“Hope For Haiti” Telethon: Where to Watch

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In an effort to raise more funds for the relief effort in Haiti, unstoppable entertainment forces MTV and George Clooney have teamed up for tonight’s telethon, “Hope For Haiti,” that airs at 8 p.m. (ET). The campaign started accepting donations at noon (ET) today. Donations will support the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, the United Nations World Food Programme, Oxfam America, Partners in Health, the Red Cross, Unicef, and Wyclef Jean’s Yele Haiti Foundation. For a list of celebrity appearances and performances, check out MTV.com.

(Also, check out geeked out Haiti efforts Heroes For Haiti and this awesome Threadless tee.)

Here’s where you can donate:
Online: hopeforhaitinow.org
By Phone: 877-99-HAITI
By Text: Text “GIVE” to 50555
By Mail: Hope For Haiti Now Fund
Entertainment Industry Foundation
1201 West 5th Street, Suite T-700
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Here’s where you can watch:

TV: ABC, BET, Bravo, CBS, CENTRIC, CMT, CNN, Comedy Central, Current TV,  The CW, Discovery Health, E! Entertainment, EPIX, FOX, Fuse, G4, HBO, MLB Network, MTV, National Geographic Channel, NBC, Oxygen, Palladia, PBS, Planet Green, TNT, Showtime, SoapNet, Style, and VH1. International broadcasts will include CNN en Español, HBO Latino, CBC Television, CTV, Global Television and MuchMusic.


YouTube will stream the telethon at youtube.com/hopeforhaitinow.

Also offering live streams of the telethon is: Yahoo, AOL, Hulu (which is also offering an embeddable feed for bloggers), E!Online, Fancast, MSN, Bing, MTV.com, BET.com, VH1.com, CNN.com Live, Myspace (www.myspace.com/helphaiti) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/DisasterRelief).

You’ll be able to download all the telethon performances from iTunes as well as Rhapsody and Amazon, with all proceeds again going to the Haitian relief efforts supported by the telethon. An album of the full performance will be available via iTunes (available for pre-order) for $7.99 as well as a download  of the two-hour telethon for $1.99.


Track donations and join the Twitter conversation about Haiti here.


Radio stations around the country as well as SIRIUS XM Radio


Alltel, AT&T, FloTV, Sprint and Verizon

More on Time.com:

Photos of Haiti’s Earthquake Destruction

How To Help The Haiti Earthquake Victims

Time’s Complete Haiti Coverage