The Olympics Games: Rio 2016 by the Numbers

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For 17 days this summer the world will come together to watch the biggest sporting event on the planet. Brought to you by over 140,000 TV and broadcast stations around the world, let’s take a look at the numbers projected to break broadcasting and social media records.

The Olympic Games: Rio 2016 by the Numbers

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Photo Credits:
Antimarino Track Field by David Fulmer on Flickr
FIFA FanFest Cuiabá by Paulisson Miura on Flickr
Beach by Brazil Women’s Beach Volleyball on Flickr
Morro do Pão de Açúcar by Rodrigo Soldon on Flickr