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London Olympics 2012 Viewer's Guide: Television Coverage, How To Watch Online And More

The 2012 London Olympic Games are set to begin shortly, and fans who want to catch the action from London can take advantage of full coverage both on television and online. NBC is providing television coverage for the Games, utilizing all of their networks: the flagship network, the NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo, Telemundo, and special channels set up for the Basketball and Soccer events will all be showing the Games. With the action coming out of London, many events start very early in the morning. Check out the complete listings at NBC Olympics (by time or by sport) to make sure you don't miss your favorite events.

Streaming coverage of 2012 London Olympics comes via NBC Olympics Live Extra, though a cable or satellite subscription is required to watch online. Live Extra will provide coverage of everything at the Games, all 302 events from all 32 sports. For a more concise take on things, check out the video highlights, interviews, and expert insight, all of which is available to those without a subscription.

Stick with SB Nation Atlanta for coverage of local athletes and local connections to the 2012 Olympic Games. For full coverage, head over to SB Nation's London Olympics hub.

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