2015 State of the Union Address live stream: Rivers of Content online

What time will President Obama deliver the 2015 State of the Union Address? Aside from television, is it available live stream online?

President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union (SOTU) address on January 20, 2015 at 9:00 PM ET. The White House makes it sure that the State of the Union address will reach and understand by most of the Americans.

The 2015 State of the Union address will be a different experience because it is “stocked with interactive features that make clear what the President’s proposals mean to you, and shareable charts and stats that help supplement and expand on the points you’ll hear him make…”, according to Whitehouse.gov.

Because of the enhancement, even if an individual is watching on TV, the State of the Union address can still be followed on phone or tablet.

The White House calls the enhanced State of the Union live stream “river of content”. The livestream features “graphics augmenting the speech, the river will provide a series of discrete pieces of content, or “boats”, that showcase expanded, and standalone views into Administration policy…”, posted on White House blog.

In addition, the viewers will be able to see state-by-state or demographic data points in real-time. The viewers will be able to answer questions and respond to prompts, share feedback, discover related material, and see and share social media content. Moreover, the viewers in the live stream will be able to generally get the kind of real-time experience usually reserved for sports events and technology product demos.

The State of the Union address 2015 live stream has been built using responsive design, and it will work well on a desktop, tablet, or mobile device. There’s also real-time captioning in both English and Spanish.

After the speech, there will be live interview with Senior Administration officials to be conducted by Huffington Post Politics. The State of the Union address 2015 livestream is available at WH.gov/SOTU.

President Obama will likely talk more on the economy and he is expected to challenge Republicans by pushing benefits for lower- and middle-class taxpayers. The President will also give time on Foreign Policy Concerns, which is about the coalition that is conducting the air strikes against ISIS. Furthermore, Obama will also likely be tackling the immigration reform.

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