Relive Olympics Moments on VOD, Suddenlink2GO

Did you miss one of the big Olympic moments this week, or was there something that was so amazing you’d like to see it again?  Through Aug. 26, catch highlights on Suddenlink2GO and (where available) Suddenlink Video On Demand (VOD).

 Where Suddenlink VOD is available, turn to Channel 1 and select 2012 London Olympics.  Then choose All Sports, Medal Event Recaps or Ceremonies. A Suddenlink digital receiver is required to access the VOD menu.

 To catch highlights online, visit Suddenlink2GO – London Games.  A Suddenlink online account and a TV package with MSNBC and CNBC are required for live streaming.  Customers who do not have a Suddenlink online account can set up one by visiting suddenlink.net, selecting the “Not Registered? SIGN UP NOW” option — found next to the Log In link on the right side of the page — enter the account number and access code from their Suddenlink bill, and follow the registration instructions.

Prime Time Tonight: Swimming, Gymnastics, Diving

If you didn’t catch online coverage of today’s marquee events, see them on tonight’s prime-time TV coverage of the London Olympics. Swimming finals highlight the action. Medals will be awarded in the men’s 200-meter breaststroke, men’s 100-meter freestyle, women’s 200-meter butterfly and women’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay. In gymnastics, a men’s all-around champion will be crowned. Also, see who medals in the men’s 3-meter springboard synchronized diving competition.

WWYBW, Amarillo, Texas?

 

The sixth and final installment in our WWYBW video series features three Olympic fans from Amarillo, Texas, including Dr. Pat O’Brien, President of West Texas A&M University; Dr. Paul Matney, President of Amarillo College; and Gary Molberg, President of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce.

Follow these links for earlier installments: West Virginia; Greenville, N.C.; Bryan/College Station, Texas; St. Joseph, Mo; and Tyler, Texas.

WWYBW, Tyler, Texas?

 

The fifth installment in our WWYBW video series features five Olympic fans from Tyler, Texas, including (among others) Chamber of Commerce Chief Operating Officer Henry Bell and Smith County Sheriff J.B. Smith.

Follow these links for earlier installments: West Virginia; Greenville, N.C.; Bryan/College Station, Texas; St. Joseph, Mo.

WWYBW, St. Joseph, MO?

 

The fourth installement in our WWYBW video series features four Olympic fans from St. Joseph, MO, including (among others) Mayor Bill Falkner and Dennis Snethen, a four-time Olympic coach.

Follow these links for earlier installements: West Virginia; Greenville, N.C.; Bryan/College Station, Texas.

WWYBW, Bryan/College Station, Texas?

 

The third installement in our WWYBW video series features two Olympic fans from Bryan/College Station, Texas: Ben Downs, Vice President/General Manager of Bryan Broadcasting, and Miles Marks, President of the 12th Man Foundation.

Follow these links for earlier installements: West Virginia; Greenville, N.C.

Olympics Trivia: Newcomers to Watch

All eyes will be on five promising first-time U.S. Olympians in London this summer: Kayla Harrison (women’s judo), Alex Morgan (women’s soccer), Ashton Eaton (men’s decathlon), Carmelita Jeter (women’s track & field—sprinter), and Dannel Leyva (men’s gymnastics). Which of these “newcomers” to the Olympics is 32 years old? Where Suddenlink VOD is available, find out by going to Channel 1, 2012 London Olympics, Intro to London, U.S. Newcomers. A Suddenlink digital receiver is required to access the VOD menu.

WWYBW, Greenville, N.C.?

 

Check out the second in our WWYBW video series. This one features six Olympic fans from Greenville, N.C., including ECU head football coach Ruffin McNeill. And if you missed the first in the series, it’s available here.

WWYBW, West Virginia?

 

This video is the first in a series that we’ll be sharing over the next three weeks, featuring people from Suddenlink communities answering questions about the Olympic sports they plan to spend most of their time watching this summer; their favorite athletes of all time from the Summer Olympics; and their fondest memories of watching the Olympics on TV.

We’re calling it the WWYBW series, for “What Will You Be Watching?” — and yes, we’d love to know how you’d respond.

This first video features (in order of appearance) West Virginia State Senator David Nohe; Jim Strawn, marketing director of Highland Hospital in Charleston, W. Va.; and Tammie Lucas, marketing director of Ramey Auto Group in Beckley/Princeton, W. Va.