CTV.ca invites fans to join the 40th annual Juno Awards online celebration

For the past decade CTV has taken THE JUNO AWARDS from coast to coast, now for the 10th anniversary broadcast ctv.ca invites viewers across the country to log on and join the celebration in Toronto.

JUNOS.CTV.CA puts interactive and exclusive content at your fingertips to celebrate 40 years of Canada’s Music Awards.

Music lovers will find interviews with artists like Arcade Fire, Hannah Georgas, Justin Rutledge and Owen Pallett, a JUNO Events Guide to maximize the JUNO’s experience, photo galleries of events and historical JUNO moments, and an interactive map of Toronto’s historical music venues. 

Then, on Sunday, March 27, 2011 starting at 6:30 p.m. ET (7:30 p.m. AT), plug in to the live stream of ETALK AT THE JUNOS for red carpet coverage with ETALK anchors Ben Mulroney and Tanya Kim, ETALK reporter Lainey and MTV NEWS Host Aliya-Jasmine Sovani. 

Fans can also take the JUNO experience to the next level by interacting with fashion and gossip mavens and radio hosts from across the country on THE JUNO AWARDS live chat. Here, fans can ask questions, make comments and interact with panellists throughout the evening. Participating from across Canada include: 


Calgary, Alberta – Zack Hewitt – KOOL 101.5 Music Director 

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Stephanie McGrath – Sympatico.ca columnist for Fashionism.ca (Red Carpet chat only)

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Ana Almeida – 101.3 The BOUNCE morning show host

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Zach Bedford – C100 mid-day host

Kingston, Ontario – Candace Drover – FLY 98.3 music director

Lindsay, Ontario – Isaac Kelsey – BOB 91.9 mid-day host 

Ottawa, Ontario – Cody Jeffreys – MAJIC 100 mid-day host 

Ottawa, Ontario – Sandy Sharkey – BOB 93.9 Ottawa morning co-host 

Peterborough, Ontario – Angela Rose – Energy 99.7 morning co-host & Country 105 Peterborough mid-day host

Toronto, Ontario – Elizabeth Bromstein – Sympatico.ca music blog Eat This!

Toronto, Ontario – Jeni McKenzie – FLOW 93-5 weekday afternoons 

Toronto, Ontario – Richie Favalaro – CHUM FM weekend jock 

Vancouver, BC – Dale Wolfe – QMFM 103.5 afternoons 

Vancouver, BC – Jonny Staub – THE BEAT 94.5 midday announcer 

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Beau – FAB 94•3 morning co-host

Windsor, Ontario – Greg Gnyp – 93.9 The River morning man

Winnipeg, Manitoba – Kelly Parker – 99.9 BOB FM afternoon drive host 


Music devotees can also hit up muchmusic.com to find red carpet photos, nominee feature pages, blogs from Juno week events, and the all-important post award party coverage on the site. Fans can follow the hosts and @muchmusic for live tweets from MUCH ON THE RED CARPET host Lauren Toyota and co-hosts Damian Abraham, Phoebe Dykstra, and Tyrone Edwards from the red carpet and THE JUNO AWARDS broadcast!

In addition, Twitter feeds of CTV insiders and hosts will be featured within the live chat to add on-the-scene colour and insight. For a full list of CTV JUNO Twitter accounts, visit @JUNOSonCTV/ctv-at-the-junos, and visit JUNOS.CTV.CA for a list of all CTV JUNO-related social networks.

Additional participants will be announced on the website prior to March 27.

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