With red carpets rolled up, the Oscar race goes virtual
Hollywoods awards season has gone virtual. For Awards Daily founder Sasha Stone, who has been covering the Oscars since 2000, it’s like nothing she’s ever seen — an awards season without glamour, without red carpets, without anything that feels real. And awards season, such as it is, has gone virtual. The Oscar race will Zoomed. Not everyone is sorry that awards season — an increasingly bloated, overlong, high-priced slog from September to February — has been turned upside down.
How the Oscars will try to fix diversity issue for next year
The Academy Awards air tonight, but groups are boycotting the ceremony for lack of non-white recognition in Hollywood. With more on the Oscars backlash, finding a solution, and tonight's expectations, USA Today's Bryan Alexander joins CBSN.cbsnews.com