Today marks the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and almost everyone will be broadcasting live from the site of where the Twin Towers once stood to air the memorial ceremony.

The ceremony will take place at 8:39 A.M. (EST) and include 6 moments of silence for when the planes struck the towers, when they each fell, when the Pentagon was struck and when flight 93 crashed.

The reading of the names will include those from both the 2001 and the 1993 attacks.

Families of those lost in either of those attacks can tour the National September 11 Memorial Museum from 7:30 A.M. (EST) until 9 A.M. (EST), at which time it will be closed to the general public.

In the NY area coverage is as follows:

ABC will be covering the event from precisely 8:26 A.M, (EST) until 9 A.M. (EST), showing the 6 moments of silence, but opting not to broadcast the reading of the names.

They will also stream the ceremony at their 7online website and mobile app,  but the app can only be accessed through a participating internet/cable provider.

Fox News will cover the entire ceremony, starting from 8 A.M. (EST) until 12 P.M. (EST).

You can also watch on the Fox website through your cable company if they participate.

CBS will also air the whole service, from 8:30 A.M. (EST) until 12 P.M. (EST) and provide a live stream from their website:

In addition, both WWOR TV and WPIX will cover the ceremony from 9 A.M. (EST) to 12 P.M. (EST).

Tonight, the beams representing the 2 towers will be lit at 6 P.M. (EST) and stay lit until sunrise on September 12.

Will you be watching this moving tribute?  Share your thoughts on what 9/11 means to you in the comment section below.