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Lighting of the Olympic Flame Tokyo 2020 and Handover Ceremonies – Live Feeds Available to Media

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© IOC-VNRs are for bona fide news reporting purposes only and all rights required for their production have been cleared. Terms and Conditions of the IOC Newsroom and Olympic.org apply. This IOC-VNR shall be used in accordance with the News Access Rules for the Olympic Torch Relay Tokyo 2020, here, in particular in respect to the Amount of Content, Amount per News Programme, Airing after broadcast by RHBs only, Duration of Use, No use of Olympic Properties, No Commercial Association, On-screen Courtesy Credit (“Courtesy of The International Olympic Committee”), Infringements & Monitoring, etc.
Location: Athens, Greece

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Lighting of the Olympic Flame and Handover Ceremonies – Live Feeds Available to Media

On 12 March, the Olympic flame will be lit in front of the ruins of the Temple of Hera in Olympia, Greece. Seven days later, on 19 March, the Olympic Flame will be handed over from Greece to the Host City of Tokyo at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, where the first modern Olympic Games were held in 1896.

Both events will be covered live by the Olympic Channel, in collaboration with ERT, Greece’s state-owned public radio and television broadcaster. These feeds will be offered free of charge to Media by the International Organising Committee (IOC) and distributed globally through satellite in cooperation with Overon.

Deadline for booking the Olympic Flame Lighting live feed is Friday 06 March 2020.

Deadline for booking the Handover Ceremony live feed is Wednesday 11 March 2020.

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© IOC-VNRs are for bona fide news reporting purposes only and all rights required for their production have been cleared. Terms and Conditions of the IOC Newsroom and Olympic.org apply. This IOC-VNR shall be used in accordance with the News Access Rules for the Olympic Torch Relay Tokyo 2020, here, in particular in respect to the Amount of Content, Amount per News Programme, Airing after broadcast by RHBs only, Duration of Use, No use of Olympic Properties, No Commercial Association, On-screen Courtesy Credit (“Courtesy of The International Olympic Committee”), Infringements & Monitoring, etc.

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