How To: Watch President Obama's State of the Union Address Online

Watch President Obama's State of the Union Address Online

There's no denying it was a hectic 2014 here in the United States. We saw the rise of ISIS, dealt with an Ebola scare, and witnessed the turmoil in Ferguson (and its aftermath). Plus, let's not forget about all of the hype revolving around The Interview, in which Sony was hacked.

Whether or not you're as up-to-date on current political affairs as you should be, you should still make sure to watch President Obama as he addresses the nation in his annual State of the Union address, which happened on Tuesday, January 20th.

To watch the SOTU online, just watch one of the embedded videos below. Enhanced features can be found on, and the second video below also has some as well.

President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address

President Obama's 2015 State of the Union Address - Enhanced

Note: There is also a version available with Spanish subtitles (Español).

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If you want to view the videos on your smartphone, you can easily shoot the feed over to your TV using a Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and many other devices.

Followup Questions on Wednesday, January 21st

Additionally, on Wednesday, January 21st, the White House is holding its second-annual virtual Big Block of Cheese Day, where you can ask your questions about the State of the Union on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr) using #AskTheWH. Members of the Obama administration will answer questions. Click here to see the schedule for topics, and to see who will be participating.

Followup Questions on Thursday, January 22nd

And on Thursday, January 22nd, three YouTube creators will interview President Obama about concerns facing them and their audience. You can use #YouTubeAsksObama on social media to ask any questions you have, which may be asked during the interview. More info here.

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