IOC board member Richard Carrion speaks during an interview with the Associated Press following an IOC board meeting in London, Wednesday, April, 6, 2011. The IOC's TV negotiator says the Olympic body... more 
IOC board member Richard Carrion speaks during an interview with the Associated Press following an IOC board meeting in London, Wednesday, April, 6, 2011. The IOC's TV negotiator says the Olympic body plans to sell the next set of lucrative U.S. television rights in June, with networks given the option of bidding on two or four games. In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday, Richard Carrion says he expects three networks to compete for the contract. He says it's likely the winning fee will surpass the $2 billion that NBC paid for the rights to the 2010 and 2012 Olympics. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Alastair Grant
Thu, Apr 7, 2011 2:30 PM EDT