Sprinter Sanya Richards-Ross poses for a portrait at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit on Sunday, May 13, 2012 in Dallas. (AP Photo/Victoria Will)
More than 5,000 hours from the London Olympics begins with the Opening Ceremony at 7:30 p.m. PT on July 27 aired on NBC 7.
If you want to watch the events unfold online, there are some key things you need to do in advance.
Go to NBCOlympics.com and click to access a live stream or full replay.
You will be prompted to select your cable, satellite or telco TV provider (e.g. Comcast, Time Warner, DirecTV, AT&T) from a list.
You then will be asked to verify your TV subscription -- this often means only entering the username/password corresponding to the online account you established with your provider.
For each device (e.g. laptop, desktop, tablet), you must only complete the verification process once, provided you check the “remember me” box when verifying your account information.
Also note that for some at-home users, “automatic” validation may occur, allowing direct access to content without the need to input a username/password.
There is no additional charge.
You must have Flash enabled in one of the following browsers: Internet Explorer v8 and above, Firefox v3.6 and above, Chrome v16 and above Safari v5 and above.
Once you're set up with your subscription, check the schedule for live streaming here.
NBCUniversal will deliver more than 5,000 hours from the London Olympics, with television coverage on NBC, NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo, Telemundo, two specialty channels and the first-ever 3D platform.
On television, NBC will broadcast signature events, including swimming, track and field, gymnastics, diving and beach volleyball.
NBC’s cable channels – NBC Sports, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo and Telemundo – will provide supplemental coverage. Bravo, for example, will focus on tennis, and CNBC will feature boxing. For more information on television listings, go here and for online listings, here.