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Beijing's Opening Ceremony-No Ticket Needed

Beijing's Opening Ceremony-No Ticket Needed

We hope your new HDTV is all set up and ready for the sports-filled coverage of the next couple of weeks—the 2008 Olympics Games is the first to be produced entirely in HD. Across all seven of NBC’s channels, there will be 3600 hours of coverage and more on NBCOlympics.com.

The 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin was only partially produced in high-definition, meaning the international broadcast feed was for the most part, not in HD. Now this year's broadcast feed is in HD and the coverage is being called the “the most ambitious single media project in history.”

Will it feel like Michael Phelps is about to butterfly-stroke himself right through your screen? What events are you looking forward to seeing in HD? Are you more excited to see the coverage now that it is in HD? [Network World]

Posted: 8/8/08