(CBS SF) — The Warriors Parade of Champions in Oakland is slated to begin at 10 a.m. Friday, and cbsSF.com will provide uninterrupted live streaming parade preparations coverage as early as 7 a.m., joining KPIX 5’s anchored coverage at 9:30 a.m. uninterrupted online, with podium presentations expected later from the rally at the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center.
Viewers online can view the full, uninterrupted parade coverage at http://cbsSF.com/live.READ MORE: UPDATE: Police Shootings Protest In Oakland Turns Violent; Windows Broken, Fires Ignited; Businesses Vandalized
KCBS Radio will continue with traffic reports every 10 minutes, in addition to comprehensive coverage of the parade and the team speeches.
Because of the extended parade coverage on KPIX 5, certain CBS programming will shift to KBCW 44 Cable 12 from 9:30 a.m. through the conclusion.
KBCW 44 Cable 12 Schedule of CBS Shows This Friday:
9:30A Let’s Make A Deal
10A The Price Is Right
11A The Young & The Restless
12:30P The Bold & The Beautiful
1P The Talk (Only if the parade is still in progress).
Live online parade coverage and KPIX 5 coverage will be anchored by Ken Bastida and Sports Director Dennis O’Donnell, joined by a large team of reporters and anchors spread along the parade route including KPIX 5 Morning Anchor Frank Mallicoat, anchor Roberta Gonzales, and Sports Anchor Vern Glenn. More than a dozen cameras and live video locations will capture every moment, including multiple cameras traveling with the team as they process past the fans.
According to a statement by the Warriors, the parade will begin on Broadway and 11th Street around 10:00 am. Other victory parades in the past including the Giants’ 2014 parade have been delayed several minutes. The parade route will go up Broadway, Grand Avenue, Harrison Street and Lakeside Drive along Lake Merritt.
The parade will end with a rally at the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center. The team said police will allow fans to begin lining up for the rally starting at 5:00 a.m. Friday at Lakeshore Drive and 12th Street.
Fans are urged to take public transit to the parade. BART has announced additional service for the celebration. AC Transit will also be impacted by the parade.MORE NEWS: Armed Bike Thieves Targeting Mountain Bikers In The East Bay Hills
Friday’s parade will air live on KPIX 5 and online at cbsSF.com/live, with comprehensive coverage in addition to regular traffic reports on KCBS Radio.