The speech will stream on The White House's own YouTube channel. This is also where to go if there's been something you have been meaning to ask the president, who will be answering the top voted questions on January 30 during a live interview from the West Wing that will be streamed on YouTube. As of this writing almost 50,000 questions have been submitted.
A few lucky questioners will even be invited to join the president in a Google+ hangout that plans to host during the interview. The submission deadline is January 28 at midnight EST.
Question and answer site Quora wrote in a blog post on Monday that a live-stream of the address would be available on a Quora page specially created for the event. Obama's not playing favorites with his question answering either. The president will be answering questions from Quora users that are related to economic and domestic policies. The deadline to submit a question is Wednesday at 5 p.m. PT. However the earlier you get it in the better, since questions will be chosen on the basis of which have the most follows.
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The White House will also be broadcasting the State Of The Union on its own site. Two versions will be streamed, an enhanced one that includes "charts, stats and data that helped inform President Obama's policy decisions," and a speech only version for viewers with a slower internet connections. Interestingly, according to PC magazine, during last year's State Of The Union, Obama vowed that within the next five years 98 percent of Americans would have high-speed internet.