How to Watch the 2016 Olympics on Roku
It's that time again, for a welcome break from all the election drama, watch the 2016 Olympics on your Roku
Here are some great ways to stream the games right from your Roku
Number One - Get an Over the Air TV Antenna
You can even record live shows and watch them later with a computer and an HDHomeRun. You can learn more about this handy over the air network TV tuner by clicking here.
Watch the Olympics on the NBC Sports Live Extra Roku Channel
NBC Sports Live Extra streams all live sports content televised by NBC, NBCSN and Golf Channel, including the Summer and Winter Olympics.
To watch the events live you would need to log in with your TV provider account information.
NOTE: NBC’s local network feeds are only available to Sling TV and Playstation Vue in limited markets.
To add this channel to your Roku plus more free cable channels to watch on your Roku as well... click here
BBC One, *BBC 4 and NBC on the Free Roku XTV channel also have Olympic Games Coverage. Click here to add the XTV Private Roku Channel
If you are in the USA, the BBC One channel is geo-blocked unless you use a VPN and set your IP address to one in Canada or the UK. FilmOn on Roku also have carries the same BBC channels.
*Try BBC 4 it has not been blocked and you can watch live Olympic coverage.
Get the USTVNow Channel and Sign Up for a 45 Day Free Trial
This Roku channel will give you all the major networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and PBS for Free! Sign up for the free trial and you will be able to watch the 2016 Olympics live on USTVNow.
USTVNow broadcasts live Network TV channels from the Eastern Time Zone. This means if you live on the West coast, the shows will air 3 hours earlier. If you sign up for their premium plan, it includes an online DVR plus you get many extra additional cable channels included. You can sign up for as long as you like and also cancel anytime.
For full instructions on how to sign up and add the USTVNow Roku channel... Click Here