The 2014 Daytime Emmys broadcast will move from a telecast to a netcast. The awards ceremony will not be broadcast on television, but will instead be streamed online.

This year's Daytime Emmy telecast will not be broadcast on television, but that doesn't mean that fans will miss out on the glitz and glamour of daytime's biggest night. According to a report from Deadline, this year's ceremony will be streamed live over the Internet.

Beginning at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific on Sunday, June 22, fans simply need to surf on over to to watch all the action. An Emmy spokesperson tells Soap Central that the broadcast will without commercial interruption.

This will mark the first time that the ceremony has been streamed online. For the last two years, the ceremony was broadcast on HLN -- but while viewership was high for the former cable news network, the total number of viewers -- just 913,000 -- was an all-time low for the Emmy telecast.

"We are confident that the expert team we've brought on will flawlessly execute an evening that celebrates the outstanding talent being honored and allows fans to be a part of the action," said NATAS chairman Malachy Wienges in a statement.

There are plans in the works to return the ceremony to television in 2015.

And, of course, be sure to keep your web browser tuned to Soap Central for our Red Carpet interviews and post-show wrap-up. For the third year in a row, our Daytime Emmy team will be comprised of Chrishell Stause (Jordan Ridgeway, Days of our Lives; Amanda Dillon, All My Children), General Hospitals' Haley Pullos (Molly Lansing Davis), and Soap Central founder/Soap Central Live host, Dan J Kroll.

Check out all the video of last year's Red Carpet excitement here.

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