WATCH Rio 2016 Paralympics live

WATCH Rio 2016 Paralympics live

Around 680 hours of coverage from 13 sports will be live streamed on 15 HD channels on the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) website during the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The IPC selected Dailymotion to provide the streaming services. Dailymotion is the world’s second largest video sharing website with three billion video views per month. It also has an extensive network of media publishers, such as news sites, which use the Dailymotion player on their websites.

WATCH Rio 2016 Paralympics live

NBC Sports Network will televise the ceremonies, as well as many of the athletic events. (The opening ceremonies will be available on NBCSN at 6 p.m. CT.)

Where to watch live

Brazil: TV: Globo Sport. Live streaming: Rede Globo.

India: TV: None. Live streaming:, Olympic channel.

China: TV: CCTV. Live streaming:

USA: TV: NBC. Live streaming: Team USA.

UK: TV: Channel 4. Live streaming: Paralympics Channel 4.
To see a complete listing of the tv coverage, check out the broadcast schedule from Team USA’s website.

There will also be live streaming of all athletic events at the Paralympics.

Live streaming can be viewed on computers and mobile devices via Team USA and also at NBCOlympics.

Check out the official Rio Paralympics site for a full schedule of events, information, live medal counts, news and more.
Craig Spence, the IPC’s Director of Media and Communications, said: “We’re really excited that during Rio 2016 we will be live streaming 72 hours of sport each day across 15 channels. It will mean that fans from around the world can either watch the Games on TV or on We’re really excited to be working with Dailymotion for the first time, to use their publisher network and bring the Paralympic Games to new audiences.

“It’s our particular goal to distribute content that captivates and engages our existing community of over 400M global visitors,” said Maxime Saada, CEO of Dailymotion “Our global audience will enjoy the Rio 2016 Paralympics and the Dailymotion player, and our accessibility features will satisfy the public who will discover Dailymotion through this great event”

The IPC’s video and live stream coverage during the Games can be broken down to the following:
• Live coverage of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies
• Up to 72 hours of live sport each day available via 15 HD channels with English commentary
• Almost 700 hours of video on demand
• Two daily highlights shows broadcast in both English
• One daily news show
• Athlete interviews and behind-the scenes content