THE 44TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA II.
Historic, Remarkable, Astounding, Insert Grandiose Hyperbole Here
Well post election night has been a curious time. America is extremely positive about Obama if the polls are anything to go by, and the transition has been one of bumps as always but overall the buzz has been positive as far as his picks have gone.
Now comes the fun!
Actually I was thinking of making this a picture of a big middle finger aimed at BUSH, 'cause I'm actually more shocked he is finally gone than that Obama is going to be president at this point, but goddamn it feels good.
The Obama Administration Team...
A Good Breakdown of His Choices and Positions Filled
Not much needs to be said here, they've been debated and such in the other topic.
It has been fun, PoliGAF...
And we'll do all again too. For now, God Bless America.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee will have a stream up for the event (stream will require Silverlight)
The Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies will have a stream of the ceremony with CC and a audio stream for the visually impaired.
C-SPAN1 (Direct Link) | C-SPAN2 (Direct Link) | C-SPAN Inauguration Hub
PBS will stream The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer starting at 11 A.M. (EST)
CNN.com Live [Flash Version Linnk, no Turner Plugin required] (Not to be confused with CNN) | Direct Links: Stream 1 | Stream 2 | Stream 3 | Stream 4
MSNBC (Stream is live); if the link is changed or it goes down, the frontpage of MSNBC.com will have the new link posted when it goes back up.
FOX News will stream a round table webcast called "The Strategy Room" (link to Strategy Room stream) and various streams of the ceremonies (not sure if this means that they'll stream the cable feed of FOX News).
Hulu is streaming the FOX News feed.
CBS will be streaming the CBS national feed. Joost will also be streaming this feed.
ABC is streaming the ABC national feed and the ABC News Now feed.
Local FOX Affiliate links (Not Fox News; not sure if any of these streams will be carrying the event): Los Angeles | Los Angeles 2 | New York City | New York City 2 | Chicago | Chicago 2 | Philadelphia | Philadelphia 2 | Boston | Boston 2 | Dallas | D.C. | D.C. 2 | Atlanta | Houston | Tampa Bay | Orlando | Orlando 2 | Phoenix | Denver | Denver 2 | St. Louis | St. Louis 2 | Milwaukee | Kansas City | Salt Lake City | Memphis | Greensboro | Austin | Austin 2 | Birmingham | Minneapolis | Detroit
Livestation is claiming they'll have streams of the following networks covering the event: Al Jazeera (English), BBC World News, C-SPAN, euronews, France 24, and Russia Today. It looks like its an application you download (Win, OS X, Linux), I've never used it so I don't know if it has any spyware... : /
Current will be streaming the event with viewer commentary via Twitter.
Ustream has setup an official stream page and is also offering beta invites (limited) to the iPhone App so iPhone users can stream it.
The Washington Post will be streaming live.
Democracy Now! will have a special Inauguration Day stream.
NPR News audio stream via WAMU 88.5.
The following sites are also supposedly going to stream it, but they haven't posted any links so I'm just posting the home page: USAToday.com, NYTimes.com, Terra (Spanish), & Terra (English)