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NBC Universal's Sochi performance is partly measured in gold, too.
SOCHI, Russia - You've just spent two weeks of your life watching things you won't even think about for another four years.
In Sweden, commentators have fun with Norway's misfortunes. The Dutch can't get enough of their speedskaters. Japan is so crazy about figure skating they show warmups. Canada is hockey crazy, Russia struggles to stay positive even when things look down and the U.S. salutes its stars with the national anthem as it's time to go to bed.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
SOCHI, Russia - Bob Costas returned as host for NBC's prime-time Olympic coverage Monday night, if still not exactly clear-eyed, at least with a sharpened sense of respect for the colleagues and crew who covered for him during a six-day absence.
SOCHI, Russia - NBC's Bob Costas plans to make his return to NBC on Monday after being off the air for a week with an eye infection.
NBC is turning to Meredith Vieira on Friday and probably at least one other day to substitute for Bob Costas, who continues to be held off the network's prime-time Olympics broadcast because of an eye infection.
With Bob Costas sidelined with an infection that has reddened both his eyes and blurred his vision, "Today" show anchor Matt Lauer filled in Tuesday on NBC's prime-time Olympics coverage.
His experiment in television with NBC over for now, David Remnick leaves Sochi on Tuesday to resume his day job as editor of The New Yorker magazine.