Looking to watch the Barack Obama inauguration live online? You’ve come to the right place.
Below, you’ll find a live Webcast of the Obama inauguration, along with numerous other resources to stream the event and interact from your own computer.
Obama Inauguration Live Webcast
The following Obama inauguration live Webcast will begin at approximately 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday, January 20. The Webcast is accessible from both within the United States and internationally.
Obama Inauguration Live Resources
Here are some other resources to watch the Obama inauguration live online:
Obama Girl’s Live Coverage
Amber Ettinger, the woman made famous as “Obama Girl,” is streaming live coverage of the inauguration.
Joint Congressional Committee Webcast
The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies is offering its own stream of the event with closed captioning Tuesday.
Joost Inauguration Stream
Joost will have a stream of the inaugural events beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET Tuesday.
CNN/Facebook Inauguration Live
CNN and Facebook have teamed up to create an interactive inauguration center where you can watch live video feeds and then comment with your Facebook friends about the happenings — all from one site. The coverage begins at 8 a.m. ET Tuesday.
The Official Twitter Inauguration Group
The Obama team has set up an official Twitter group for updates from and about the inauguration.
Twitter at Current.tv
Twitter has teamed up with Current.tv to offer a live video stream of the inauguration with real-time tweets broadcast on-screen.
Text Message Updates
The Obama team has set up a text messaging service for inauguration-related updates. Text OPEN to 56333 to get started.
Obama Inauguration Video
For videos related to the 2009 Barack Obama inauguration, you can visit the official inauguration channel at YouTube or the official ChangeDotGov channel. MSNBC also has a slew of inauguration-related clips, including video from past inaugurations and a look inside the setup for this year’s event.