Winter Olympics 2018 TV channels: How to watch the Pyeongchang Games on NBC

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The tower for the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center rises beyond a set of Olympic Rings at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Here’s a guide to finding the NBC channels that will be broadcasting coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics from Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Below, you’ll find channel numbers for Comcast, Verizon FiOS, RCN, DirecTV and Dish Network in Philadelphia. The guide is meant for the local audience, but if you’ve come here from elsewhere and subscribe to one of the above systems, the channel assignments might also work for you.

Comcast

While there are some local Comcast systems that put channels on different numbers, this is where you’ll find the channels in most of the region. If you have a X1 box, you can watch every event live, whether it’s on TV or only streamed online, in the device’s Olympics programming section.

NBC: 10 (SD), 810 (HD)
NBCSN: 42 (SD), 848 (HD)
USA Network: 5 (SD), 823 (HD)
CNBC: 47 (SD), 819 (HD)
Olympic Channel: 822 (HD)

Verizon FioS

NBC: 10 (SD), 510 (HD)
NBCSN: 90 (SD), 590 (HD)
USA Network: 50 (SD), 550 (HD)
CNBC: 102 (SD), 602 (HD)
Olympic Channel: 91 (SD), 591 (HD)

RCN

NBC: 10 (SD), 610 (HD)
NBCSN: 382, 691 (HD)
USA Network: 109 (SD), 624 (HD)
CNBC: 47 (SD), 651 (HD)
Olympic Channel: 113 (SD only)

DirecTV

NBC: 10 (SD and HD)
NBCSN: 220 (SD and HD)
USA Network: 242 (SD and HD)
CNBC: 355 (SD and HD)
Olympic Channel: 624 (SD and HD)

Dish Network

NBC: 10 (SD and HD)
NBCSN: 159 (SD and HD)
USA Network: 105 (SD and HD)
CNBC: 208 (SD and HD)
Olympic Channel: 389 (SD and HD)