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YouTube and NBC will livestream the entire 2012 Olympics for free

If you like hte Olympics, you’ll be glad to know that this year’s London Olympics won’t force you to pick and choose a few main events on television. Instead, YouTube and NBC will be partnering to bring you the entire games for free over the internet. Whether you want to watch shot put or synchronized swimming or judo, you’ll be able to watch all of it.

The Olympics will be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com using YouTube’s infrastructure. The games won’t actually be streamed on YouTube, and given the volume of people who will be trying to watch, it’s a good thing YouTube is tackling the project.

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