I'm sure I'm not the only one who has been trolling around trying to find ways to get live, or "faster than US TV" information about World's here in the US. Here is what I've found so far, and I hope others will share whatever else you may have found.
Eurosport: No video broadcast in the US, but I was able to listen to the live coverage during last year's World's and during Europeans this year.
Whatever is being covered "live" via audio at the time you arrive can be accessed through the home page. I haven't figured out the site well enough to get a live coverage schedule in advance - maybe someone else has.
I got this tip from someone at www.fsuniverse.net. It is a subscription service. You can "subscribe" for free just to do a test to make sure it will work with your version of Real Player. I had to adjust some settings in Real Player to get things going, and I also had to log in and out and back in to test each change. But I finally got the test working, so sprung for the $9 US for a month subscription. (which I will cancel right after Worlds) It looks like they are offering over 20 hours of coverage starting with the Pairs SP's on Monday. (I did not see any QR coverage from the FSU poster who put up what the schedule supposedly is) Here is the link to the thread on FSU where there are several posts relating to this. I will be trying it out tomorrow and will post back if it works.
On that same thread at FSU, there is information about a Chinese station that broadcasts over the internet. I may give that one a whirl too.
During World's last year, some people were able to get internet video coverage through an outfit called RAI Sport. I will be researching that one more today as well and post if I find anything interesting.
See at least some of you at 1AM CST, if I've got my time zone conversion right!!