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Watch Obama’s 2013 Presidential Inauguration Live Online [Video]

Obama Inauguration Live Online

Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony is less than a day away, but it you don’t have the ability to watch it on TV, you can still watch it live online through multiple sources.

For TV viewers, the 2013 inauguration ceremony will begin at 11:30 ET on Monday, followed immediately by the inaugural parade, the commander-in-chief’s ball, and the inaugural ball.

But for those who don’t have TV, or will be at work while the inauguration is going on, several websites are offering live streaming on computers, as well as through apps on smartphones and tablets.

Politico will be offering a live streaming of Obama’s ceremonial swearing-in on their aptly-named Politico LIVE broadcast.

The stream will be available through their website, as well as on the site’s iPhone and iPad apps. Politico’s live coverage will include analysis from Jim VandeHei, John F. Harris, Mike Allen, and more.

ABC News and Yahoo! News will both be live streaming Obama’s 2013 inauguration on several websites, as well as their iPhone and iPad apps.

Coverage will also include anchored reports and interviews of attendees in the crowd. ABC News also has a “Who’s Who at the Podium” explainer, as well as a parade route tracker.

Other live stream broadcasts will come from Reuters, NPR, Fox News, NBC News, the official live stream put on by the Presidential Inauguration Committee, and several others.

The official live stream will be available on this website, as well as the committee’s mobile apps.

You can also check out Obama’s 2013 presidential inauguration live online through the Ustream video below.

Video streaming by Ustream

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  1. Marta Rodriguez Perez

    Have watched the whole thing so far! Wonderful! I voted for Barack Obama, but I would have watched it either way. It is a priveledge to live in this country and any exposure to the beauty of our form of government is to be relished.