Google's You Tube TV has the lowest price for all five Olympic TV channels, at a month.
Google says the service is available in more than 80 U. markets, covering more than 80 percent of households, though a local NBC station isn't available everywhere.
Much of the online coverage will come from the International Olympic Committee's Olympic Broadcasting Services.Intel is working with the Olympic Broadcasting Services to produce virtual-reality coverage of 30 events. During the Rio Olympics in 2016, VR coverage typically wasn't live and required Samsung's Gear VR headsets with a Samsung phone. While Intel's VR productions of baseball and other sports had their own announcers, the Olympic coverage will rely on regular television coverage embedded in the VR experience.This time, VR is available on Google Daydream and Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets as well. And most of the VR video will be in 180 degrees -- you'll see the action in front of you and a little bit to the sides, but not what's behind you.Those without a headset can still watch on web browsers or Apple and Android mobile devices. Videos in 360 degrees will be limited to non-competition features such as a demo run down the bobsled.But VR will offer more leaderboards and stats than television, along with the ability to choose camera positions.