The games were covered by the following broadcasters:
- Japan: NHK, NTV, TBS, Fuji TV, TV Asahi & TV Tokyo
- South Korea: MBC
- United States of America: CBS & TNT
- United Kingdom: BBC
- Canada: CBC
- Sweden: SVT
- Germany: ARD and ZDF
- Norway: NRK
- Australia: Seven Network
- Finland: YLE
- Italy: RAI
- Poland: TVP
- Brazil: SporTV, Rede Manchete and Rede Bandeirantes
- Chile: La Red
- Austria: ORF
- Netherlands: NOS
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