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  1. Record numbers watch Canada win hockey gold

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    Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium claims that 22 million people – or two thirds of the Canadian population - were watching the Gold medal hockey match when Sidney Crosby scored in overtime. Audience figures from BBM Canada suggest that an average of 16.6 million Canadians tuned in...
  2. Olympic communications network delivers record numbers

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    Canadians are well aware of the tremendous achievements by our Olympic athletes but another impressive achievement is the telecommunications network put into place the Vancouver Olympic organization. The network delivered over 24,000 hours of broadcast coverage to more than three and a half...
  3. Day 15 Olympics: Men’s Hockey Semifinals

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    After last night’s big win by the Canadian women’s hockey team over Team USA, the Men's hockey team return to the ice today to play the men’s second semi-final against Slovakia beginning at 3:30pm Pacific time. Other highlights today include the men’s hockey first semi-final between the USA and...
  4. Day 14 Olympics: Battle for women's hockey gold

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    After last nights big win by the Canadian mens hockey team over Russia, the Canadian Women's hockey team takes centre stage when they play for gold against the Americans beginning at 3:30pm PT. Other highlights today in include the men's and women's curling semifinals, Women's cross-country...
  5. Over 7 million Canadians watched Bilodeau win Gold

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    Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium announced that over 7.3 million viewers watched Alexandre Bilodeau triumph in the Men’s Moguls on Sunday, making it one of the most-watched sporting events in Canadian history. Coverage of the event peaked at 9.7 million viewers with 37% of the...