Watch the State of the Union Address Here
If you don’t own a television, or you’re stuck working late tonight in the office, here are a few online options for watching President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address tonight:
White House Stream: www.whitehouse.gov/live or stream it from the White House’s free iPhone or iPad application.
- Starting at 5 p.m. elements promised on the White House page dedicated to the State of the Union will include graphics, data and statistics that build on topics in President Obama’s speech.
- While you are watching, you can join a live discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #SOTU.
- After the State of the Union, a panel of senior advisors will answer your questions on Twitter. Use the Twitter hash tag #WHChat.
- You can join in the discussion on the White House Facebook page as well.
- Next week, Obama will be featured in a Google+ Hangout.
YouTube: The speech will be accessible via youtube.com/whitehouse. Questions can be submitted and President Obama will select some to answer during a Jan. 30 event live from the White House.
UStream: The speech will be available on several channels, including CBS News and the PBS NewsHour. Also, the League of Young Voters is hosting a “#BarackTalk” viewing party and panel discussion.The Republican address to the nation will also air on Speaker Boehner’s UStream channel.
CNN: Tune in to CNN.com/live, and the CNN mobile apps. Prime-time coverage will be anchored by Anderson Cooper with a full wrap-up, reaction and analysis.
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