Eight major Oscars will not be presented live on this year’s show in an effort to present a more TV-friendly telecast, the Academy announced on Tuesday.

The awards instead will be presented an hour before the broadcast, then edited down and inserted into the live telecast. However, the Academy points out that everyone will still have their “Oscar moment” — that is, all nominees will have their names read in their categories, and all winners will have their acceptance speeches televised.

Those categories being handed out earlier in the ceremony are for Documentary (Short Subject), Film Editing, Makeup and Hairstyling, Music (Original Score), Production Design, Short Film (Animated), Short Film (Live Action) and Sound.

The Academy Awards telecasts, like other major awards shows, have been bleeding viewers in recent years, forcing producers to scramble to determine ways to revive interest in the broadcast in the face of dwindling audiences.

The 94th Annual Academy Awards airs March 27 on ABC.

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