For the climate-change awareness concerts — which will feature Kanye West, Fall Out Boy, Madonna and many more — NBC will present a three-hour special hosted by Ann Curry and Carson Daly; Bravo will air 18 hours of live concert coverage and highlight clips; Sundance and Universal HD will broadcast concerts live all day; Telemundo and Mun2 will air specials featuring Latin performers; CNBC will air seven hours of coverage; and MSNBC will feature exclusive coverage throughout the day.
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The label's roster includes Gorillaz, Coldplay and Lily Allen. Bands playing in Nevada must call themselves "tribute" acts if they don't have at least one founding member, thanks to a new law.
If bands don't do so, it will be considered deceptive trading practice. NBC Universal networks will air "Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis" in various incarnations on July 7.
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