The 2017 Juno Awards airs tonight at 6:30 p.m. MST (9:30 p.m. Eastern) and Russell Peters and Bryan Adams are hosting. If you’d like to watch some behind-the-scenes and red carpet footage prior to the show, you can do so by going to the official Juno Awards website, which is streaming a pre-telecast with additional backstage footage. Click here to watch.
If you have cable, the easiest way to stream the Juno Awards live is via CTV, which will be airing the designated time mentioned above. Below is a how-to guide to streaming the Juno Awards live stream online, with a mobile app or in the event that you do not have cable.
Stream Juno Awards Extras On Juno TV
2. The website does not require a log-in or paid subscription, and allows all-inclusive coverage of the Juno Awards (with the exception of the actual broadcast), including more backstage footage and interviews with artists during the show.
3. Begin watching coverage at 6:30 p.m. MST on JUNOTV.
Stream the Juno Awards Live On CTV Go
1. Go here to start your free trial of CTV Go and set up your account. You must have a cable subscription to successfully log in.
2. Launch the CTV Go app on your TV or computer. (The CTV Go app automatically loads during software updates. If you don’t see the channel you can update the software on your device by going to Settings > General > Software Updates > Update Software.) Mobile devices will not work with the app if you are located in the U.S.
3. On the welcome screen, select “CTV Go Sign In.” Follow instructions to activate. Start watching.
Stream the Juno Awards On CTV Online
1. The 2017 Juno Awards will be available for free on the CTV website the day after the official broadcast. There is no log-in needed.
2. Go here to arrive at the CTV website. Search “Juno Awards” or click the link on the homepage. In the meantime, you can watch rehearsal footage for the musical acts scheduled to perform.
3. Start watching on Monday, April 3rd.