Music fans won't be at a loss for keeping tabs on the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, being broadcast on the CBS Television Network Sunday from 8-11:30 p.m. ET/PT; live streaming coverage of the broadcast can also be viewed online with CBS All Access at CBS.com.
But there's more: Beginning Sunday at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT, the Recording Academy and CBS will launch Grammy Live, offering viewers around the globe unprecedented, multi-platform access to red carpet arrivals and behind-the-scenes action, leading up to and throughout the Grammy Awards broadcast.
Grammy Live will be the only place where the complete Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony -- presenting winners in approximately 70 Grammy categories -- will be available.
Also on view: red carpet coverage hosted by MTV's Quddus, Louise Roe of "Access Hollywood," and Andrew Burnette; live blogging by British songwriter, singer and actress Rita Ora; backstage access; in-audience correspondents; views from the red carpet; and social media updates from Twitter and Instagram.
Grammy Live can be viewed at www.grammy.com/live and at CBS.com, with a free trial of CBS All Access, as well as through both the Grammy Live app for iOS, Android and Windows Mobile, and the CBS App for iOS and Android.
CBSN, the online streaming service from CBS News, is also producing a countdown to the Grammy Awards, presenting all the action live from the red carpet from 6-8 p.m. ET, on cbsn.cbsnews.com.