By Andrew Gans
06 Jun 2013
|Photo by Corey Hayes|
Tony Awards will be made available by the international broadcasters listed below.
Latin America: Film & Arts - airs live June 9 at 21:00h (Arg, Bra, Chi) or 18:00h (Mex)
New Zealand: Sky Network - Arts Channel. Airs June 10 at 8:30.
Australia: Foxtel Bio channel. Airs live at 10 AM local time June 10.
Japan: NHK. Check local listings.
The Philippines: Velvet Channel. Airs live at 8 AM local time June 10.
Armed Forces Television: Available to the U.S. Armed Forces stationed outside of the United States. Check listings.
Unless otherwise noted, the broadcasts will occur either live or within a week of the June 10 U.S. broadcast on CBS. Check local listings for more information.
"I think [it]is going to be great," Harris told the industry paper. "They don’t get paid a lot of money for it and there’s a lot of back and forth doing revisions, and re-records and orchestrations. I mean, just for one song, one time. They’re so gung ho and so excited by it, and I deeply value them for that. But I also know why. It’s because we all watched the Tonys growing up. That was our one night of the year to get to second-act these shows and see them performed live. I was from small-town New Mexico and did the exact same thing. You get a little bit of a pass when you ask people to participate in the Tonys. Even though it may be exhausting, there’s a glimmer in their eyes that makes it hard for them to say no."
The Tony Awards, hosted by Harris, will be broadcast live June 9 at 8 PM ET (PT time delay).
The 2013 Tony Awards are presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing.