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Olympics 2012: Viewing figures, online statistics & video catch-up

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Jon Jacob | 16:32 UK time, Monday, 13 August 2012

Over on the BBC Internet Blog, Head of product for BBC Sport and London 2012 Cait O'Riordan has written about the 'BBC's digital Olympics', providing detail on how the Games was viewed online. . She writes:

The BBC's promise was to deliver coverage of every sport from every venue, and we certainly achieved this with our digital coverage: from the blue ribbon events like the 100m final all the way to the first taekwondo heats, the multi-faceted entirety of the Olympics was available to watch throughout the day across online and Red Button.

The BBC Media Centre published details on viewing figures from across the 2012 Olympics earlier this afternoon.

Every moment of the London 2012 Olympics is available on the BBC Sport website until 13 January 2013 (UK only).

Yesterday, Director-General Mark Thompson offered his thanks to staff and audiences on the About the BBC blog.

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