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Watch 2013 MTV Video Music Awards Live Streaming Online Broadcast

Written By ADMIN on Monday, 19 August 2013 | 08:40


Sunday Aug 25 @ 9/8c
Location: Brooklyn, New York

The nominees for the 2013 VMAs are in! Which of your favorite chart toppers, twerk teams, and rock stars are up for a KAWS-ified Moonman this year? Check out the full list of nominees and vote for your favorite Artist To Watch!

Click Here To Watch Watch MTV Video Music Awards 2013 Live Streaming 

JUST ANNOUNCED: Paws up, Little Monsters! Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga, will open the show with the latest from her much-buzzed, highly anticipated album 'ARTPOP'. Bruno Mars and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis will also grace the 2013 stage, adding to an already legendary line up, including a Pre-Show performance by Ariana Grande and Austin Mahone, and a main show stocked with huge names like Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Katy Perry, Kanye West, and the winner of this years Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, Justin Timberlake. All of this will go down live on August 25th at 9 pm EST from Brooklyn, New York, which through the years has established itself as a music mecca. We're so psyched to land the Moonman live at the Barclays Center this year! 
How will MTV top eight super sweet performances and a slew of awesome awards? Keep checking back here for more info on the 2013 show! And in the meantime, vote for your favorite Artist To Watch and Best Song Of The Summer!
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Watch 2013 ESPY Awards Live Streaming Online TV Webcast

Written By ADMIN on Sunday, 7 July 2013 | 10:05

The 21st annual ESPY Awards ceremony is officially scheduled to air on ESPN/Official TV  Stream/ Satellite Direct live from Los Angeles beginning on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 9 
PM ET. Canadian sports fans can tune into TSN to watch the live broadcast. 

The live broadcast of Espy Awards 2013 Live Stream Ceremony's biggest event will be available to you in a few clicks. Our service provides you the best feeds from multiple web sources and are aggregated in the members' area for your convenience. To complement the broadcast coverage, additional resources are also provided to enrich your experience.

About The Espy Awards 2013
Begun by cable sports channel ESPN in 1993, the annual ESPY Awards allows sports fans worldwide to join in an online vote for their favorites in such categories as Best Male Athlete, Best Female Athlete,Best Coach/Manager, and Team of the Year.

Unlike most awards shows, the ESPYs are probably most noted for its contribution to charity, as a portion of the proceeds is donated to The V Foundation, named for its founder, Jim Valvano.

The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is another ESPY highlight, honoring an individual for their personal courage or charitable works outside the sports arena, with past winners including such trailblazers as Muhammad Ali and tennis star Billie Jean King.

If you are a fan of sports, you will want to check out the ESPYS awards show which is held in Los Angeles. This is an opportunity for fans of all different sports genres to come together and celebrate the world of sports. It will certainly be an entertaining time and will provide everyone with much to talk about.

2013 ESPY Award Nominees

Best Male Athlete
Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
LeBron James, Miami Heat
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
Michael Phelps, Olympic Swimming

Best Female Athlete
Gabby Douglas, Olympic Gymnastics
Missy Franklin, Olympic Swimming
Brittney Griner, NCAA Baylor Women's Basketball
Serena Williams, Women's Tennis

Best Comeback
Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees

Best Breakthrough Athletes
Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Football
Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

Best Championship Performance
Joe Flacco, Super Bowl MVP
LeBron James, NBA Finals MVP
Brad Keselowski, NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion
Pablo Sandoval, World Series MVP

Best Game
Bruins vs. Leafs, First round, Game 7
Heat vs. Spurs, NBA Finals Game 6
Ravens vs. Broncos, AFC divisional playoff

Best Upset
Florida Gulf Coast over Georgetown, Men's NCAA Basketball
Louisville women over Baylor, Women's NCAA Basketball
Marquez over Pacquiao, Boxing
Texas A&M over Alabama, College football

Best Record-Breaking Performance
Drew Brees, Breaks Johnny Unitas' TD record
Calvin Johnson, Breaks Jerry Rice's season yardage record
Michael Phelps, Most decorated Olympian
Abby Wambach, Sets international scoring record

Best Moment
Jack Hoffman, TD run in Nebraska spring game
Alex Morgan, Winning goal vs. Canada in Olympic semifinal
Andy Murray, Winning at Wimbledon, gold medal in Olympics
Chuck Pagano, Returning to Colts

Best NFL Player
Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions
Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
JJ Watt. Houston Texans

Best NBA Player
Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks
Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder
LeBron James, Miami Heat
Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs

Best MLB Player
Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
RA Dickey, New York Mets/Toronto Blue Jays
Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
David Price, Tampa Bay Rays
Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

Best NHL Player
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins
Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers
Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals
Martin St. Louis, Tampa Bay Lightning
John Tavares, New York Islanders

Best Driver
Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar
Tony Kanaan, IndyCar
Brad Keselowski, NASCAR
Sebastian Vettel, Formula One

Best Coach/Manager
Bruce Arians, Indianapolis Colts/Arizona Cardinals
Geno Auriemma, UConn women's basketball
John Danowski, Duke lacrosse
Rick Pitino, Louisville men's basketball
Erik Spoelstra, Miami Heat

Best Fighter
Canelo Alvarez, Boxing
Danny Garcia, Boxing
Jon "Bones" Jones, MMA
Floyd Mayweather Jr., Boxing
Anderson Silva, MMA

Best Bowler
Jason Belmonte
Scott Norton
Pete Weber

Best Jockey
Javier Castellano
Ramon Dominguez
Joel Rosario
John Velasquez

Best MLS Player
Thierry Henry, New York Red Bulls
Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Earthquakes
Graham Zusi, Sporting Kansan City

Best Male US Olympian
Ashton Eaton, Athletics
Ryan Lochte, Swimming
Michael Phelps, Swimming

Best Female US Olympian
Gabby Douglas, Gymnastics
Missy Franklin, Swimming
Aly Raisman, Gymnastics

Best International Athlete
Usain Bolt, Sprinter
Novak Djokovic, Tennis
Juan Manuel Marquez, Boxing
Lionel Messi, Soccer
Cristiano Ronaldo, Soccer

Best WNBA Player
Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever
Tina Charles, Connecticut Sun
Angel McCoughtry, Atlanta Dream
Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks
Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota Lynx

Best Male Golfer
Rory McIlroy
Justin Rose
Adam Scott
Brandt Snedeker
Tiger Woods

Best Female Golfer
Na Yeon Choi
Stacy Lewis
Inbee Park
Jiyai Shin

Best Male Tennis Player
Novak Djokovic
Roger Federer
Andy Murray
Rafael Nadal

Best Female Tennis Player
Victoria Azarenka
Maria Sharapova
Serena Williams

Best Male College Athlete
Trey Burke, Michigan Basketball
Kyle Dake, Cornell Wrestling
Drew LeBlanc, St. Cloud State University Hockey
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Football

Best Female College Athlete
Kara Cannizzaro, UNC Lacrosse
Crystal Dunn, UNC Soccer
Brittney Griner, Baylor Women's Basketball
Keilani Ricketts, Oklahoma Softball

Best Male Athlete with a Disability
Jeremy Campbell, Athletics
Jeff Fabry, Archery
Raymond Martin, Athletics
Lt. Bradley Snyder, Swimming
Tyler Walker, Skiing

Best Female Athlete with a Disability
Victoria Arlen, Swimming
Muffy Davis, Paracycling
Jessica Long, Swimming
Tatyana McFadden, Athletics
Shirley Reilly, Athletics

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Pedro Barros, Skateboarding
Nyjah Huston, Skateboarding
Mark McMorris, Snowboarding
Ryan Villopoto, Motocross

Best Female Action Sports Athlete
Leticia Bufoni, Skateboarding
Kelly Clark, Snowboarding
Stephanie Gilmore, Surfing
Laia Sanz, Motocross

Best Play (Best Play Playoffs Voting Online)
Jadeveon Clowney's Hit vs David Wetherill's Paralympic Shot
Ray Rice's 4th and 29 vs Rotnei Clark's Buzzer Beater
DeAndre Jordan's Alley Oop vs Ben Revere's Diving Catch
Shawn Matthias' Hustle Goal vs Michael Phelps' 153-Foot Putt
Angelo Campos' Double Save vs Jason Repko's HR-Robbing Catch
Ray Allen's 3-Pointer vs 11 Taylor Martinez's TD Run
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Goal vs Fabiana Oliveira's Kick Save
Khalil Edney's Buzzer Beater vs Rebecca Barry's Incredible Goal
Jadeveon Clowney's Hit vs David Wetherill's Paralympic Shot
Ray Rice's 4th and vs 14 Rotnei Clark's Buzzer Beater
DeAndre Jordan's Alley Oop vs Ben Revere's Diving Catch
Shawn Matthias' Hustle Goal vs10 Michael Phelps' 153-Foot Put
Angelo Campos' Double Save vs Jason Repko's HR-Robbing Catch
Ray Allen's 3-Pointer vs Taylor Martinez's TD Run
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Goal vs Fabiana Oliveira's Kick Save
Khalil Edney's Buzzer Beater vs Rebecca Barry's Incredible Goal

ESPYS live tv stream are now on sale and you won’t want to let this chance pass right by your eyes. ESPYS is a must-attend event for all sports fans and it is not something that anyone should take too lightly. There is a reason why sports are so popular in the United States and attending the ESPYS event will prove why.

This year, sports fans will determine the winners in all ESPYS categories, except the Arthur Ashe Courage Award and other special awards. Watch for voting to open for all nominee categories atespn.com/espys on June 28th, continuing up to and including awards night on July 17th.
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