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Rogers Media Unveils Multiplatform Coverage of 58th GRAMMY Awards

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  • Rogers Media announces exclusive multiplatform coverage of Music’s Biggest Night —  The 58TH Annual GRAMMY Awards. Whether it’s on air or online, get up close and personal to today’s music superstars with City’s live red carpet pre-show, hosted by Rogers Media’s A-list on-air team – Adam Wylde (Entertainment City/KiSS 92.5), Tanya Kim (Entertainment City), Tracy Moore (Cityline), and Chatelaine West Coast Style Contributor Susie Wall.

    The 58TH Annual GRAMMY Awards air live Monday, Feb. 15 on City, with coverage airing before and after across Rogers’s suite of media assets.


    Tuesday, Feb. 9 to Friday, Feb. 12:

    Entertainment City : Daily on Breakfast Television, Your World This Week, and CityNews

    Entertainment City for behind-the-scenes highlights and interviews from L.A.’s biggest parties. Plus, Tanya Kim and Tracy Moore sit down to discuss the night’s most-anticipated categories, buzz-worthy performances, and talked-about fashions.

    Friday, Feb. 12:

    Cityline : 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET/PT (check local listings)

    A special GRAMMY-themed “Fashion Friday,” as host Tracy Moore and stylist Janice Meredith turn celebrity glamour into every-day wear and take viewers through trendy red-carpet looks. Plus, hairstylist Marc Anthony and makeup artist Derek Selby provide tips on how to get a picture-perfect face and a head-turning hairstyle.

    Monday, Feb. 15:

    Breakfast Television at the GRAMMYs® : 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/CT/MT (check local listings)

    Breakfast Television goes live from City’s exclusive GRAMMY headquarters at L.A. Live. Anchored by Kevin Frankish (Breakfast Television Toronto) and Tracy Moore, and featuring Rogers Media’s on-air GRAMMY team – Adam Wylde, Tanya Kim, HELLO! Canada Digital Managing Editor Jessica Pollack, Susie Wall, and City Digital Correspondent Winston Sih – viewers get the first sneak peek of the glamorous pre-GRAMMY events, straight from the heart of the action.

    Breakfast Television Montreal and Vancouver will air select stories from Breakfast Television at the GRAMMY®s throughout their live broadcasts.

    Entertainment City: Live at the GRAMMYs® : 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT (check local listings)

    **Ninety-minute Special – Live Stream Available at **

    As the exclusive Canadian broadcaster from the official GRAMMY red carpet, City’s team of on-air personalities gives viewers a front-row seat to all of the action with two coveted vantage points on the red carpet to capture all of the night’s biggest celebrity entrances.

    Plus, music fans can log on to for an exclusive 90-minute second-screen experience from City’s GRAMMY headquarters at L.A. Live, hosted by Winston Sih and Jessica Pollack. From this interactive hub, Sih and Pollack bring viewers into the action, reacting to celebrity arrivals and sharing their expertise on fashion, music, and entertainment news. Joining the conversation live via Skype throughout the show are Entertainment City’s Teri Hart, FLARE Editor in Chief Cameron Williamson, HELLO! Canada Fashion and Beauty Editor Ally Dean and gossip guru Shinan Govani, and LOULOU Beauty Director Katherine Lalancette.

    Tuesday, Feb. 16:

    Cityline : 9 a.m. ET 

    Joining the action live from L.A., host Tracy Moore takes viewers behind the scenes of her own GRAMMY experience; and Cityline’s fashion panel react to red carpet looks and recap the night’s hits and misses. Plus, join Tracy on a tour of L.A., and watch as she puts her singing skills to the test during an exclusive studio session with GRAMMY and Academy Award nominee, Stephan Moccio.

    Live guests include Tanya Kim, Susie Wall, hairstylist Janet Jackson, makeup artist Tracy Peart, designer Shai DeLuca-Tamasi, and designer Kimberly Seldon.


    Airing on select Rogers Radio stations across the country leading up to the main event, Adam Wylde hosts a one-hour special featuring today’s hottest hits and intimate interviews with this year’s GRAMMY nominees, including Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, Drake, Justin Bieber, and Ed Sheeran.

    Plus, in addition to City’s expansive television coverage, Rogers Radio lends an ear to listeners with behind-the-scenes backstage interviews live throughout the night.

    On Tuesday, Feb. 16, tune in to Rogers Radio stations across Canada to recap all of the night’s most memorable moments.


    City’s online GRAMMY hub,, is home to exclusive live coverage of the night’s events, including three pre-show live streams:

    *Entertainment City: Live at the GRAMMYs® broadcast special

    * Arrivals cam – be the first to see music’s biggest stars as they arrive

    *Fashion cam – get up close and personal with the most-talked-about looks of the night

    Following the pre-show fun, viewers can stream the official broadcast of The 58TH Annual GRAMMY Awards live online.

    Plus, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10, City is partnering with Facebook to bring fans live videos featuring exclusive GRAMMY coverage, available at Then, on Monday, Feb. 15 , viewers can log on to City’s Facebook page for the live 90-minute, second-screen broadcast, hosted by Winston Sih and Jessica Pollack.