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Japan Consortium extends Olympic broadcast rights to 2032

A cyclist passes the under-construction New National Stadium, the main stadium for Tokyo 2020, back in August (by Carl Court/Getty Images)

The Japan Consortium, which includes public-service broadcaster NHK and the Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association (JBA), has extended its Olympic Games rights deal until the 2032 summer Olympics.

The Japan Consortium already held rights until the 2024 summer Olympics in Paris through a deal signed in June 2014. The new contract with the International Olympic Committee spans four games from 2026 to 2032, including the 2026 winter Games in Milano-Cortina and the 2028 summer Olympics in Los Angeles.

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