Today’s Dish: NBC insured for Olympics against coronavirus

Today's Dish

(WTNH)– It’s on everyone’s mind, the coronavirus and with the Olympics around the corner NBC and Comcast have taken out an insurance policy!

In case the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are canceled this summer, they’re covered.

It’s unclear what the policy is costing them but seeing that NBC spent billions of dollars obtaining the rights to broadcast the games it won’t be cheap.

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