NBCU Extends Olympics Opening Ceremony Coverage to IMAX Screens

The organizers will host a 4-mile flotilla along the River Seine July 26

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NBCUniversal plans to extend live coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics opening ceremony across over 150 IMAX screens. 

On July 26, the organizers are planning a four-mile-long flotilla of almost 100 boats along the River Seine, carrying all of the athletes from over 200 countries. NBCU stated that this is the first time the Summer Olympic Games opening ceremony has not been held in a stadium.

NBC’s coverage of the opening ceremony will be hosted by singer and presenter Kelly Clarkson, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and two-time Super Bowl champion Peyton Manning and NBC Olympics primetime host Mike Tirico. 

“We look forward to providing our opening ceremony coverage to audiences at IMAX locations across the country, sharing in this historic moment as the world regathers to witness the spectacular beginning of 16 days of athletic greatness against the backdrop of one of the most beautiful cities in the world,” said Gary Zenkel, president of...



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