Tony Awards Will Be Broadcast in More Than 45 Countries

News   Tony Awards Will Be Broadcast in More Than 45 Countries
Tony Award Productions in association with CABLEready will distribute the 64th Annual Tony Awards telecast, which airs June 13 at 8 PM ET on CBS, to four continents and over 45 countries around the globe.

The annual celebration of the Broadway stage will be available by the following international broadcasters: Australia – Broadcast nationwide on the BIO Channel, available on Pay TV operator FOXTEL
Canada – Available in Toronto, and in the Ontario metropolitan area on Sun TV
Japan – Airing nationwide on NHK
New Zealand – Airing nationwide on the Arts Channel, available on Pay TV operator SKY
South America – Available across the continent on the Film & Arts Channel, also available on cable and satellite platforms everywhere
Armed Forces Television – Available to the US Armed Forces stationed outside of the United States

Emmy Award winner and 2010 Tony nominee Sean Hayes will host the awards live from Radio City Music Hall. The 2010 Tony Awards are presented by the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing.

The first hour of the Tony Awards (7-8 PM ET) will be available online by visiting

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