The 90th episode of the Oscars 2018 ceremony tonight, Sunday, March 4 from 8 pm ET / 5 pm Pacific Time, with comedian Jimmy Kimmel and the host of the night and serves as a master of ceremonies.
As in previous years, the Oscars will not be the easiest program to broadcast online. ABC, which televised the Oscars 2018, will offer a live webcast on its website, abc.com site, and by the ABC app for various mobile and smart TV platforms.
But in a sign of how ABC really wants to see the Oscar from an old television service school, transmission is limited to people in specific markets who subscribe to the participation of TV providers.
These markets: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco. The list of providers includes major companies: Comcast, Spectrum Charter, AT & T U-Verse, Verizon and DirecTV as well as YouTube TV.
By the way, you can watch it for free if you have an antenna connected to your TV. Crazy, no?
In addition, DirecTV subscribers in other markets will also be able to access the broadcast, according to ABC’s Oscars FAQ. They are: Albuquerque, Boston, Fort Smith / Fayetteville, Jackson (Mississippi), Kansas City, Milwaukee, Monterey-Salinas, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Portland-Auburn (Maine), Savannah and West Palm Beach.
The show will also be available for broadcast via subscription to Sling, Hulu Live TV or YouTube TV.
This year, you will see some red carpet moments and behind the scenes through Facebook Watch from 18:30. Mr. ET / 3:30 p. Mr. PT. The live broadcast of the Oscars 2018, or what Facebook and ABC have called “Oscar: All Access” will be on the Academy website on Facebook Watch and ABC’s Facebook page, as well as Oscar.com and ABCNews .com
ABC is promoting that, this year, “the Facebook community watching the live broadcast of” The Oscar: All Access “will also receive a digital autograph of one of its favorite stars on the red carpet.this means, but if you try it, let us know.
Amazon is also doing a piece for the Oscars 2018 cover. Alexa is ready to answer any questions she may have, such as “Who will win the best movie?” And “When will the Oscars be broadcast?” Alexa users can also activate the skills for Oscar trivia and challenge each other in previous Oscar winners. asking, “Alexa, play Oscar for the best movie.”
A big prize to see: the favorite actress of all, Meryl Streep, is again nominated for the best actress. She beats her own record this year with her 21st Oscars 2018 nomination.