UPDATE: To follow Facebook's huge announcements as they happen, visit our f8 Live Blog on September 22.
PREVIOUSLY: Facebook kicks off its f8 developers conference in San Francisco on Thursday, September 22 with an opening keynote at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT).
The tagline for f8 2011 is "Read. Watch. Listen.", and many expect Facebook to unveil dramatic changes that transform the social network, possibly into a media hub.
The company is expected to announce partnerships with music services like of Spotify and Rhapsody, digital publications like CNN and the Washington Post, and video services like Netflix. New interface models could debut alongside these media partnerships.
Facebook might also unveil more profile tweaks (in addition to the revamped New Feed and the real-time Ticker that debuted this week), new buttons for sharing, and much more. For more on what to expect, check out our guide to f8 2011 rumors (here).
Tune in to see what's in store on September 22 at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT). You can follow the conference's keynote address live by visiting our live blog with the latest updates from the event. You can also watch right here, via the embeded LiveStream (below), or on Facebook.