NBCOlympics.Com, MediaZone provide Winter Sports Action

Luge and the International
Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation, in conjunction with online sports
broadcaster MediaZone, will provide LIVE and On Demand coverage of the 2007-08
Luge Bobsleigh Skeleton World Cup and 2008 World Championship events. LIVE
World Cup Luge coverage from
Canada and On Demand coverage from
Lake Placid,
New York
will be available starting November 24th, with bobsleigh and skeleton action to
begin on November 29th from


NBCOlympics.com will serve as the only place fans can watch these World Cup and
World Championship competitions LIVE with interactive features.

will be available LIVE and On Demand. Individual Event Packages will be
available for US $5.99 with access to highlights and NBC Olympics news, with
coverage only available in the


with MediaZone will be there to capture eight World Cup Luge races this season
as well as the 2008 World Championships from

with nearly 65 hours of racing between November and February 2008.

Adding to
this adrenaline rush of coverage, winter sports fans can also enjoy nine
bobsleigh & skeleton events including 53 competitions across the U.S.,
Canada, Germany, Switzerland and Italy with over 55 hours of coverage between
now and February 2008. NBCOlympics.com and MediaZone will provide broadcast as
the U.S. Bobsleigh Team comes off its best season ever, capturing 45 medals –
39 in the World Cup and six at the World Championship.

Sports & Olympics and NBCOlympics.com are committed to delivering the
excitement and passion of Olympic sports on all our platforms,” said Perkins
Miller, senior vice president, Digital Media, NBC Sports & Olympics. “Through
our partnership with MediaZone, USA Luge and the International Bobsleigh and
Skeleton Federation, we can provide an interactive online World Cup and World
Championship experience to a passionate fan base that otherwise would not be
able to watch them.”

comprehensive coverage of these key winter Olympic sports in conjunction with
NBCOlympics.com reinforces our dedication to providing sports fans around the
world with the most immersive, interactive experience online, especially since
these events will not be televised in the U.S.,” said Chris Ott, sports
director, MediaZone. “Fresh on the heels of our joint coverage of the ING New
York City Marathon and 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Men’s
MediaZone and NBCOlympics.com are committed to providing sports fans what they
want and when they want it.”

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