When President Obama makes his State of the Union address Tuesday evening at 9:00 PM ET/6:00 PT, his speech will be carried on all the major broadcast and cable news networks. And for all those away from the TV, the State of the Union will be available online and on multiple mobile and connected platforms as well.
ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC will all broadcast President Obama’s speech live, as will CNBC, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. Many of those channels will also have live streams of their networks available; for instance, ABC News, CNN and CSPAN will all have make their feeds available online.
For the official online feed of the address, tune into the White House’s live stream at www.whitehouse.gov/sotu. In addition to the stream of President Obama’s speech, the White House feed will include an enhanced version of the broadcast that will include charts, stats and other data that will provide additional backing for how he makes and defends his policy decisions.
There will also be live streams for those on mobile and other devices. The Official White House iPhone app and Android app will broadcast the video live to mobile users. Viewers watching at home who might not have cable can also tune into the State of the Union live through WSJ Live’s connected devices apps, which can be accessed on the Apple iPad and Apple TV, Boxee Box, Roku, Vizio, Panasonic Connected TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Internet TV and Yahoo! Connected TV platforms.
Finally, for those looking for the Republican response to President Obama’s address, Speaker John Boehner will stream the rebuttal on his YouTube channel.