If you want to see the Parade of Nations live during the Olympics Opening Ceremony, then you'll need to be in London.
In the age of Twitter, Youtube and instant expectations, NBC has decided to air the London Games' opening ceremonies on tape-delay.
The broadcast begins at 7:30 EST and is again delayed for the west coast so it runs at 7:30 PST, more than six hours after the ceremonies actually begin.
The move has drawn criticism on social media, according to the Huffington Post.
British journalist Matt Wells of The Guardian newspaper tweeted: "NBC showing complete contempt for its audience by not showing or streaming Olympics opening ceremony live."
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