This Friday millions of people around the world will watch the parade of nations and the opening
ceremonies of the 2016 Summer Olympics. Americans living overseas will not be able to see the NBC broadcast on local television or in many cases on the Internet because of restrictions placed on foreign-based IP addresses. Luckily that is an easy fix because of a streaming service called USTV Now.
What is US TV Now
USTV Now, an Internet-based service that provides both a US based cable package for a nominal fee as well as a free feed of major network channels, will pipe NBC’s full coverage straight to anybody that signs up online at its website. Viewers can stream content via computers as well as tablets, cell phones, an app for Plex, and an app for Kodi. Even attaching a computer to a TV via an HDMI cable, if the option is available, will let families and friends gather around the television to take in the action together.
Got a Google Cast Device (Chromecast, NVIDIA Shield or many TV’s) learn how to stream the Olympic with USTV Now Here
For information on USTV Now click here to be taken to the official website.