What time is President Barack Obama's State Of The Union Address tonight and where can I watch the speech via live online stream? The President will give his State of the Union Address tonight, Tuesday, January 28. 2014 at 9 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. PT Tuesday night live on C-SPAN, but you can watch the speech online via live stream provided by YouTube or through the embedded video at the bottom of the article.

In the State of the Union Address, President Obama will outline his agenda for the coming year. This will be the fifth State of the Union Address the president has made in front of the Joint Session of Congress.

President Obama Launches New Interactive Site For State Of The Union Address Live Online Stream.

Prior to the online live stream of the President's speech, however, C-SPAN will be providing tidbits of information from the White House and Capitol Hill with perspectives from a variety of notable voices including President Obama's speechwriter Jon Lovett, Senate Historian Don Ritchie, and Gallup Editor in Chief Frank Newport.

After the live stream of the president's State of the Union Address this evening, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will deliver the Republican response.

In addition to C-SPAN'S coverage however, the WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU has prepared for the event by launching a new site this week that will make the State of the Union address an interactive experience for users watching the live stream of the president's speech on PCs, tablet and mobile devices. The enhanced streaming feature will provide viewers with official charts, data and graphics to explain the policies laid out by the President during his SOTU. There is also an option for a standard broadcast and a standard and enhanced broadcast in Spanish. All these can be found on the site, along with links on the White House Facebook, YouTube, Google+ and mobile apps .

What To Expect From The State Of The Union Address 2014

In terms of what to expect in the President's speech, here are a few themes that will likely be repeated:

- Increase economic fairness: The president will likely continue to discuss his mission to wage war on poverty in tonight's live stream of the State of the Union Address.

- Executive action: Obama coined the term "Year of Action" to describe how he planned to approach 2014. It is expected some discussion of moving forward amid a gridlocked congress through the use of executive action will be heard.

- Immigration: This is one issue in which both Republicans and Democrats seem to be trying to work out an agreement on. It is expected that new immigration legislation will be a topic in tonight's presidential speech.

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