If you’re into politics, or if you’re just simply curious as to what President Obama could say in his speech for his final State of the Union, you might be interested to learn that Amazon will be teaming up with the White House to stream his speech, which will be taking place this coming Tuesday.
Basically the idea here is to reach as many people as possible, especially those who might have recently decided to cut the cord on more traditional means of watching TV (such as by subscribing to on-demand services like Netflix or Hulu), as confirmed by a post on the White House’s website by the White House’s Chief Digital Officer, Jason Goldman.
According to Goldman, “On Tuesday, the American people will see a multi-platform streaming and social broadcast of the State of the Union that reflects the ways people experience live events in 2016. We’ll be reaching people where they are — and making it possible for them to engage, respond, and share the President’s speech themselves in new and different ways.”
For those looking to stream the speech, it will be available via Amazon Video. It will also be available via the White House’s own stream, the White House YouTube channel, and they will also be teaming up with annotation platform Genius to add some context to past speeches, so check it out this coming Tuesday if you are interested.
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