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Olympics are living first week with medals,duels and many many words.
On social networks i read many all around the world speaking about problems with national TVs ,pay-tv broadcast races...and so on..
Why to solve the problem and be able to see every race free worldwide??
The first idea are 3 websites very useful as guide:

Today on twitter i have found an interesting link who explains another solution.Probably the best tv-show for Olympics is done by BBC (official english broadcaster).Due to geo-blocking,BBC is impossible to see officially out of United Kingdom:with this link published by LIFEHACKER.COM u will be able to see english television all around the world without being in UK.
You can read this guide to see BBC.. HERE !!!
Personally and privately i use another software an i can guarantee english tv is doing a very great job!!!


Le Olimpiadi sono nel vivo con medaglie,duelli e tante logiche discussioni.Sui social networks leggo di molti utenti in tutto il mondo con problemi con le proprie tu nazionali o con le paytv a pagamento.
Come risolvere questo problema e poter vedere ogni gara dal vivo in ogni angolo del mondo??
La prima idea sono tre siti molto utili e ben organizzati che ho inserito nella versione inglese del post.
Su twitter oggi ho poi trovato un link interessante che spiega un'altra soluzione.Probabilmente la miglior produzione televisiva olimpica è quella della inglese BBC.A causa dei blocchi geografici,il canale di stato inglese è impossibile da vedere fuori dal Regno Unito.Questo link pubblicato dagli americani di LIFEHACKER.COM vi permette di risolvere il problema.
A QUESTA PAGINA potete trovare tutta la guida in inglese che vi permette di vedere ovunque il canale di stato inglese.
Posso infine confermare personalmente la bontà dello streaming dei canali inglesi...una produzione invidiabile e magistrale.

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