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09 Jan 2012
IOC News , Social media news , Press Release

How to follow the first ever Winter Youth Olympic Games, Innsbruck 2012

The Winter Youth Olympic Games will take place in Innsbruck, Austria, from 13 to 22 January and you can follow them from wherever you are in the world.

News, interviews and loads more exclusive content from  Innsbruck 2012  can be viewed on and, while daily highlights will be available on our dedicated YouTube channel,, as well as on the websites of our worldwide rights holding broadcasters.

For real-time updates and photos of the Games, check out the Twitter, Flickr and Facebook accounts of the IOC Media and Youth Olympic Games:

Over 69 territories worldwide will broadcast the Games (check your local listings), with 35 of these showing the footage on free-to-air channels. Others will broadcast on cable or satellite platforms.

In addition, with some 800 print, Internet and broadcast journalists accredited for Innsbruck 2012, worldwide coverage is guaranteed to keep you in the know about the Innsbruck 2012 Youth Olympic Games.


Notes to Editors:

On the IOC Media Twitter account you will find links to IOC press releases and high-resolution photos as well as other information critical to journalists covering the Games.

The Associated Press Television Network (APTN) will distribute a series of Video News Releases on behalf of the IOC during the Games, in addition to daily news packages of highlights for broadcasters worldwide.


For more information, please contact the IOC Media Relations Team:
Tel: +41 21 621 6000 e-mail:, or visit our web site at




For an extensive selection of photos available shortly after each event, please follow us on Flickr
To request archive photos and footage, please contact our Images team at:

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Innsbruck 2012

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