LISTINGS FOR NBC’S ‘LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS’ AUGUST 3 – AUGUST 10





LISTINGS FOR NBC’S ‘LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS’ AUGUST 3 – AUGUST 10

Tuesday, August 3: Pre-Empted for Olympic Coverage

Wednesday, August 4: Pre-Empted for Olympic Coverage

**Thursday, August 5: Pre-Empted for Olympic Coverage

**Friday, August 6: Pre-Empted for Olympic Coverage

**Monday, August 9: Guests Kristen Bell & Dax Shepard (Family Game Fight!) and John Stamos (Snatching Sinatra). Show 1175A.

**Tuesday, August 10: Guests Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Mr. Corman), Jennifer Coolidge (The White Lotus) and Kevin Smith (Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Kevin Smith’s Secret Stash: The Definitive Visual History). Show 1176A.

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NBC SATAMTIME SCHEDULE AS OF: 08/02/2021





NBC SATAMTIME SCHEDULE AS OF: 08/02/2021

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‘TODAY’ TAKES RATINGS GOLD, WINS TOTAL VIEWERS 1ST WEEK OF OLYMPICS





‘TODAY’ TAKES RATINGS GOLD, WINS TOTAL VIEWERS 1ST WEEK OF OLYMPICS

TODAY Posts 20-Week High in Total Viewers, Largest Win Over GMA Since PyeongChang 2018

TODAY Delivers Best Demo Wins Over GMA and CBS in 35 Weeks, Since Thanksgiving

TODAY Posts Double-Digit Across-the-Board Growth Vs. Pre-Olympics 3Q’21 Averages

TOKYO – August 3, 2021 – TODAY was the number-one morning show during the first week of the Tokyo Olympics, topping “Good Morning America” in total viewers and the key demo. The win marks a 20-week high in total viewers and TODAY’s best advantage over GMA since the PyeongChang Olympics in 2018. TODAY also posted double-digit growth across the board versus its pre-Olympics, 3rd quarter averages.

In the key demo A25-54, TODAY posted an 18-week high and delivered its biggest wins over GMA and CBS in 35 weeks, since Thanksgiving. TODAY has now won 304 out of 308 weeks in the demo.

TODAY Digital reached 14 million unique visitors last week, growing week over and week and year over year. This marks Digital’s strongest week since early May.

Read more here.

TODAY HIGHLIGHTS:

TODAY averaged 971,000 A25-54 viewers, outperforming GMA by +190,000 (+24%) and CBS This Morning by +494,000 (+104%)

TODAY has ranked #1 among A25-54 viewers for 304 of the last 309 weeks
This was TODAY’s biggest A25-54 viewership in 20 weeks (since week of 3/8/2021) and its widest leads over GMA and CBS since last Thanksgiving (week of 11/23/2020)
Compared to the same week last season, TODAY more than tripled its demo lead over GMA (+190,000 vs. +92,000 prior year) and improved its advantage over CBS by 35% (+494,000 vs. +366,000 prior year)
Week-over-week, TODAY posted the biggest A25-54 growth among the morning shows, adding +157,000 viewers (+19%) and significantly increased its leads over GMA and CBS
Compared to its 3Q’21 average, TODAY was up +22% among A25-54 viewers
TODAY averaged 720,000 A18-49 viewers, leading GMA by +180,000 (+33%) and CBS by +383,000 (+114%)

TODAY posted its highest A18-49 delivery in 21 weeks (since week of 3/1/2021) and widest advantages over the competition since last Thanksgiving (week of 11/23/2020, best in 35 weeks)
TODAY was the only morning news show to increase in A18-49 vs. the same week last season (+20,000) while also increasing its leads over both GMA (67% higher) and CBS (31% higher)
Week-over-week, TODAY saw the biggest increase of A18-49 viewers (+156,000, or +28% higher). TODAY’s A18-49 lead over GMA increased eight-fold (+180,000 vs. +22,000 prior week, up 718%) while its lead over CBS rose by 65% (+383,000 vs. +232,000 prior week)
Compared to its 3Q’21 average, TODAY grew +30% among A25-54 viewers
TODAY averaged 3.361 million total viewers, +360,000 (+12%) higher than GMA and +897,000 (+36%) more than CBS This Morning

TODAY drew its biggest total viewer audience in 20 weeks (since the week of 3/8/2021), its widest advantage over GMA since the first week of the PyeongChang Olympics (week of 2/12/2018) and best lead over CBS since last Thanksgiving (since week of 11/23/2020)
Compared to the same week last season, TODAY’s total viewer audience increased by +65,000 (+2%) while its lead over CBS improved by 34% (+897,000 vs. +668,000 prior year)
TODAY added +346,000 total viewers week-over-week while improving its advantage over CBS by 55% (+897,000 vs. +579,000 prior week)
Compared to its 3Q’21 average, TODAY increased +10% in total viewers
TODAY Digital reached 14 million unique visitors last week, growing week over and week and year over year.

TODAY reached 14.0M unique visitors (7 % WoW, 29 % YoY), its best week since early May
TODAY All Day had its 2nd strongest week ever with 121K hours viewed
TODAY podcasts drove 182K downloads, its 3rd best week ever
TODAY newsletters delivered 227K visits
These newsletters had an average click-thru rate of 13 % and an open rate of 25 %
2020-21 SEASON-TO-DATE (9/21/2020-8/1/2021)

TODAY has been #1 in A25-54 at this point of the season for six consecutive years and A18-49 for eight straight years



‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’ Grows Year Over Year for the 6th Consecutive Week





‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’ Grows Year Over Year for the 6th Consecutive Week in Total Viewers and for the 3rd Straight Week in Households
‘Live’ Builds to a 5-Week High among Women 25-54

‘Live’ Is the No. 1 Syndicated Talk Show for the 11th Week Running

‘Live’ Is Daytime’s No. 1 Talk Show in Women 25-54 for 72 Consecutive Weeks

During the week of July 19, 2021, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” built year over year for the 6th consecutive week in Total Viewers (+9% – 2.419 million vs. 2.221 million on w/o 7/20/20) and for the 3rd week in a row in Households (+6% – 1.7 rating vs. 1.6 rating). In addition, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” was the only daytime talk show—network or syndicated—to improve over the same week last year among Women 25-54 (+14% – 0.8 rating vs. 0.7 rating).

“Live with Kelly and Ryan” grew over the prior week by 14% with Women 25-54 (0.8 rating vs. 0.7 rating) to hit a 5-week high (since the week of 6/14/21) and held even week to week in Households (1.7 rating).

“Live with Kelly and Ryan” was the No. 1 syndicated talk show for the 11th week running in Households (1.7 rating), Total Viewers (2.419 million) and Women 25-54 (0.8 rating) and also stood as the week’s No. 1 daytime talk show for the 3rd week in a row across all key Nielsen measures. In fact, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” marked its 72nd consecutive week (including 13 weeks of ties) as the No. 1 daytime talk show among Women 25-54—since the week of 3/9/20.

In its 33rd season, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” ranks as the season’s No. 1 syndicated talk show for the first time ever across all key Nielsen measures, topping “Dr. Phil” by 6% in Households (1.8 rating vs. 1.7 rating), by 9% in Total Viewers (2.571 million vs. 2.357 million) and by 33% with Women 25-54 (0.8 rating vs. 0.6 rating). In fact, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” is the No. 1 daytime—network or syndicated—talk show this season among Women 25-54 (0.8 rating).

On average for the season, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” doubles “Ellen” among Women 25-54 (+100% – 0.8 rating vs. 0.4 rating) and leads by enormous double-digit margins in Households (+80% – 1.8 rating vs. 1.0 rating) and Total Viewers (+84% – 2.571 million vs. 1.396 million).

Please note: Friday’s telecast of “Live with Kelly and Ryan” (on 7/23/21) was broken out due to coverage of the opening ceremony of the Olympics on its NBC affiliates and the telecast is excluded from the show’s averages.

About “Live with Kelly and Ryan”
“Live with Kelly and Ryan” is distributed in national syndication by Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. The show is produced by WABC-TV in New York and executive produced by Michael Gelman, Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest. Visit “Live” on the web (KellyandRyan.com), Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat (@LiveKellyRyan).

Source: The Nielsen Company, National Live + Same Day Program Ratings, weeks of 7/19/21, 7/12/21, 7/20/20 and 2020-2021 season (9/7/20-7/25/21). Beginning 8/31/20, National Program Ratings also include Out of Home (OOH) viewing.

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‘THE PROFIT’ RETURNS FOR SEASON 8 ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 10





‘THE PROFIT’ RETURNS FOR SEASON 8 ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 10 AT 10PM ET/PT ON CNBC

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — August 2, 2021 —CNBC’s “The Profit” featuring serial entrepreneur and investor Marcus Lemonis returns for season eight on Tuesday, August 10th at 10pm ET/PT. Lemonis is back putting his own money on the line to try to help small businesses across the country and he has never been more invested. This season, Lemonis visits eight businesses each facing different and unique challenges during these unprecedented times. With his 3P’s principle – People, Process, Product – Lemonis evaluates each business and charts a path forward.

In the August 10th premiere episode, Lemonis faces one of his biggest challenges to date when he visits a family business in Utah that is drowning in debt. With his help, the family will need to become a hive of activity to turn their fortunes around.

When Marcus Lemonis isn’t running his multi-billion-dollar company, Camping World, he advises struggling entrepreneurs who need help rebooting their business. Using his years of experience and often investing his own money, Lemonis empowers the business owners to find innovative ways to rescue or grow their company.

“The Profit” is produced for CNBC by Machete Productions with Amber Mazzola and Marcus Lemonis serving as executive producers. Adam Barry is the executive producer for CNBC.



NBC Olympics’ Thursday Primetime Coverage Delivers Highest-Rated Night of Tokyo Olympics





NBC Olympics’ Thursday Primetime Coverage Delivers Highest-Rated Night of Tokyo Olympics
Since the beginning of the Tokyo Olympics, NBCUniversal coverage has reached more than 100 million TV viewers.
[via press release from NBC Sports]
NBC OLYMPICS’ THURSDAY PRIMETIME COVERAGE DELIVERS HIGHEST-RATED NIGHT OF TOKYO OLYMPICS

More than 100 Million Americans Have Watched NBC’s Tokyo Olympics on TV

2 BILLION Streaming Minutes of Tokyo Olympics Content Consumed – UP 19% from 2016 Rio Olympics & UP 74% from 2018 PyeongChang Olympics

NBC’s Tokyo Olympics Averaging 17.5 Million Primetime Viewers, Pacing to Join NBC’s Sunday Night Football as Top 2 Shows of 2020-21

NBC Extends Dominance Streak as Summer Olympics Ranks #1 in Primetime for 125th Consecutive Night

STAMFORD, Conn. – July 30, 2021 – With American Suni Lee winning gold in the women’s gymnastics all-around, multiple U.S. medal-winning performances in the pool (Caeleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky swim for gold tonight in primetime on NBC), and the beginning of the track & field competition, NBC’s Thursday primetime presentation delivered the highest-rated night of the Tokyo Olympics (10.8 HH rating), based on official live plus same day data provided by Nielsen and digital metrics from Adobe Analytics.

“We continue to deliver massive Tokyo Olympic audiences which are dominating the media landscape throughout the day and across all platforms,” said Pete Bevacqua, Chairman, NBC Sports “The greatest weekend in sports is now upon us, and we look forward to continuing the momentum.”

NBC Olympics achieved milestones across multiple platforms on Thursday:

· Since the beginning of the Tokyo Olympics, NBCUniversal coverage has reached more than 100 million TV viewers.

· Viewers have streamed two billion minutes of Tokyo Olympics content across NBCOlympics.com, the NBC Sports app and Peacock – up 19% though the same point in the 2016 Rio Olympics and a 74% increase from the comparable date in the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.

· The Tokyo Olympics continued the event’s streak as the most dominant in media, easily winning primetime for the 125th consecutive Summer Olympics night.

NBC Olympics’ primetime coverage is averaging a Total Audience Delivery of 17.5 million viewers through Thursday night — pacing to rank with NBC’s Sunday Night Football as the two most-watched primetime shows in 2020-21.

Thursday night’s presentation, which averaged a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) of 19.5 million viewers across NBC, cable and live streaming, ranks as the most-watched Thursday primetime show since last September’s NFL Kickoff Game on NBC (9/10/20).

In addition, last night’s Tokyo Olympics television viewership (18.9 million) more than tripled combined primetime viewership of ABC, CBS and FOX (5.2 million).

NBC Sports Digital delivered an Average Minute Audience (AMA) of 624,000 viewers on Thursday night across NBC Olympics.com, the NBC Sports app, and Peacock.

ABOUT NBC OLYMPICS

A division of NBC Sports Group, NBC Olympics is responsible for producing, programming and promoting NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Olympic & Paralympic Games. NBC Olympics is renowned for its unsurpassed Olympic heritage, award-winning production, and ability to aggregate the largest audiences in U.S. television history. NBCUniversal owns the U.S. media rights on all platforms to all Olympic Games through 2032. NBC Olympics also produces thousands of hours of Olympic & Paralympic sports programming throughout the year, which is presented on NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, Peacock and NBC Sports digital platforms.

–NBC OLYMPICS-



COMING UP ON NBC NEWS’ ‘TODAY’ AUGUST 2 – AUGUST 6





COMING UP ON NBC NEWS’ ‘TODAY’ AUGUST 2 – AUGUST 6

Monday, August 2

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic. Tokyo Olympics – Guests: Aly Raisman. Caroline Kennedy. TODAY Food: Former Olympian Dawn Burrell Becomes a Chef. TODAY Mascot Name Announce.

(9-10 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics News of the Day. Athletes to Watch: Army Training Athletes. Keeping Up With Kornacki. Make Ahead Monday with Former Olympian Turned Top Chef, Dawn Burrell. Overheard on 3rd.

(10-11 a.m.) Guest: Jennifer Coolidge on Swan Song. Tokyo Olympics Athlete Spotlight. Master Class Monday: Tasty Desserts with Mai Irie. Ready, Set, Play… The Crazy Game Shows of Japan. Plaza-Palooza Human Bowling Game.

Tuesday, August 3

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic. Tokyo Olympics – Finding Japan in Brooklyn: Japan’s Past Traditions Blend with Today’s Present. Keririn: Roller Derby of Cycling. Read With Jenna August Book Announce.

(9-10 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics News of the Day. Medal Mindset: Dalilah Muhammad. Through Mom’s Eyes: Olympic Moms Shari Grimes, Julie Calderwood Nichols and Keisha Caine Bishop. Fun & Cool Japanese Products with Amy Goodman. Cooking with Cal.

(10-11 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics Athlete Spotlight: US Canoe Sprinter Nevin Harrison. Plaza-Palooza – Ring Toss. Buy Now, Spend Less: Products to Buy Right Now with Bahar Takhtehchian. Break Dancing Is an Olympic Sport.

Wednesday, August 4

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic. Tokyo Olympics – Guest: Allyson Felix. Vermont Farmer Shares Her Story on Japanese Wagyu Beef Having a Moment. Karate’s Golden Era. TODAY Wellness: Japanese Secrets to Longevity and Happiness with Candice Kumai.

(9-10 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics News of the Day. On Her Turf with Lindsay Czarniak. Athlete to Watch: Dake the Dominator – Kyle Dake. Budakan Hall – Home of Music Before Judo/Karate Olympics. Taste of Japan with Maiko Kyogoku.

(10-11 a.m.) Guests: Luke Wilson and Brec Bassinger on The CW’s DC’s Stargirl. Tokyo Olympics Athlete Spotlight: US Golf Sisters Nelly Korda and Jessica Korda. Trendsday Wednesday with Amber Ruffin. One and Done: Souffle Pancakes with Candice Kumai. Plaza-Palooza Egg-Athon.

Thursday, August 5

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic. TODAY Food: Japanese Favorite Foods to Try with Candice Kumai. The Stories of Survivors and Family Members Who Lost Loved Ones on the Anniversary of Hiroshima.

(9-10 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics News of the Day. Talkin’ Tokyo: Counting Down the Top 5 Trending Olympic Moments with Adam Rippon and LaChina Robinson. Medal Mindset: Aliphine Tuliamuk. Toast to the Champions: Winning Summer Drinks with Will Wyatt. Overheard on 3rd.

(10-11 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics – Athlete Spotlight: US Basketball’s Sue Bird. Future Olympians. Make Your Garden Last Longer with Jill Bauer. Plaza-Palooza-Dunk Heads

Friday, August 6

(7-9 a.m.) TODAY brings the latest news and up-to-date information on the coronavirus pandemic. Tokyo Olympics: US Diver Jordan Windle Shares His Adoption Story. Olympics Highlights. A Toast to Tokyo: Japanese Cocktails with Masa Urushido.

(9-10 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics News of the Day. Superfood Friday: Sweet Treats for End of Olympics with Joy Bauer. Overheard on 3rd.

(10-11 a.m.) Tokyo Olympics Athlete Spotlight: Jordan Windle. Fix Ahead Friday: Canning and Jarring Food with Alejandra Ramos. Donna Celebrates Her 30th: Milestone Birthdays. TODAY Takes You: Paris, The Next Summer Olympics. Viewer Game: Head Duck.



Highlights for Tamron Hall, Week of Aug. 2 – 6





Highlights for Tamron Hall, Week of Aug. 2 – 6
Let’s Talk About It

Following are highlights for “Tamron Hall” for the week of Aug. 2, 2021. Please note: Lineup is subject to change

Monday, Aug. 2: Tamron’s Up-and-Coming Designer Series concludes with an emerging designer’s inspirational story and colorful clothing. Plus, fashion advice from global design icon Rebecca Minkoff. Also, a self-taught model whose DIY photo shoots made her a viral sensation; a mom who has reimagined thrift store scraps into a “fashion playground” for her children; and the latest Tam Fam deal.

Tuesday, Aug. 3: Celebrating the power of friendships with actresses and childhood friends Tisha Campell and Tichina Arnold, who co-starred in the classic sitcom “Martin” and are now working on a new talk show. Plus, best friends who are committed to a platonic marriage and building a family together. Also, the ultimate friendship: Born with spinal muscular atrophy and relying on a wheelchair, Kevan Chandler’s dream to travel came true when his friends carried him in a specially built backpack across Europe and China. (OAD: 4/23/21)

Wednesday, Aug. 4: In a daytime exclusive, Alleah Taylor speaks out about the alleged attack by her ex-boyfriend, former Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Chad Wheeler, who was charged with first-degree domestic assault. Plus, women who are using the spotlight to share their stories of domestic abuse to help others. (OAD: 4/16/21)

Thursday, Aug. 5: Finding self-discovery, healing and forgiveness after facing family secrets. Stories include: one woman’s search for her past that ended on the FBI’s most wanted list; a woman whose father murdered her mother when she was just 6 years old – how she kept her parents a secret and found forgiveness; and a woman who learned her adopted family were racists. (OAD: 3/18/21)

Friday, Aug. 6: A sweet celebration of desserts with Zac Young, a Broadway costumer-turned- pastry chef who originated the “PieCaken,” Christina Tosi from famed Milk Bar, Jocelyn Delk Adams of Grandbaby Cakes – a cookbook and food blog inspired by her grandmother, and Jyoti Nanra, a self-taught baker who left her career as a high school teacher. (OAD: 2/26/21)

“Tamron Hall” is produced by Walt Disney Television and is distributed in national syndication by Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. The show is executive produced by Hall and Candi Carter, and Carter serves as showrunner. The show broadcasts from New York City and features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows.

About “Tamron Hall”
Tamron Hall brings a refreshing, relatable and unstoppable voice to the daytime community – talking to the people you are talking about. From the deeply personal to the purely fun, “Tamron Hall” is a daily destination for viewers to connect with the people shaping our lives through meaningful, engaging and entertaining conversations. So, let’s talk about it.

Tamron Hall is an accomplished and award-winning journalist and in July, won the Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host for her inaugural season. This marks the first time since the award’s inception in 2015 that a freshman host was the recipient of that honor.



NBC’s Tokyo Olympics Averaging 17.5 Million Primetime Viewers





NBC’s Tokyo Olympics Averaging 17.5 Million Primetime Viewers, Pacing to Rank with “Sunday Night Football” as Top Two Primetime Shows of 2020-21
With 15.7 million TV viewers last night, it marks the first time since the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics on NBC that any network delivered an average viewership of at least 15 million on four consecutive nights.
[via press release from NBC Sports]
NBC’S TOKYO OLYMPICS AVERAGING 17.5 MILLION PRIMETIME VIEWERS, PACING TO RANK WITH “SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL” AS TOP TWO PRIMETIME SHOWS OF 2020-21

NBC’s Tuesday Night Tokyo Olympics Coverage Averages Total Audience Delivery of 16.2 Million Viewers & Ranks as Most-Watched Tuesday Since Presidential Debate Last September

Tuesday Marks Fourth Consecutive Night with At Least 15 Million Tokyo Olympics Viewers – Longest Streak for Any Network since 2018 PyeongChang Olympics on NBC

Peacock Records Best Tuesday Usage Ever; NBC Sports Digital has Delivered Four Most-Streamed Olympic Primetime Nights Ever in First Four Nights of Tokyo Olympic Competition

STAMFORD, Conn. – July 28, 2021 – NBCUniversal continues to deliver large Tokyo Olympic audiences throughout the day and across all platforms.

NBC Olympics’ primetime coverage highlights that trend, averaging a Total Audience Delivery of 17.5 million viewers through Tuesday night — pacing to rank with NBC’s Sunday Night Football as the two most-watched primetime shows in 2020-21.

Tuesday night’s primetime show, which featured swimming, women’s gymnastics, and indoor volleyball, averaged a Total Audience Delivery (TAD) of 16.2 million viewers, based on official live plus same day data provided by Nielsen and digital metrics from Adobe Analytics.

With 15.7 million TV viewers last night, it marks the first time since the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics on NBC that any network delivered an average viewership of at least 15 million on four consecutive nights.

In addition, last night’s Tokyo Olympics viewership more than tripled the combined primetime viewership of ABC, CBS and FOX (4.3 million) and marks the most-watched Tuesday night since the Presidential Debate on Sept. 29, 2020 (17.9 million on Fox News).

NBC Sports Digital delivered an Average Minute Audience (AMA) of 571,000 viewers on Tuesday night, highlighted by Peacock’s most-consumed Tuesday ever. NBC Sports Digital has delivered the four most-streamed primetime nights in Olympics history over the first four nights of competition.

Additional viewership and consumption highlights:

· Tuesday morning’s Tokyo Olympics coverage on USA Network and NBCSN (8 a.m.-Noon ET) averaged 1.48 million viewers – up 24% from opening Tuesday cable viewership for the Rio Olympics (1.20 million).

· NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, which is live in Tokyo, averaged 8.5 million viewers on Sunday – the show’s largest Sunday audience since February – and was the week’s most-watched non-sports broadcast.

· NBC Olympics has registered 102.5 million Twitter video views through Tuesday night – more than doubling the number of Twitter video views during the entire PyeongChang Olympics (50.2 million), based upon data provided by Shareablee.

ABOUT NBC OLYMPICS

A division of NBC Sports Group, NBC Olympics is responsible for producing, programming and promoting NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Olympic & Paralympic Games. NBC Olympics is renowned for its unsurpassed Olympic heritage, award-winning production, and ability to aggregate the largest audiences in U.S. television history. NBCUniversal owns the U.S. media rights on all platforms to all Olympic Games through 2032. NBC Olympics also produces thousands of hours of Olympic & Paralympic sports programming throughout the year, which is presented on NBC, NBCSN, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, Peacock and NBC Sports digital platforms.

–NBC OLYMPICS-