Apple is holding a media event at 10 a.m. PST today to unveil the new iPad mini, iTunes 11, and new Macs. For those looking to tune in to the event (we are sure that’s all of you), Apple just confirmed that it would live stream today’s happenings to the Apple TV. 9to5mac readers have noticed a new “Apple Event” icon on the home screen of their Apple TVs that launches a player for when things go down in a few hours.

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It is not clear if a live stream will also be available on Apple’s website as it has in year’s past or if there will be a mobile solution to also join the viewing party. Here is a direct link that may work during the event (we’ll keep you posted). October 2010’s “Back to the Mac” event was the last time Apple streamed an event onto its website.

Use this URL to find the most up to date streaming links.

9to5mac will provide complete event coverage throughout the day. Stay tuned for the latest updates. 

Thanks to Josh, everyone who sent this in, and BeauGiles

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