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NBC's $7 billion Olympics deal will keep the games tied to cable TV until 2032

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    NBC's $7 billion Olympics deal will keep the games tied to cable TV until 2032

    The good news, is that NBC has at least seen the light on live broadcasting, and made all the events (except for the Opening Ceremony) available for viewing as they happened on the internet or TV during the 2014 Winter Games. Of course -- rather predictably since NBCUniversal is owned by Comcast -- it's still tying access to those internet streams to having a cable or satellite TV subscription, and it seems unlikely that will change any time soon....

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