Youth Olympic Games 2020 Broadcast Rights and Coverage

Youth Olympic Games 2020 Broadcast Rights: The Olympic Channel recently announced the coverage strategy for the third edition of the Youth Olympic Games. The Youth Olympic Games 2020 will take place from 9th to 22nd January 2020. This coverage strategy includes Youth Olympic Games 2020  live streaming, a dedicated Youth Olympics Games channel and daily live shows.

The Olympic Channel’s coverage will be provided worldwide. The streaming will begin from the Opening Ceremony that is scheduled to take place on 9th January 2020. The ceremony will be streamed live from the Olympic Capital of Lausanne.

Youth Olympic Games 2020 Broadcast Rights

2020 Youth Olympic Games

The athletes will compete at Lausanne 2020 in 8 sports across 16 disciplines in 81 medal events. In addition to traditional winter Olympic sports such as alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice hockey, luge, Nordic combined, short track speed skating, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding and speed skating, the Winter YOG will also feature sports such as monobob bobsleigh and ski mountaineering.

Youth Olympic Games 2020 Broadcast Rights

“The Winter Youth Olympic Games provide a fun format for young athletes to experience the Olympic spirit as they work toward achieving their goals and dreams,” said Mary Byrne, Editor in Chief of the IOC’s global Olympic Channel.

“The Youth Olympic Games 2020 broadcast rights coverage of Lausanne 2020 ensures a worldwide audience for the YOG and will kick off an important year for our team as our daily coverage of Olympic sports and athletes continues to build toward next summer’s Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.”

2020 Youth Olympic Games Live Streaming & Coverage

Live Streaming: Event coverage across the Winter YOG competition will be available both live and on-demand on the Olympic Channel and its mobile apps.

Daily Live Show: An action-packed daily live show will showcase news, trending stories, highlights, and interviews in a round-up of the day’s events. The live show will stream live on Facebook, Twitter, and olympicchannel.com.

Olympic Channel Podcast: The Olympic Channel will produce a daily podcast during the Winter YOG. It will feature insightful interviews with personalities from across the Olympic world. This will help the viewers to take an in-depth look at the stories and competition taking place in Lausanne 2020.

Social Media: Fans can also follow the Olympic Channel’s coverage on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. This will help them learn more about the sports featured at the Winter YOG. It will also assist to take part in the fun by interacting with athletes and for behind-the-scenes action.

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