Infographic: Broadcast Firsts at the Olympics

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Thanks to the growth of broadcast media technology, more of the world can join in the celebration of sportsmanship and athletic achievements that is the Olympic Games. From the historically triumphant gold medal wins of Jesse Owens in 1936, to the record breaking achievements of Michael Phelps in 2008, innovations in broadcasting have allowed for everyone to experience the thrill of the Games.

Infographic: Broadcast Firsts at the Olympics

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