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How to watch the Grammys online

LOS ANGELES -- Want to watch music's biggest night, but not near a TV? No problem -- CBS, the network broadcasting the Grammys, has offered options to live stream the annual telecast.

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Adele performs "Rolling in the Deep" at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, in this February 12, 2012 file photo. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files

LOS ANGELES -- Want to watch music's biggest night, but not near a TV? No problem -- CBS, the network broadcasting the Grammys, has offered options to live stream the annual telecast.

The awards start with a pre-telecast ceremony at 1:30 p.m. MST, hosted by Hunter Hayes. The country singer will be on hand at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to announce early winners in the 83 categories. This early show will be available at grammy.com/live and on CBS.com.

As for the big show, the Grammys will kick off at 6 p.m. MST at the Staples Center. Along with broadcasting on CBS (the show is airing live on the West Coast for the first time), the ceremony will be available for live stream on CBS.com and the CBS All Access app. That includes streaming on Apple TV, desktop, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire, Xbox 360 and Android, iOS and Windows phones and tablets.

Watching on CBS.com requires cable authentication -- conveniently, however, the network is currently offering a free week-long trial of its CBS All Access, providing another option for those without cable.

The biggest nominees at the ceremony include pop star Taylor Swift, rapper Kendrick Lamar and pop/hip-hop artist the Weeknd. LL Cool J will return to host.

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