The Olympics are over, and it’s time for a final medal count. No, we’re not talking about Michael Phelps here, nor about the fact that the Chinese got more gold medals than everyone else. Instead, we’re gonna take one last look at where people went to watch the Olympics online.

First the good news for NBC: served a total of 75.5 million streams during the games despite all the uproar about Silverlight, tape delays and a bad UI. The site clocked a total of 9.9 million hours of online video coverage. That’s impressive, even if NBC’s online video advertising revenue wasn’t, but there are plenty of other success stories all around the globe. Continue reading on

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