C-SPAN will have Live Coverage of all major 2009 inaugural events, beginning Saturday, January 17th in Philadelphia with President and Vice President-elects Barack Obama and Joe Biden. They will cover all event stops on their way to Washington, DC via train, and continuing through Inauguration Day, Tuesday January 20th.
On Inauguration Day, Coverage starts with the Washington Journal at a special time of 6:00 am ET, and coverage continues all day until 12:00 AM.
Democracy Now! will be doing extended broadcasts on January 20th and January 21st to bring you special coverage of the historic inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States.
The Real News will provide stream C-SPAN coverage of Obama’s speech and the Inaugural Parade from 1 to 3pm, and at 3pm LIVE from the McClatchy DC Newspaper office, they will hosts 2 in-depth political panels. The Real News Senior Editor, Paul Jay will interview McClatchy journalists from their foreign bureaus, including Leila Fadel, the chief of the Baghdad bureau.
USA TODAY will have a live feed of the oath, speech and parade.
- KPNX/The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com will stream local viewing parties on reaction on mogulus channel KPNX.
- The Poughkeepsie Journal will be doing a live stream after Obama’s speech with a panel of local leaders and about 80 community members in Beacon, NY on mogulus channel poughkeepsiejournal.
- The Des Moines Register will be streaming a roundtable discussion with a panel of our reporters, editors and experts shortly after the inauguration ceremony on Mogulus channel desmoinesregister
We will update you with more links on Monday!