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CBS.com and CBS Radio Stations Join Forces for Live Grammy Pre-Show from the Red Carpet, Sunday, FeB. 11 Starting at 6 Pm, Et/3 Pm, Pt
"Live from the Grammy Red Carpet" to be streamed free of charge on CBS.com and on CBS Radio Station web sites this Sunday, Feb. 11 from 6:00-7:45 PM, ET/3:00-4:45 PM, PT.
CBS.COM AND CBS RADIO STATIONS JOIN FORCES FOR LIVE GRAMMY PRE-SHOW FROM THE RED CARPET, SUNDAY, FEB. 11 STARTING AT 6 PM, ET/3 PM, PT
KROQ And "Loveline" Radio Personality Stryker Hosts The Live Webcast, Entitled LIVE FROM THE GRAMMY RED CARPET
Webcast Will Feature Interviews With Performers And Other Celebrity Guests
Catch all of the GRAMMY red carpet action on LIVE FROM THE GRAMMY RED CARPET, to be streamed free of charge on CBS.com and on CBS Radio Station web sites this Sunday, Feb. 11 from 6:00-7:45 PM, ET/3:00-4:45 PM, PT. KROQ 106.7 and "Loveline" radio personality Stryker hosts the live, two-hour webcast, which will feature interviews with performers and celebrities attending THE 49TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS, to be broadcast Sunday, Feb. 11 (8:00-11:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The majority of CBS's 147 radio stations will carry the live webcast on their websites, including KROQ in Los Angeles (kroq.com), WINS in New York City (1010wins.com), WXRT in Chicago (wxrt.com), WYCD in Detroit (wycd.com) and KIFR in San Francisco (1069freefm.com). Additionally, the radio stations will provide on-air mentions directing listeners to the live webcast.
Stryker joined KROQ in 1999, and brings his knowledge of current music and trends to the station's 4:00-7:00PM timeslot. He also co-hosts Loveline with Dr. Drew which airs from 10:00PM-12:00AM in Los Angeles and is syndicated to more than 80 markets nationwide. Featuring live phone calls from listeners and celebrity in-studio guests helping to dispense their experience and advice, the program continues to be one of the highest rated programs in Los Angeles and around the country. Stryker's radio career began at Power 1490 in Tucson, Ariz. He went on to start the alternative rock station, The End, and later worked at KFMA (1998-99). Stryker has also hosted numerous television shows, appeared in feature length films, and voiced the popular videogame Burnout 3.