Before I wrap up this blog's coverage of the 2016 World Championship, let's have one post featuring reports from the major chess news sites, like I did for Carlsen - Anand II, Chess Press Overview (December 2014). This time around, I"ll start with Youtube videos. The award for the best coverage goes to Chess24.com, who fought hard to establish their right to broadcast the games, then followed through with with first class performances.
For the sake of completeness, I should also mention Chess24's written reports. The report on the tiebreaks has a list of earlier reports at the end.
For concise analysis of individul games, I'll go with 'Power Play Chess' by GM Daniel King.
- World Championship 2016 Carlsen v Karjakin (playlist)
Again for the sake of completeness, I'll mention the official organizers of the event. Although their game broadcasts are locked away somewhere, they've released excerpts.
- World Chess (channel)
Finally, here are round-by-round written reports from the same news sources that consistently produce timely reports.
There is plenty of material for further study here.