On Tuesday, January 20 at 9pm ET, President Obama will deliver his sixth State of the Union Address.
This year there will be more ways than ever to take part in the State of the Union, including new ways to take in the remarks, to share exclusive content with your social networks, and to share your experiences. There will also be opportunities to discuss President Obama’s remarks with White House officials immediately following the address.
If you plan on watching from home, we will be streaming an enhanced version of the speech on WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU that features graphics, data, and charts that help explain issues and policies the President is discussing alongside the remarks. You can also tune in live on YouTube, Google+, and through our mobile apps.
In the mean time, here’s how to stay updated, and learn more about how you can watch, share and discuss the speech.
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Follow us on Twitter: Make sure you’re following @WhiteHouse on Twitter for news and real-time updates before, during, and after the address.
WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU: Officially relaunching later this week, WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU will be your number one resource for all things State of the Union and the best place to watch the enhanced livestream of President Obama’s address, featuring charts, graphs, data, and more to help explain the issues and policies he’s discussing alongside the remarks.
Want to learn more about the State of the Union?
Watch the 2014 Enhanced State of the Union below.
Watch the behind-the-scenes video on the writing of the 2012 State of the Union.