Oprah Winfrey’s interview with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong will be streamed live around the world.
The 90-minute interview, in which Armstrong will address the doping and cheating scandal that has enveloped him, will take place next Thursday.
The interview will take place at Armstrong’s home in Austin, Texas and will be the first he has given since the US anti-doping agency USADA issued a damning report, alleging the cyclist has taken part in widespread and prolonged doping.
It will be broadcast on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, the cable channel Winfrey runs with Discovery, as part of the Oprah’s Next Chapter show. However, it does not have international distribution and streaming the interview will allow viewers around the world to tune in.
The interview will be streamed on oprah.com.
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