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In a similar manner to how the BBC covered Glastonbury 2013, viewers will be able to pick and choose which streams to watch from a number of devices.

As well as this, fans will be given editor-like powers to navigate between video streams with BBC Radio 5 Live broadcasts, online news stories and statistics.

The new live stream switcher will be accessible on mobiles, tablets (iOS, Android, Kindle Fire) and through the BBC Sport app. The Connected Red Button service on Virgin Media TiVo, Sony’s Freeview Smart TVs and other connected TVs with the BBC Sport app will also be able to tune into the action.

Heading to the BBC Sport website on your desktop means you’ll be able to access all of the same content from one live page.

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A range of on-demand video clips will be available on the live page, letting you catch-up on the highlights before the live action kicks off. Social media chatter and comments sent in via text and email will frame the action, alongside commentary from BBC reports.

Medal tables and summaries of events will be presented alongside a rolling list of Twitter-style updates and live text commentary which the BBC promises will update faster than ever before.

Whichever device you access BBC Sport on during the 2014 Winter Olympics, the content will dynamically adjust to the screen’s size. Click the thumbnails above to get an idea of how the page will look on desktop browsers (left) and on phones (right).

Live streams will automatically switch to HD depending on the device you’re using and the quality of your connection.

Daily highlights will be also broadcast on BBC Two and BBC Two HD as well as on BBC iPlayer.

The BBC says that this represents the beginning of how major live sporting events will be covered online, following director general Tony Hall’s vision announced in October 2013. Future live events including the World Cup and Commonwealth Games as well as non-sporting events such as Election Night.

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The opening ceremony of the 2014

Winter Olympics will take place at Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia

, on February 7, 2014, starting at 20:14 Moscow

Date: Feb 7, 2014, 8:00 PM GMT+04:00

Venue: Fisht Olympic Stadium

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The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics began on Feb. 6 with a taste of snowboarding and figure skating competition, and they will continue through Feb. 23. In America, NBC will air events with their primetime coverage, late-night replays and online streaming content. In the UK, BBC will air event coverage and live stream the Winter Games.

If you need Olympics 2014 live stream options to keep up with all the action in Russia while on-the-go here in the States, we’ve got you covered below the jump. ( You’ll also find out where to get general Olympics TV schedule listings.)

Sochi Olympics 2014 Live Stream Feeds: Watch XXII Winter Games Online

Sports fans will be able to completely steep themselves in Olympics XXII culture this year, with over 1,500 hours of programming coming their way on NBC and its many iterations. NBC will offer extensive network coverage and the streaming content available for online viewers.

Primetime coverage will be on a 9-hour tape delay due to the time difference between the various time zones of the US and Sochi, Russia. Live streamed feeds presenting the events will be live, as the name suggests, though fans in the US will not be able to live stream the Olympics Opening ceremony on Friday, Feb. 7.

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To protect the integrity of the ceremony, Mark Lazarus, chairman of NBC Sports Group said the network wants to “put context to it, with the full pageantry it deserves.” NBC feels watching the Opening Ceremony via live stream without hosts and the framing of network event programming would rob the viewer of the full experience.

The spectacle will take place Friday morning; US viewers will be able to watch Friday evening as part of their local Olympics TV schedule. Determine your Opening Ceremony time and channel, as well as a full set of Olympics TV schedule listings, here.

Find free Sochi Olympics 2014 live stream feeds and watch the XXII Winter Games online at the NBC Live Extra website. (If you are a cable and satellite subscriber to participating providers, that is.)

Fans who want to use their phones or tablets to watch the XXII Winter Games online can get Olympics live stream access via the NBC Sports Live app. The app is free for many device platforms, including iPhones and many Android devices. (Check the App Store linked to your device.)

NBC’s moneyed grip on the Olympics means that it has traveled a technological path that no other network has. It has shown the Games entirely on broadcast television. It has added multiple cable networks. Now, it is live-streaming virtually every event to an ecosystem increasingly populated by tablets and smartphones.

With the Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, almost here, it is worth remembering that four years ago NBC streamed only hockey and curling from Vancouver. Now, all 15 sports will be streamed live — to those authenticating their cable, satellite and telephone accounts — from Vladimir V. Putin’s subtropical wonderland.

NBC believes that its television viewership throughout the day and, in particular, during prime time, will be enhanced by fans who are watching live on their computers or iPads. NBC arrived at this realization two years ago during the Summer Games in London, where all events were streamed live.

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“I think four or five days in, we felt a degree of confidence that we had a formula that was working well,” Mark Lazarus, the chairman of the NBC Sports Group, said Wednesday from Sochi.

For a rundown of the household names you probably don’t know yet but soon will (think Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Bruce Jenner…America really likes to give its Olympians the celebrity treatment), click here for basic Team USA athlete profiles.

Research from the London Games found that the more devices on which people watched the Olympics, the more they watched television.

Someone watching the Olympics only on television breathed in 4 hours 19 minutes of coverage daily, according to the research. Add a personal computer or a laptop, and TV consumption rose to 4:28.

With a mobile phone added, TV viewing rose to five hours, and with a tablet tossed in, the average time watching TV shot up to 6:07. Now, of course, tablets and smartphones are far more prevalent, raising the likelihood that viewing on all screens will increase, making NBC executives happier than they were in London.

“A relatively small number of people is streaming during the day, but they are fans and they’re very enthusiastic,” said Alan Wurtzel, NBC Universal’s president of research and media development. “They primed the pump and let people know that something incredible was going on. Simultaneous viewing is a rising tide that benefits all boats.”

The research also found that 64 percent of live streamers shared the results. All live streams will be replayed later in the day, but well before prime time, and then archived for viewing on demand the next day.

The technology of streaming has improved since the London Olympics, as has the ability of devices to show the programming. NBC is relying on those upgrades to increase the multiple-screen viewing and the time spent watching.

“We’re 16 to 18 months further along,” Lazarus said. “We’re hopeful that when people get bothered by streaming problems — and we’ll take some of the blame — sometimes it’s the carriers and sometimes it’s the connection in home. But all in all, the chain is stronger for everybody.”

Despite the digital revolution, NBC is still focused on its Olympic prime-time show. It is where most of the viewers are. It is where the advertisers pay the most for commercials. It is where what NBC calls the “curated” version of what happened in daylight in Sochi — along with features, studio commentary and commercials — will be shown to the evening audience.

The opening ceremony Friday will not be streamed live, but will be only on NBC in prime time. This has been sacrosanct territory for NBC. Perhaps even when Olympic sports are streamed through your contact lenses, this exception will remain intact. The rationale is that it is not an event with a final score. It is a national, choreographed pageant that requires narration and geographic context.

Sometimes, of course, the opening ceremony defies explanation to audiences of different cultures. And some people believe that they should be able to see it as it unfolds, regardless of any confusion, and they are not wrong. But to NBC, this is pure entertainment, part of an expensive purchase of rights, which it can use to garner high ratings through a delayed showing.

Find free Sochi Olympics 2014 live stream feeds and watch the XXII Winter Games online at the NBC Live Extra website. (If you are a cable and satellite subscriber to participating providers, that is.)

Fans who want to use their phones or tablets to watch the XXII Winter Games online can get Olympics live stream access via the NBC Sports Live app. The app is free for many device platforms, including iPhones and many Android devices. (Check the App Store linked to your device.)

NBC’s moneyed grip on the Olympics means that it has traveled a technological path that no other network has. It has shown the Games entirely on broadcast television. It has added multiple cable networks. Now, it is live-streaming virtually every event to an ecosystem increasingly populated by tablets and smartphones.

With the Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, almost here, it is worth remembering that four years ago NBC streamed only hockey and curling from Vancouver. Now, all 15 sports will be streamed live — to those authenticating their cable, satellite and telephone accounts — from Vladimir V. Putin’s subtropical wonderland.

NBC believes that its television viewership throughout the day and, in particular, during prime time, will be enhanced by fans who are watching live on their computers or iPads. NBC arrived at this realization two years ago during the Summer Games in London, where all events were streamed live.

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“I think four or five days in, we felt a degree of confidence that we had a formula that was working well,” Mark Lazarus, the chairman of the NBC Sports Group, said Wednesday from Sochi.

For a rundown of the household names you probably don’t know yet but soon will (think Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Bruce Jenner…America really likes to give its Olympians the celebrity treatment), click here for basic Team USA athlete profiles.

Research from the London Games found that the more devices on which people watched the Olympics, the more they watched television.

Someone watching the Olympics only on television breathed in 4 hours 19 minutes of coverage daily, according to the research. Add a personal computer or a laptop, and TV consumption rose to 4:28.

With a mobile phone added, TV viewing rose to five hours, and with a tablet tossed in, the average time watching TV shot up to 6:07. Now, of course, tablets and smartphones are far more prevalent, raising the likelihood that viewing on all screens will increase, making NBC executives happier than they were in London.

“A relatively small number of people is streaming during the day, but they are fans and they’re very enthusiastic,” said Alan Wurtzel, NBC Universal’s president of research and media development. “They primed the pump and let people know that something incredible was going on. Simultaneous viewing is a rising tide that

Find free Sochi Olympics 2014 live stream feeds and watch the XXII Winter Games online at the NBC Live Extra website. (If you are a cable and satellite subscriber to participating providers, that is.)

Fans who want to use their phones or tablets to watch the XXII Winter Games online can get Olympics live stream access via the NBC Sports Live app. The app is free for many device platforms, including iPhones and many Android devices. (Check the App Store linked to your device.)

NBC’s moneyed grip on the Olympics means that it has traveled a technological path that no other network has. It has shown the Games entirely on broadcast television. It has added multiple cable networks. Now, it is live-streaming virtually every event to an ecosystem increasingly populated by tablets and smartphones.

With the Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, almost here, it is worth remembering that four years ago NBC streamed only hockey and curling from Vancouver. Now, all 15 sports will be streamed live — to those authenticating their cable, satellite and telephone accounts — from Vladimir V. Putin’s subtropical wonderland.

NBC believes that its television viewership throughout the day and, in particular, during prime time, will be enhanced by fans who are watching live on their computers or iPads. NBC arrived at this realization two years ago during the Summer Games in London, where all events were streamed live.

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Racing to Save the Stray Dogs of SochiFEB. 5, 2014

Joshua Farris competing in the men’s free skate at the United States figure skating championships last month in Boston.

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“I think four or five days in, we felt a degree of confidence that we had a formula that was working well,” Mark Lazarus, the chairman of the NBC Sports Group, said Wednesday from Sochi.

For a rundown of the household names you probably don’t know yet but soon will (think Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Bruce Jenner…America really likes to give its Olympians the celebrity treatment), click here for basic Team USA athlete profiles.

Research from the London Games found that the more devices on which people watched the Olympics, the more they watched television.

Someone watching the Olympics only on television breathed in 4 hours 19 minutes of coverage daily, according to the research. Add a personal computer or a laptop, and TV consumption rose to 4:28.

With a mobile phone added, TV viewing rose to five hours, and with a tablet tossed in, the average time watching TV shot up to 6:07. Now, of course, tablets and smartphones are far more prevalent, raising the likelihood that viewing on all screens will increase, making NBC executives happier than they were in London.

“A relatively small number of people is streaming during the day, but they are fans and they’re very enthusiastic,” said Alan Wurtzel, NBC Universal’s president of research and media development. “They primed the pump and let people know that something incredible was going on. Simultaneous viewing is a rising tide that

Find free Sochi Olympics 2014 live stream feeds and watch the XXII Winter Games online at the NBC Live Extra website. (If you are a cable and satellite subscriber to participating providers, that is.)

Fans who want to use their phones or tablets to watch the XXII Winter Games online can get Olympics live stream access via the NBC Sports Live app. The app is free for many device platforms, including iPhones and many Android devices. (Check the App Store linked to your device.)

NBC’s moneyed grip on the Olympics means that it has traveled a technological path that no other network has. It has shown the Games entirely on broadcast television. It has added multiple cable networks. Now, it is live-streaming virtually every event to an ecosystem increasingly populated by tablets and smartphones.

With the Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, almost here, it is worth remembering that four years ago NBC streamed only hockey and curling from Vancouver. Now, all 15 sports will be streamed live — to those authenticating their cable, satellite and telephone accounts — from Vladimir V. Putin’s subtropical wonderland.

NBC believes that its television viewership throughout the day and, in particular, during prime time, will be enhanced by fans who are watching live on their computers or iPads. NBC arrived at this realization two years ago during the Summer Games in London, where all events were streamed live.

Related Coverage

Racing to Save the Stray Dogs of SochiFEB. 5, 2014

Joshua Farris competing in the men’s free skate at the United States figure skating championships last month in Boston.

Despite Revamp, Figure Skating Gets Mixed MarksFEB. 5, 2014

“I think four or five days in, we felt a degree of confidence that we had a formula that was working well,” Mark Lazarus, the chairman of the NBC Sports Group, said Wednesday from Sochi.

For a rundown of the household names you probably don’t know yet but soon will (think Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Bruce Jenner…America really likes to give its Olympians the celebrity treatment), click here for basic Team USA athlete profiles.

Research from the London Games found that the more devices on which people watched the Olympics, the more they watched television.

Someone watching the Olympics only on television breathed in 4 hours 19 minutes of coverage daily, according to the research. Add a personal computer or a laptop, and TV consumption rose to 4:28.

With a mobile phone added, TV viewing rose to five hours, and with a tablet tossed in, the average time watching TV shot up to 6:07. Now, of course, tablets and smartphones are far more prevalent, raising the likelihood that viewing on all screens will increase, making NBC executives happier than they were in London.

“A relatively small number of people is streaming during the day, but they are fans and they’re very enthusiastic,” said Alan Wurtzel, NBC Universal’s president of research and media development. “They primed the pump and let people know that something incredible was going on. Simultaneous viewing is a rising tide that

Find free Sochi Olympics 2014 live stream feeds and watch the XXII Winter Games online at the NBC Live Extra website. (If you are a cable and satellite subscriber to participating providers, that is.)

Fans who want to use their phones or tablets to watch the XXII Winter Games online can get Olympics live stream access via the NBC Sports Live app. The app is free for many device platforms, including iPhones and many Android devices. (Check the App Store linked to your device.)

NBC’s moneyed grip on the Olympics means that it has traveled a technological path that no other network has. It has shown the Games entirely on broadcast television. It has added multiple cable networks. Now, it is live-streaming virtually every event to an ecosystem increasingly populated by tablets and smartphones.

With the Winter Games from Sochi, Russia, almost here, it is worth remembering that four years ago NBC streamed only hockey and curling from Vancouver. Now, all 15 sports will be streamed live — to those authenticating their cable, satellite and telephone accounts — from Vladimir V. Putin’s subtropical wonderland.

NBC believes that its television viewership throughout the day and, in particular, during prime time, will be enhanced by fans who are watching live on their computers or iPads. NBC arrived at this realization two years ago during the Summer Games in London, where all events were streamed live.

Related Coverage

Racing to Save the Stray Dogs of SochiFEB. 5, 2014

Joshua Farris competing in the men’s free skate at the United States figure skating championships last month in Boston.

Despite Revamp, Figure Skating Gets Mixed MarksFEB. 5, 2014

“I think four or five days in, we felt a degree of confidence that we had a formula that was working well,” Mark Lazarus, the chairman of the NBC Sports Group, said Wednesday from Sochi.

For a rundown of the household names you probably don’t know yet but soon will (think Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Bruce Jenner…America really likes to give its Olympians the celebrity treatment), click here for basic Team USA athlete profiles.

Research from the London Games found that the more devices on which people watched the Olympics, the more they watched television.

Someone watching the Olympics only on television breathed in 4 hours 19 minutes of coverage daily, according to the research. Add a personal computer or a laptop, and TV consumption rose to 4:28.

With a mobile phone added, TV viewing rose to five hours, and with a tablet tossed in, the average time watching TV shot up to 6:07. Now, of course, tablets and smartphones are far more prevalent, raising the likelihood that viewing on all screens will increase, making NBC executives happier than they were in London.

“A relatively small number of people is streaming during the day, but they are fans and they’re very enthusiastic,” said Alan Wurtzel, NBC Universal’s president of research and media development. “They primed the pump and let people know that something incredible was going on. Simultaneous viewing is a rising tide that

“I’ve seen the show twice in rehearsal,” Lazarus said, “and I’m thoroughly convinced that a raw stream would be very difficult for people to understand the context and historical context that its creator was trying to express.”

There will be nothing live on television in prime time on NBC. Sochi time is nine hours ahead of Eastern time. But there will be about 246 hours of live television, on all coasts, on NBCSN (which will be flush with live figure skating), on USA and on MSNBC, as well as the 1,000 hours of live streaming on NBCOlympics.com.

Jim Bell, the executive producer of NBC Olympics, said last month that it was not a difficult decision to show so much figure skating live.

“It’s one of the crown jewels of the Winter Olympic sports,” he said. “It’s great for NBC, NBCSN, and it’s weatherproof.”

The only exception to NBC’s vow of all live figure skating will be Thursday night at 8 p.m. Eastern, when NBC will carry taped team figure skating, women’s moguls and snowboard slopestyle, as the appetizers to Friday’s opening ceremony

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What: 2014 Olympic Opening Ceremony

When: Friday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. ET

Where: Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia

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Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony begins at 6:00 pm. GMT on Friday, February 7, 2014 in Sochi, Rusia but US West Coast viewers will have to watch in the morning at 5:00 am PST.

That’s right, West Coast viewers can’t watch the Opening Ceremony live, even though the 2014 Winter Olympics are being hosted in the different time zone. The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony is scheduled to begin right around 5:00 a.m. PST on Friday, February 7th, 2014. The NBC coverage of the event though, is not schedule to begin airing until after 7:30 p.m. PST.

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