ABC News is covering the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games across all platforms beginning Thursday, February 6. ABC News Correspondents Amy Robach and Matt Gutman will report from Sochi on events, athletes, breaking news and other highlights through the closing ceremony for ABC’s broadcast, digital and radio properties. From Moscow, ABC News International Affairs Correspondent Hamish MacDonald will be updating the latest on the games, as well.
ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross will have breaking news on Sochi security threats and allegations of corruption surrounding the games. He will be reporting from New York. Also, ABC News Senior Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas will report from Washington, D.C. on safety concerns.
ABC News Radio correspondent Jim Ryan is in Sochi providing extensive coverage on newscasts to ABC’s affiliates and digital partners. ABC NewsOne, the network’s affiliate news service, will provide daily reports from Sochi for more than 200 ABC affiliates and clients.
ABC News will use the power of social media to take users to Sochi, with producers and correspondents actively using Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to engage with audiences in real time. Additionally, the news division’s Social Media Desk will be staffed 24 hours a day to monitor developments from the games and break news and results.