Broadcasting of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

The 24th Winter Olympic Games will be held in Beijing, capital of the People’s Republic of China, on February 4-20, 2022. For those who can’t watch the Winter Olympics on site, you can get the latest news through rebroadcasting/broadcasting. Here below are some channels that have the right to broadcast 2022 Winter Olympic Games. 

  • China: CCTV belonging to Central Radio and Television Station (CCTV-1 General Channel, CCTV-2 Finance Channel, CCTV-5 Sports Channel, CCTV-13 News Channel, CCTV-5+, CCTV-16 CCTV Olympic channel and CCTV-4K Ultra HD Channel); BTV(Beijing TV, Beijing Winter Olympics Documentary Channel and Beijing News Channel);  Hebei TV and Zhangjiakou TV. 
  • Taiwan China: TTV、CTV
  • Hong Kong China: TVB (TVB Jade)
  • The United States: NBC
  • Japan: ANB, Asahi Shimbun, TV Tokyo, Japan News, Chunichi Shimbun, Kyodo News Agency, NHK, J Sports
  • South Korea: SBS, MBC, KBS
  • The United Kingdom: Eurosport, BBC
  • Katar: Al Jazeera
  • Canada: CBC, TSN, RDS
  • France: France Television
  • Germany: ARD, ZDF
  • Italy: RAI
  • Russia: Russian Television
  • South Africa: SABC, SuperSport
  • Armenia: APMTV
  • Brazil: Grupo Globo
  • Hungary: MTVA
  • Kosovo: RTK
  • New Zealand: Sky Television
  • Latin America: América Móvil
  • Singapore: Mediacorp 


  • In some countries, broadcast rights to the 2022 Winter Olympics are already agreed through existing long-term deals. In France and the United Kingdom, these are the first Games where Eurosport will be the main rightsholder; the BBC will sub-license a limited amount of coverage on free-to-air television, as part of a deal in which the BBC sold the pay-TV rights to the 2018 and 2020 Games to Eurosport.
  • In the United States, the Games will once again be broadcast by NBC Universal properties as part of its multi-year agreement with the IOC. The 2022 edition of the Super Bowl—championship game of the National Football League (NFL) and historically among the most-watched television broadcasts in the country annually—is tentatively scheduled during an ongoing Olympics for the first time in its history. On 13 March 2019, it was announced that NBC had traded 2021’s Super Bowl LV to CBS (which, alongside Fox and NBC, alternate airing the Super Bowl on a three-year rotation) in favour of the 2022 game. Holding rights to both events will prevent them from competing for viewership and advertising sales, and also allow NBC to create synergies and advertising packages for them (as it did during Super Bowl LII, which was played prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics and also televised by NBC).