Viewers can watch the live streaming of the London Olympics 2012 opening ceremony on their smartphones as well as on various portable devices apart from computers and laptops
BANGALORE, INDIA: The world is all set for the 30th Olympic Games being held in London this year. Indian viewers are willing to part with their precious sleep to witness the grand opening ceremony of the London Olympics 2012.
The opening ceremony will be broadcast on several television channels at 1:30 am tonight. The three-hour long opening ceremony is being directed by Danny Boyle, who made the Oscar Award winner ''Slumdog Millionaire''. Beijing bronze-winning wrestler Sushil Kumar will lead the Indian team by holding the national flag in this year's opening ceremony.
Those of you who are travelling and will be unable to watch the live telecast of the opening ceremony on TV need not be disappointed.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) will offer live streaming of the event on YouTube. The live coverage will be provided across 64 countries of Asia and Africa.
Viewers can watch the live streaming of the Olympics on their smartphones as well as on various portable devices apart from watching the event online on computers and laptops.
Basically, the coverage is aimed at countries where the IOC has not sold the digital broadcasting rights. This means that even people in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Zambia and a host of other countries can enjoy the Olympic games. For more information on the same, click the following link: http://bit.ly/L5aJks.
To watch the London Olympics 2012 live on YouTube, click here.
The NBC Olympics is another website that is providing live updates on the London Olympics 2012. However, according to media reports, the opening ceremony is not being streamed live on NBC. But the live streaming of the Olympics Games is only being provided to the viewers in the US, and specific videos are available to viewers outside the US.
There are scores of other websites offering live streaming of the opening ceremony, but we must warn you before you click on those links. Some links might invite Trojans and other malware onto your computers.
Are you waiting to watch the London Olympics 2012 opening ceremony live tonight? Do let us know.