MQ LIVE BLOG: WATCHING THE PARALYMPICS IN THE US

Hi MQ fans,

As you know, MEDAL QUEST will be reporting live from London starting next Monday, two days before Opening Ceremonies.  We’ll have descriptions of what’s happening and what it feels like to be there cheering, photos from the arenas, stats like who won and how fast they went, more -- and we’ll be posting new video every day after the Games start.

Join us as we follow our athletes completing their personal “medal quests” on the pbs.org/medalquest blog and video pages, and also on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Here are some others of your viewing options for Games and events:

During the Games there is no live broadcast in the US.  England is live broadcasting on its Channel 4 (UK) channel and other countries are live broadcasting, too, but America just isn’t.  Instead, you’ll need to look to cable or online.

NBC will offer highlights on its NBC Sports Network cable channel on three nights during the Games, September 4, 5, and 6, and one night after, September 11.  (They’ll also broadcast a wrap-up program on their Sunday afternoon sports programs on September 16.)  These programs will also be shown on Universal Sports Network and UniversalSports.com.

All other viewing options are online only. 

The US Olympic Committee will offer video highlight packages each night during the Games on its YouTube channel.

Judith Vecchione, Executive Producer

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