Audio Essay: Opening the Olympics Over the Years

Friday, July 27, 2012

In the global television era, the Olympics opening ceremonies have evolved into a genre like no other: Part opera, part Disney, part Superbowl halftime show, part air show, and part fashion show. In this audio essay, John Hockenberry explores the similarities and differences of past ceremonies.

Produced by:

John Light

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