Although taking place half a world away, the 2018 Winter Olympic Games will be available to C Spire TV customers like never before. We’re very excited to offer this immersive global sporting experience which airs Feb 8 – Feb 25th.
Watch the Winter Olympics on TV
Olympics coverage will air on the following networks: NBC (Channel varies per location), NBC Sports Network (ch 256), USA (ch 124), CNBC (ch 506) and Olympic Channel (257).
PyeongChang is located 15 hours ahead of U.S. Central time zone. So live events will air at odd hours – often starting late at night and running through the early morning hours.
Each evening, your local NBC affiliate will air Primetime programming kicking off with Figure Skating and Freestyle Skiing starting at 7pm Central on Thursday, Feb 8th.
Check out the nbcolympics.com site for the full Winter Olympics TV schedule.
Watch the Winter Olympics on mobile and connected TV’s
Every Olympic event will be available to stream live and on-demand on NBCOlympics.com, along with a wide spectrum of highlights and video features. Find the full live stream schedule of all your favorite Winter Olympic events and watch the action live from PyeongChang, South Korea on NBCOlympics.com.
NBC Sports app
Watch on your mobile device, tablet or connected TV by downloading the NBC Sports app, where you’ll find every Olympic event available to stream live or on-demand, along with the same immersive library of highlights and video features.
Log in to the NBC Sports app using the same username and password you use to sign in to watch C Spire TV.
C Spire is pleased to announce the addition of the Olympic Channel, a brand-new 24 hour sports network featuring the world’s best coverage of olympic sporting events on channel 257.
The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA presents year-round coverage of Olympic sports from around the world, featuring U.S. athletes and teams. Programming includes live events from a broad portfolio of summer and winter Olympic sports, original series, documentaries and rich archival content.
The Olympic Channel is part of the Standard Pack of channels.
NBCUniversal has made the unfortunate decision to cease broadcasting Esquire (ch. 606) and the Universal HD (ch. 909) networks effective July 1 and July 15th respectively.
Programming from these networks, such as Esquire’s Friday Night Tykes and Universal HD’s USA network reruns will move to other NBCUniversal channels, including Fusion, Bravo, Oxygen, Syfy, and Chiller.
NBCUniversal has promised a new Olympics focused network to launch later this summer. We’ll provide more info about this channel as soon as it becomes available.
So what’s better than non-stop 24/7 olympics coverage? How about two channels 100% dedicated to delivering close to 800 hours of soccer and basketball action!
Yesterday, we launched the Olympics Soccer Channel on channel 351. This channel will show nothing but soccer through the end of the games. So no matter what time of the day it is, C Spire Fiber TV customers will be able get their ‘beautiful game’ fix by tuning to channel 351.
And starting August 6, 2016, C Spire will launch the 24/7 Basketball channel where you’ll have non-stop hoops and hardwood action as teams from across the globe battle it out for Olympic gold.
Great news sports fans! C Spire Fiber TV will be delivering unprecedented coverage of this year’s Rio Olympic Games in stunning HD. We’re talking about 6,700 hours of programming that will be available to our Fiber TV customers on across a number of TV channels and on a wide array of internet connected devices.
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil is 2 hours ahead of us here in the Central time zone. Which means that each day, you’ll have more live coverage than ever before.
Watch On TV
- NBC (Channel varies by location)
- Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, Swimming, Gymnastics, Track & Field, Diving, Beach Volleyball, Volleyball, Men’s & Women’s Basketball Finals
- 124 – USA Network
- Men’s Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Cycling, Rowing, Synchronized Swimming, Volleyball, Water Polo
- 256 – NBC Sports Network
- USA Women’s Soccer, Basketball, Soccer, Track & Field, Archery, Boxing, Cycling, Fencing, Field Hockey, Judo, Open Water Swimming, Rugby, Shooting, Synchronized Swimming, Table Tennis, Weightlifting, Wrestling
- 604 – Bravo
- 282 – Golf Channel
- 350 – Olympic Soccer Channel
- 351 – Olympic Basketball Channel
- 504 – MSNBC
- Beach Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Rugby, Soccer, Volleyball, Water Polo
- 506 – CNBC
- Basketball, Volleyball, Archery, Beach Volleyball, Cycling, Rugby, Water Polo, Wrestling
Online & Internet Connected Devices
Watch online on NBCOlympics.com or download the NBC Sports App. Combined, these two outlets will live stream all olympic competitions. Both the nbcolympics.com website and the NBC Sports App require you to authenticate using your C Spire Fiber username and password.
The future is now. The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will mark the first time that sports fans across the world will be able to enjoy a virtual reality experience in the comfort of their own homes. And C Spire Fiber TV subscribers will be leading the pack.
As part of your C Spire Fiber TV subscription, you have access to the NBC Sports App. Combine this with a Samsung Gear VR device, and you’ll be privy to the most immersive global tv experience ever.
Check out the NBC Olympics website for a step by step tutorial on how to get set up.
While we may be over 50 days away from the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, we wanted to let you know that preparations are already underway to make this year’s olympics like no other before.
Your C Spire Fiber TV subscription will provide you with all the Live TV you can handle! In fact, we plan to broadcast more live events during the first day of competition that was available during all of the 1996 Atlanta games!
And nothing will prepare you for Streaming TV like C Spire’s Gigabit Fiber Internet. No other provider in Mississippi can match our speed and bandwidth. Couple that connection with the NBC Sports Live Extra App, and you have a recipe for Olympics success!