- Associated Press - Friday, May 9, 2014

The $7.75 billion deal giving NBC the exclusive U.S. broadcast rights for six Olympics from 2022-2032 is the latest in a long line of American network rights deals with the IOC.

Under the agreement reached Wednesday, NBC will pay $2.5 billion for the Olympics of 2022 and 2024, $2.55 billion for 2026-2028 and $2.6 billion for 2030-2032. There was an additional $100 million signing bonus for promotion of the Olympics.

Here’s a list of some of the previous U.S. Olympic rights deals:

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SUMMER OLYMPICS

1964 Tokyo - NBC, $1.5 million

1968 Mexico City - ABC, $4.5 million

1972 Munich - ABC, $7.5 million

1976 Montreal - ABC, $25 million

1980 Moscow - NBC, $72.3 million

1984 Los Angeles - ABC, $225.6 million

1988 Seoul - NBC, $300 million

1992 Barcelona - NBC, $401 million

1996 Atlanta - NBC, $456 million

2000 Sydney - NBC, $705 million

2004 Athens - NBC, $793.5 million

2008 Beijing - NBC, $893 million

2012 London - NBC, $1.181 billion

2016 Rio de Janeiro - NBC, $1.226 billion

2020 Tokyo - NBC, $1.418 billion

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WINTER OLYMPICS

1976 Innsbruck - ABC, $10 million

1980 Lake Placid - ABC, $15.5 million

1984 Sarajevo - ABC, $91.55 million

1988 Calgary - ABC, $309 million

1992 Albertville - CBS, $243 million

1994 Lillehammer - CBS, $295 million

1998 Nagano - CBS, $375 million

2002 Salt Lake City - NBC, $545 million

2006 Turin - NBC, $613.4 million

2010 Vancouver - NBC, $820 million

2014 Sochi - NBC, $775 million

2018 Pyeongchang - NBC, $963 million

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Source: International Olympic Committee