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Where to Watch Obama’s “100 Days” News Conference Online

President Obama will give a news conference this evening to mark his first 100 days in office (ed. note: 100 days?! Dang, this year is flying by). The event begins at 8 p.m. ET, and while you won’t be able to watch it on FOX’s broadcast channel, there are plenty of places you can catch it online.

Hulu is livecasting the event (embedded here).

YouTube will carry a live webcast of the conference on its White House Channel.

CNN‘s coverage will actually begin at 7 p.m. ET and will feature a “report card” on Obama’s and Congress’s performance so far. You can submit your own grade for the administration, and it could be featured on CNN.

CBS is also seeking user-generated videos for its live webcast. Viewers can upload 20-second clips telling what they think Obama did right or wrong during his first 100 days.

Based on previous political events, we assume MSNBC and FOX News (the cable channel) will both carry the conference, but they don’t have any special promotions announcing their plans yet.