February might be the shortest month, but it’s not short on events. As always, Inform is here to help you prep for your event coverage with our massive library of brand-safe, pre-monetized content from top partners. From the Super Bowl to the presidential debates to Oscar night, Inform has you covered. Check it out.
Super Bowl 50 festivities kick off with Super Bowl Opening Night (formerly known as Super Bowl Media Day) airing from the SAP Center in San Jose, CA starting at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST. Interviews will run from about 5:15 to 6:15 PST (8:15 to 9:15 EST) and 7 to 8 PST (10 to 11 EST).
Also, don’t forget about the Iowa Caucuses, during which voters from all Iowa voting precincts come together to kick-start the presidential nomination process.
It’s Groundhog Day again! The mayor of Sun Prairie, WI hopes not to relive last year’s Groundhog Day when Jimmy the Groundhog nipped him on the ear. See what WTVY has to say.
The winners of the 68th Annual Directors Guild Awards will be announced at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
Republican presidential hopefuls will debate in New Hampshire, hosted by ABC News.
It’s the Battle in the Bay! Super Bowl 50 matches the Denver Broncos against the Carolina Panthers.
Will this be the most expensive Super Bowl ever? KOLO takes a look.
And don’t forget about the commercials! CBS Sports Radio and WFAN talk about their favorite Super Bowl commercials of all time.
Happy Chinese New Year! Apple is celebrating the year of the monkey with red and gold Apple Watches.
The New Hampshire Primary will select delegates to serve at the national party conventions. On the 100th anniversary of the first-in-the-nation primary, WMUR explores the traditions of the primary and the history of campaigning in New Hampshire.
How can you celebrate Mardi Gras? You might want to make like Emeril on Martha Stewart and make a King Cake.
Or relive the glitter and glam of last year’s Mardi Gras parade with Reuters.
Democratic potential presidential nominees gather in Milwaukee for a debate hosted by PBS, and on the east coast New York Fashion Week struts its stuff.
The 8th Republican presidential debate will air on CBS from Greenville, SC, and be moderated by John Dickerson.
Meanwhile, don’t miss the highly-anticipated NBA Slam Dunk Competition airing at 8:30 PM EST on TNT.
It’s Valentine’s Day! Inform partners show you how to celebrate in style. CBS Chicago offers some romantic getaway suggestions.
Cosmopolitan lets us in on 11 secret Starbucks drinks perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Single? Entertainment Tonight hasn’t forgotten about you. “How to Be Single” premieres just in time for the rom-com season.
Also on Sunday is the NBA All Star Game in Toronto and the BAFTA 2016 Film Awards held in London.
Woof! The 140th annual Westminster Dog Show airs on CNBC on Monday, 2/15. WPIX celebrated last year’s Best in Show winner, the adorable beagle Miss P.
You can also catch the 58th Grammy Awards with host LL Cool J on CBS at 8 PM EST. Don’t miss rap legend Run-D.M.C. receive their lifetime achievement award.
Style sashays across the pond with London Fashion Week running through 2/23.
The Nevada Democratic Caucus will take place at 11 AM PST, and begins the process of registering preferences for Democratic candidates running for President.
Meanwhile, the GOP field narrows at the South Carolina Republican Primary.
Start your engines! NASCAR season begins with the Daytona 500 on FOX.
It’s the GOP’s turn in Nevada with the Nevada Republican Caucus.
Milan Fashion Week runs through the 29th, and the 2016 BRIT Awards, honoring the year’s best pop music, takes place in London.
It’s the University of Houston’s turn to host a Republican presidential debate, along with NBC News and Telemundo. In Paris, the Théâtre du Châtele hosts the 41st César Awards, honoring the best in French cinema.
The Republicans had their turn on the 20th, now it’s time for the Democratic South Carolina Primary, just days away from Super Tuesday.
The Film Independent Spirit Awards 2016 airs at 2 PM PST and 5 PM EST on IFC.
It’s the biggest night in Hollywood: the 88th Academy Awards, airing live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, beginning at 7 PM EST and 4 PM PST.
Will host Chris Rock rewrite his opening monologue? Inside Edition takes a look.
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