Posted in: News, Politics and Video On Demand by Chris Tew on October 29, 2008

In anticipation of Barack Obama entering the White House this page has been here since October the 29th. Here you will find live coverage of the 2009 Inauguration, Obama’s Inauguration speech and links to other videos about the Inauguration.

Obama’s Inauguration Speech

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More Inauguration Video Clips

  • Associated Press – The AP will publish a number of video clips from Inauguration day on their YouTube channel (Watch here)
  • Presidential Inaugural Committee 2009 – The official Inauguration channel on YouTube complete with historic video clips and interviews surrounding the event. (Watch here)
  • Channel 4 (UK) – The C4 news team will update this page with the latest coverage and videos of the Inauguration. (Watch here)
  • BBC (U. K Users): The BBC has a collection of news stories complete with videos on the 2009 Inauguration. Look for the ‘In Video’ menu on the right hand side. (Watch here)
  • Comcast.net (U.S. Only) – Comcast will feature On-Demand streaming video of the swearing-in ceremony and inaugural address in its video library as well as other Inaugural news. (Watch here)
  • Change.Gov – The Change.gov channel is Obama’s official YuTube channel which will likely be updated with videos of the Inaugral events. (Watch now)
  • TerraTV – Spanish viewers can get video clips of the Inauguration and related news. (Watch here)
  • The Daily Show – Will be taking a more comical look at the Inaugural events. (Watch here)
  • MTV – Will have celebrity focused videos related to the Inauguration. (Watch here)
  • PureVideo Search – A selection of videos about the Inauguration from a wide variety of sources around the web (Watch here)

Peer 2 Peer

These Peer 2 Peer video programs can allow you to watch live coverage or download pre-recorded coverage.

  • TVUPlayer (live) – By downloading TVUPlayer (a P2P app) you will be able to watch a number of live TV stations from around the world that will be broadcasting the Inauguration. (Read More)
  • Livstation (live) – Similar to TVUPlayer, Livestation will also use P2P technology to stream live TV stations from around the world which will be airing the Inauguration. (Read more).
  • Graboid (pre-recorded) – Graboid is a very easy to use program that allows you to download pre-recorded videos online through P2P technology. It won’t have live coverage but after the Inauguration will have a number of videos of the events that you can download. (Read more)

 


Live Inauguration Coverage

Here are the most reliable live streams of the Inauguration.

Note: These streams may no longer be broadcasting or covering a different topic since the Inauguration is now over. The best coverage of the Inauguration has been listed above.

More Live Streams

  • CNN – CNN will be streaming the Inauguration in partnership with facebook where you can see the status of your friends update as you watch the live event. (Watch here)
  • CBSNews – CBS will be streaming an exclusive Inaugural webcast at 10 p.m. ET on Jan. 20th. It will be hosted by Katie Couric, and will also include a host of other CBS reporters, political experts, pundits and special guests. (Watch here)
  • Joost – Joost will also be airing CBS’ live coverage of the event. (Watch here)
  • BBC (U. K Users): The BBC will have live coverage of the event as well as other stories from around the globe as the Inauguration takes place. (Watch here)
  • MSNBC – Will also be broadcasting the event from its website. (Watch here)
  • ABCNews – Will be airing the Inauguration along and also has a number of other videos about the historic event. (Watch here)
  • PBS – PBS will offer coverage of the event and also has a brilliant library of videos and dialogue of Inaugurations speeches from past presidents. (Watch here)
  • CurrentTV – Will have live coverage of the Inauguration and is also integrated with Twitter for live online discussion of the event. (Watch here)
  • USAToday – Will have live coverage of the event accessible from its homepage and also the live stream available from Mogulus. (Watch here)
  • Cleveland News – The WKYC-TV/Cleveland Channel 3 News will have live coverage of the inauguration in an easy to use Mogulus online video player complete with live chat with other viewer. (Watch here)
  • Marriott Hotel Aerial WebCam – The Harris Corporation has a webcam placed on the Marriot Hotel in Washington D.C. to get an aerial view of the parade. (Watch here)
  • Mogulus – Mogulus has a list of its live channels that will cover the Inauguration. (Read here)
  • Presidential Inaugural Committee – Will webcast some of the official Inaugural balls as well as streaming the the swearing-in ceremony. (Watch here)
  • Justin.tv – Justin.tv will be streaming the Inauguration Day at 2:00 noon on the EleetGamer channel (watch here)
  • Democracy Now! – Will have extended broadcasts using Mogulus on Jan 20th and Jan 21st to bring you special coverage of the 2009 presidential inauguration of Obama. (Watch here)
  • MLB.com – An odd choice for a Baseball site but MLB.com will be streaming the Inauguration from its website. The MLB.com Inauguration Special begins at 9 a.m. ET with streams of six past Presidential Inaugurations. It continues with a live “pregame show,” hosted by Vinny Micucci and Hal Bodley, at 11 a.m. We’ll join the swearing-in ceremony on the steps of the U.S. Capitol at 11:30. (Watch here)
  • New York Times – The NYTimes will be streaming Inauguration coverage from its homepage. (Watch here)
  • The Real News – Will provide streaming C-SPAN coverage of Obama’s Swearing-in speech and the Inaugural Parade from 1 to 3pm. Also at 3pm they will hosts 2 in-depth political panels live from the McClatchy DC Newspaper office. (Watch here)
  • Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies – The people in charge of all the Inaugural activities in Washington will be streaming the event on their website with closed captioning. The site is also packed with a cast number of Inaugural facts, a map and program for the day. (Watch here)
  • Obama Girl - We got the scoop on Obama girl’s hot online coverage of the Inauguration. She’ll be streaming online between 19th and 21st Jan. (Watch here).

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