Right now, it is tough to be on social media. It seems like everyone is fighting about the upcoming election and the country seems so very divided. Thankfully, the Olympic games begin soon and that will unite all Americans together, cheering for our athletes, tying us to our tv’s so we don’t miss a single minute of coverage. What if I told you however, that you don’t need to be tied to your TV? That you can watch every minute of Olympic coverage when you want without missing a single event? Olympic Viewing is made easy with the Xfinity X1 customized experiences!
Last week I had the chance to take my kids to a Philadelphia Phillies game on behalf of Xfinity and before the game we were treated to a sneak peek of the upcoming Front Row to Rio coverage of the Games. With more than 1,000 hours of live programming airing across 9 of NBCUniversal’s broadcast and cable networks, 650 hours of on demand programming and 4,500 hours of NBC Sports app streaming content you won’t miss a single moment of the exciting games with X1 from Xfinity.
What I was really impressed with during the prevention was how you can customize your viewing preferences. With the X1 voice remote, you can say “Watch Olympics primetime,” “Find Michael Phelps,” or “How is the USA doing in the medal count,” and X1 will take you right there. Check out this video of how you can customize your viewing choices with the X1 platform.
My kids are swimmers so we are of course really excited to tune in to watch all the Olympic Swimming events and we are thrilled that we won’t have to miss a single second, no matter what our schedule looks like.
I also loved that for the 1 st time, all of the online streaming content from the NBC Sports app will be integrated into the X1 experience for viewers to easily search, discover and tune so you don’t have to hunt around looking for the sports that you want to watch. You can also tag your favorite athletes, teams and nations, providing a “bookmark” for quick and easy access to the content including bios, previous results and upcoming events featuring those athletes.
What event are you most looking forward to?
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Xfinity but as always my opinions are 100% my own.