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When is the 2014 Grammy Awards tonight? TV channel, time, how to watch online

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Preparations are in full swing in Hollywood today and a series of Grammy Eve parties were held last night, the LA Times reported Sunday. The Grammy Awards are on tonight. The show is officially called the "56th Annual Grammy Awards. If you are a big music fan, the big question on your mind tonight might very well be the obvious question, the time and channel for the show.

When in the 2014 Grammies on? What channel and what time?

The Grammy Awards will be broadcast locally on KPIX, Channel 5, CBS at 8 p.m.

The Grammy's TV show is tape-delayed for us in the west. It will air at 8 p.m., 7 p.m. Central on CBS stations throughout the country. That means that if you don't want to hear any spoilers, avoid the Internet and news reports from 8 p.m. EST on.

How long is the Grammy Awards show?

The show is scheduled to run three and a half hours. That means locally the late news will begin at 11:30 p.m.

Can I watch the Grammys online?

Yes, here's the official word from Grammy organizers on that: Live content is available across GRAMMY.com (www.grammy.com/live),

What is the official Grammy Twitter account?

GRAMMY Twitter account (@TheGRAMMYs).

The bottom line on the 2014 56th Annual Grammy Awards show

The Grammy's begin at 8 p.m. EST. The show will be broadcast on CBS. The show lasts 3.5 hours. And again, see the link above if you want to watch the official Grammy show live streaming online on the Internet.

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