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Snapchat takes us inside the Olympics like never before

The Olympics is a spectacle, a very expensive spectacle. NBC holds the exclusive TV rights very, very dearly, spending $963 million just for these Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. The media giant already got that back in ad sales, but how's the audience?  For TV, the viewership numbers might not look so great. If you're like 20-something millennial in NYC who works an office job and goes out almost nightly (a.
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