Olympics

Olympics Could Still Be a Win for NBCUniversal

The Olympics have endured all sorts of challenges related to the pandemic, but it’s still be a strong property for NBCUniversal.

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Brisbane Awarded 2032 Olympics, But At What Cost?

Following an official vote from the IOC on Wednesday, Australian city Brisbane was awarded the 2032 Summer Olympic Games.

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Toyota Pulls Olympic TV Ads in Japan

Toyota, Japan’s top automaker, is pulling Tokyo Olympics-related advertisements from its home country.

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No Fans at Olympics Could Cost Reinsurers $400M

The Tokyo Olympics will have no spectators due to a state of emergency that could cost reinsurers up to $400 million in payouts.

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Expert: MLB Making 'Big Mistake' Not Sending Stars to Tokyo Olympics

Baseball’s returning to the Olympics after 13 years. Is MLB making a mistake by not sending its biggest stars to the world stage in Tokyo?

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Olympics Estimated to Boost Peacock Users By 30%

Sports have proven to be a staple for NBCUniversal’s Peacock — and the company is excited to get a boost from the Olympics this month.

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Japan Says No Fans at Tokyo Olympics

The Japanese Olympics Committee said no fans, foreign or domestic, will be allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympics later this month.

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Lack of Stars at Wimbledon, Olympics Costs Networks

A number of tennis stars, including Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, and Naomi Osaka, will be absent from Wimbledon or the Olympics.

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U.S. Track Star Allyson Felix Launches Unique Shoe Brand

Allyson Felix is launching a clothing and lifestyle brand, Saysh, which will include a membership program for fitness and networking.

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Endeavor Reports First Public Earnings, Sports Revenue Climbs

Endeavor reported earnings on Wednesday, revealing the extent to which its sports properties have carried the company.

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