The Grammy Awards 2013 will feature live stream online and television coverage on Sunday night. While the actual awards ceremony will not be shown on the internet legally, the red carpet will be streaming online, and special access to the awards show will as well.
The Grammys live streaming coverage will be presented on the official Grammy website, according to a report from TV.com on Feb. 9. They note that the ceremony will only shown on television, with the red carpet pre-show available online. The Grammy's website lists that online coverage from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST.
A report from NY Daily News on Saturday, Feb. 9 indicates that less than 10% of the actual award winners are shown on the televised ceremony. In fact, the majority of the night is dedicated to the musical performances. Among this year's performers are Frank Ocean, Rihanna, Miranda Lambert, Alicia Keys, and Taylor swift. Justin Timberlake is also scheduled to perform new music for the first time on television in over six years.
The majority of awards being given out will occur during a special "Pre-Telecast Ceremony" which will live stream online prior to the main awards ceremony. This portion of coverage online is from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. EST and features Grammy awards handed out in 81 categories, along with some performances in various genres.
The main Grammy Awards 2013 show begins at 8 p.m. EST and lasts until about 11:30 p.m. EST. rap musician and "NCIS: Los Angeles" star LL Cool J hosting the ceremony. The show will be seen locally on CBS affiliate WDBJ 7 on Cox Cable, but will also have a special live streaming "Multi-Screen Experience" online. Viewers can watch this on mobile devices, tablets or computers in addition to the televised ceremony.