'm glad I am not the only one annoyed by the poor coverage. I thought in the past there were more channels with coverage not just a couple.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 3:32:23 PM
Thankfully our cable company carries CBC. We live close enough to the border that when we did not have cable, we were still able to get it with an antenna. I haven't even turned the channel to NBC when watching the Olympics. I only watch it on CBC.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 3:57:41 PM
Not only are they cutting down on the number of athletes shown, they are also editing down those athletes' races.
Was just watching the women's sliding races and they only showed about 30-45 seconds of 3+ minute runs. I guess NBC thinks we are all ADD?


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Posted: 2/11/2014 4:47:53 PM
CBC does have great coverage.

I live in a border state so we have it as part of our regular channel lineup. One thing that I do miss when I just watch the CBC broadcast is a lot of the little stories/bios about the US Athletes. Many times that is the part of the broadcast that I most enjoy. So truthfully I go back and forth.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 6:30:02 PM
We signed up for a VPN and got a UK IP address when we moved to the US just so we could access the BBC iPlayer. After the debarcle of the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony on NBC, I will only watch Olympic coverage on the BBC. They show everything live, and have a great recap show every evening, that shows all the highlights regardless of which country is represented. Plus there are no interruptions for ad breaks
I suppose coming from a country that is not very successful sport-wise, our coverage tends to be more comprehensive. If we just concentrated on our athletes, they probably wouldn't have enough to fill a half hour show


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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:06:26 PM

CBC offers live material but only after midnight and into the late morning.




CBC's live coverage starts at 9 pm each night here on the west coast, and we see what's happening at 9 am the next day in Sochi. We have found that what we watch on one evening (and is again replayed on CBC at 9 am the next morning, with highlights in early evening) is not played on NBC until the next evening, a full 24 hours after it actually happened! It was very confusing at first when we started watching races that were qualifiers for finals we already watched.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:08:52 PM
PS: you shouldn't have to buy a Canadian IP address - I use a US IP address on my Smart TV to watch US netflix. I just google 'US IP addresses' - you should be able to do the same for Cdn I would think? I can switch it back and forth if I want to, and it doesn't effect any other online devices in the house.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:11:54 PM
I would like more coverage, but I don't have time for more coverage. I'm already taping whats out there and getting behind

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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:14:09 PM
I tried watching it for three days. Don't feel like paying $12.00 to see better coverage. I think I'm officially done watching. I'll just watch the news for highlights.

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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:19:43 PM
Glad to know it's not just me. The senseless babbling by Meredith and Matt during the Opening Ceremony could have put a coked up squirrel to sleep.

Bob Costas' pus oozing eye is disgusting, but replacing him with Matt Lauer is silly. They should have gotten a sportscaster.

I've been watching on NBCSPORTS, and that's been ok. I realize it's difficult to broadcast what everyone wants to see, but their assumption that people only want to see Americans and we only like figure skating seems ridiculous. And yeah, NBC must think we all have the attention span of a gnat, they run commercials every 8 minutes in prime time.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 7:48:44 PM
CBC has great coverage. They are part of our basic cable so we can switch between NBC and CBC. I hate that NBC will air popular events that ended hours earlier in the latest part of their broadcast. I can't stay up that late when I have to work the next day.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 8:04:00 PM
Seems like they really can't win. You want to see more sports but also more athletes in each sport. How does that work? I guess I only have a short amount of time each day to watch so I'm ok with what they are showing.


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Posted: 2/11/2014 10:03:20 PM
I'd rather watch Costas and his poor eyes than Matt Lauer. Has Lauer actually *looked* in a mirror lately? He looks terrible. And his personality/delivery isn't any better than his appearance. Ugh....


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Posted: 2/11/2014 10:46:45 PM

I distinctly remember last Olympics there was tons of coverage. Multiple stations (in the NBC network) covering all kinds of sports. I feel like this time it's just highlights, and sparse ones at that.



It looks like they are using different channels (as well as streaming) Perhaps this guide will help you find what you're looking for, and hopefully you get the channel!






1) The website sucks on a mobile device.
2) I'm getting coverage on the other NBC channels I did before..... and watching when the coverage is live does show all the atheletes. I only have a basic cable package and have found the schedules by going to TVGuide.com and typing in Olympics.

Tara Lipinski and Johhny Weir do the coverage live of the ice skating, and I am enjoying their commentaries. They are so respectful of the skaters along with outstanding technical knowledge.

The coverage replayed at night is of fewer skaters and the commentators are different. It's the same format that they've done forever and a day.

I've always been envious of more coverage.





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Seems like they really can't win. You want to see more sports but also more athletes in each sport. How does that work? I guess I only have a short amount of time each day to watch so I'm ok with what they are showing.



How does that work? Well, we've been watching the Olympics both on CBC and BBC (through a paid for VPN) and CBC has hardly any advertising while BBC has NONE. Therefore you get to watch more sports AND more athletes in each sport in the same amount of time as NBC uses. Both CBC and BBC also recognize its a worldwide competition and show many countries other than their own.


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Posted: 2/12/2014 12:57:00 PM
I'm very pleased with Johnny weir and tara lipinski's coverage - very nice, informative, insightful. Too bad they don't use their commentaries on the footage seen on prime time .


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Posted: 2/12/2014 1:02:46 PM

How does that work?
Watch CBC and find out. On their app alone, I can watch events live, watch repeats of full events or watch highlights.


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Posted: 2/12/2014 1:07:07 PM

Watch CBC and find out. On their app alone, I can watch events live, watch repeats of full events or watch highlights.
Their app is amazing. I watch two events at the same time... one on my TV and one on my iPad. I suppose I could watch 3 by putting it on my iPhone, but that's a bit ridiculous.

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Posted: 2/12/2014 1:09:41 PM

I watch two events at the same time... one on my TV and one on my iPad. I suppose I could watch 3 by putting it on my iPhone, but that's a bit ridiculous.
Hard core. I was just happy to be able to watch the full Women's Sky Slopestyle yesterday morning while getting ready for work. Oh, and the women's hockey game today, live, while at work.


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Posted: 2/14/2014 11:38:23 AM
The great thing about CBC right now is that you DON'T have to put in info of cable or sat provider. CTV and Bell Media on the other hand... now do. If you don't subscribe to Bell, than you have limited access.

There are free VPNs out there. I'm looking into Hola Unblocker. It gives 4 hours free a day. For a fee, you get unlimited. It has very good reviews and more recently went to a paying system because it's so popular. What I love about it is I'd be able to watch British stuff. We are getting rid of Sat because it's just so expensive. I hate that Bell doesn't have an option to pick the channels you ONLY want. After all the regular channels we just want Space, HBO and AMC. That's IT! Yet we have to fork over way too money to get those.


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Posted: 2/14/2014 2:56:46 PM

I'm very pleased with Johnny weir and tara lipinski's coverage - very nice, informative, insightful. Too bad they don't use their commentaries on the footage seen on prime time .


I agree, Johnny and Tara are so much better than Scott Hamilton and whoever else does the prime time commentary.


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