90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Will Be Live-Streamed | Playbill

News 90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Will Be Live-Streamed The annual event will be available for viewing on Verizon’s YouTube page.
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In addition to broadcasts on NBC and CBS, The 90th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be live-streamed by NBC, according to adage.com.

The parade will be shot in 360-degree video, allowing “viewers to pan in any direction as they watch. Footage will be assembled from 360-degree cameras positioned along the parade route.”

Olivia Culpo and Marlon Wayans will host the live-stream, which will begin at 9 AM ET November 24 on Verizon's YouTube page.

As previously reported, NBC's November 24 telecast will also begin at 9 AM ET hosted by Today’s Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, and Al Roker. Set for 34th Street performances are the casts of Broadway's Holiday Inn, Waitress, Paramour, and Cats as well as the world-famous Radio City Rockettes and a preview performance from NBC’s Hairspray Live!, which premieres December 7.

Several Broadway productions also perform on The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS, which is broadcast live on CBS Thanksgiving Day beginning at 9 AM ET. The three-hour program includes performances from Broadway's The Color Purple, On Your Feet!, and School of Rock. Viewers can also expect to enjoy performances by 16-time Grammy winner Sting and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert.

Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier and The Insider’s Keltie Knight host the CBS telecast live from New York City. Emmy Award-winning producers Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss (The Tony Awards) are executive producers.

For more information about the annual New York City parade, visit Macys.com/parade or call the Parade hotline at (212) 494-4495.

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