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As previously reported, IMDb will have a live show broadcast from the EJAF‘s Oscar bash.

“We are committed to providing entertainment fans with the most insightful and extensive coverage of leading entertainment industry events, and this year there is no better place to do it than from inside one of the most exclusive celebrity parties of the season,” said Col Needham, IMDb Founder and CEO.

“We are thrilled that IMDb Live will give users across the globe an inside view of the incredible Elton John AIDS Foundation event, while raising awareness for an important cause and providing all of the information and real-time updates fans crave on Hollywood’s biggest night.”

 “We are delighted to have IMDb as a presenting sponsor at our most important fundraising event of the year,” declared David Furnish, Chairman of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

“Their participation brings extra excitement to this fantastic evening and offers us an amazing opportunity to connect with a wider audience and share the important work that we do.”

 Hosted coverage during the IMDb Live broadcast will take place before, after, and during breaks in the Oscars telecast. IMDb does not broadcast the awards ceremony itself – while the program is in progress, the hosted conversation stops and IMDb delivers a “second screen” experience featuring videos, information and trivia related to the nominees currently being celebrated.

Entertainment buffs can tune in from anywhere to watch IMDb Live at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party via IMDb mobile apps or directly at the Web site (www.imdb.com). The IMDb Live show will also be simulcast on Twitter.