LIVE STREAM! Catch live streaming video of the 2010 Olympics Closing Ceremony tonight. Tonight’s live stream of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony was suppose to begin at 4:30 pm PST 7:30 PM EST on NBC.
But as of 6 PM PST, it still hasn’t started, instead showing Cross Country skiing. It’s much the complaint readers have had of tv coverage of these Olympic games – the confusion of when events were on tv. In fact, the biggest query online Sunday was asking what time USA v Canada’s gold medal hockey game is on.
After the Closing Ceremony, “enjoy” Madonna’s appearance on NBC’s The Marriage Ref. The show premieres also at a super late tune spot – 10:30 pm ET. Guests include Madonna, Larry David and Ricky Gervais. A bad time slot, a late time slot, and Madonna giving advice on marriage ? Yes, that makes a lot of sense.
Reaction to coverage of the 2010 Olympics has been mixed, at best. While some events have been able to be found live streamed on Ustream or Justintv.com (where you could probably find tonight’s Closing Ceremony), replay videos have not been on Youtube, unlike the previous summer Olympic games, for the most part.
While many of the details of the closing ceremony are still unknown, the Olympics Closing Ceremony executive producer is already given some hints. Typically any Olympics Closing Ceremony features the passing of the torch and flag from the current to the future host city.
But Executive Producer David Atkins reveals you should see a “celeb-fest” Sunday night. While Atkins isn’t telling which famous Canadian celebrities you will see,Â Sunday will be a “celebration of Canadian humor, talent and innovation” says Atklins.
That is, if we can ever figure out what time it is suppose to be on TV.