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BBC set to share Olympic Games TV coverage

THE BBC’s reign

as sole Olympics broadcaster looks set to end amid huge cost-cutting. It is considering sharing coverage with either ITV or Channel 4 for the 2016 Rio Games in Brazil. Bosses are struggling to find the 100million fee and a BBC source said: “The fee

is huge and it won’t all be prime time

due to the time difference. “Some of the execs here want to keep it to ourselves but can we really afford it? It could be the time to strike a deal with other broadcasters. “There are more important sporting events to keep on the BBC – like Wimbledon, the Grand National and the World Cup final.” It recently had to team up with Sky to continue showing Formula One and has lost many major football events,

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ding the FA Cup final. A source at ITV, which last shared Olympics coverage with the Beeb in 1988, said: “If any big sports rights are up for grabs, we are interested. We’d welcome talks with the BBC about joining together.” Channel 4 chief creative officer Jay Hunt has said she wants more sport on her channel. But a BBC spokes-man refused to comment yesterday, saying: “We never discuss rights or negotiations.” Meanwhile, the Beeb says it will launch a temporary Olympics digital radio station for London 2012. The announcement that fans will be kept bang up to date came as Google revealed diving sensation Tom Daley is the most searched for British athlete on the internet in the past year ahead of the Games. Tom, 17, was even ahead of sought-after tickets. Swimmer Rebecca Adlington, triathlon stars the Brownlee brothers and triple-jump champion Phillips Idowu completed the top five. Swimmer Keri-Anne Payne, the first British athlete to qualify for 2012, was seventh. 3A SEARCH began yesterd

ay for 10,000 volunteers to take part in next year’s opening and closing ceremonies as dancers, actors, percussionists and

all-round performers. Apply at www.london2012.com/ceremoniescasting

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