Throughout the Olympic Games, news and entertainment publishers have turned to Facebook Live to share major events and interviews with their audiences. Whether broadcasting in realtime as the Olympic torch makes its way through the Rio streets or showing raw and unedited photos from inside the Olympic swimming pool during final races, these outlets are using Facebook Live to give people immersive experiences from on the ground.

Below are a few examples of Facebook Live videos created by news and entertainment media in Rio:

ABC News interviewed Team USA sprinter Morolake Akinosun about competing in Rio:


Access Hollywood was live with Kit Hoover,  Natalie Morales, and Rob Silverstein, while they recounted their interviews with Michael Phelps‘s mother, his childhood friends, and Aly Raisman‘s family:


BBC Sport interviewed Team Great Britain‘s Amy Tinkler, Nile Wilson, Laura Trott, Jason Kenny, Jack Law, and Chris Mears from Day 12 in Rio:


CNN‘s Dr. Sanjay Gupta was on the streets of Rio de Janeiro as the Olympic torch is made its way down Copacabana Beach:


Conde Nast Traveler’s Mark Ellwood gave viewers a tour of Copacabana Beach:


DC Esportes spoke to legendary Brazilian tennis player Guga Kuerten after he held the Olympic torch:


The New York Times‘Juliet Macur interviewed 4-time gold medalist Simone Biles:


The New York Times – Lens – Photography used Facebook Live to allow people to follow the Games in realtime through their photos — raw and unedited — from the Olympic swimming pool:


People Magazine interviewed Michael Phelps to discuss his retirement and his son, Boomer:


Rádio BandNews FM went live with Rafaela Silva, winner of the first gold medal for Team Brazil:


Reuters discussed the impact and legacy of the Olympic Games on Rio’s poorest areas while in the Rocinha favela:


The Today Show‘s Hoda Kotb gave a tour of the new ‪#‎RioTODAY‬ set on Copacabana beach:


Us Weekly chatted with swimmer Missy Franklin about her fellow USA Olympians, television cameos, and what she’s looking forward to back at home:


The Wall Street Journal‘s sports reporter Jason Gay and sports correspondent Rachel Bachman used Facebook Live in Rio to talk about Michael Phelps, Simone Biles, trampolines, and green pools:


Washington Post Sports was at Washington Dulles Airport in Virginia to broadcast Katie Ledecky‘s homecoming:


24horas talked about final preparations before the rowing competitions at Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon: