President Barack Obama will deliver the final State of the Union address of his time in office on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 9pm ET. The Republican response to the State of the Union address will be delivered by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.
Here are some places to watch the 2016 State of the Union address, President Obama’s final address:
ABC — ABC will offer live coverage of the State of the Union address beginning at 9pm ET.
Al Jazeera America — Al Jazeera America’s State of the Union coverage will start at 6:30pm ET, with “Inside Story” anchored by Ray Suarez in Washington, D.C.; followed by Tony Harris anchoring at 7pm ET in New York and then special coverage from 8pm-11pm ET with anchor John Seigenthaler in New York and Ali Velshi in Washington, D.C. At 11pm ET, Antonio Mora in New York will anchor special coverage and reaction
C-SPAN — A preview of the State of the Union address will air at 8pm ET, followed by live coverage at 9pm, and the Republican response at around 10pm. At 10:15, there will be live viewers’ calls to respond to the address.
CBS — Scott Pelley, Norah O’Donnell and John Dickerson will lead CBS News’ live coverage starting at 9pm ET. They will be joined by correspondents Margaret Brennan at the White House, Nancy Cordes on Capitol Hill and Major Garrett with reaction from the campaign trail. Coverage will extend across all CBS News platforms, including CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news network. Throughout the day leading up to the speech, SOTU coverage will be featured on CBS This Morning (7am-9am ET) and CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley (6:30pm-7pm ET).
CNN & CNN International — Anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper will lead the network’s comprehensive coverage of President Obama’s final State of the Union Address with Dana Bash providing updates live from Statuary Hall. CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront will kick off the evening’s coverage live from Capitol Hill at 7pm, followed by a special AC360. The Republican response, delivered by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley will follow. CNN’s Politics team including Brianna Keilar, Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray and Manu Raju will be deployed across the country and Jim Acosta will be live from the White House. Throughout the evening, news and commentary will be provided by John King, Gloria Borger, Michael Smerconish and David Axelrod, along with the network’s political contributors Paul Begala, Amanda Carpenter, Van Jones and Mike Rogers. CNN will also incorporate a Microsoft Pulse National Focus Group into its coverage, with Tom Foreman offering viewers real-time feedback on the President’s speech. CNN International will simulcast both the Presidential address and the Republican response live to more than 300 million households around the world.
CNN en Español — Juan Carlos López and Fernando del Rincón will anchor CNN en Español’s special live coverage of the Presidential address and the Republican response.
FOX (broadcast) — FNC’s Shepard Smith will anchor separate live coverage of the State of the Union address beginning at 9pm ET. Contributions will also be provided by Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace and Supreme Court correspondent Shannon Bream.
FOX Business Network (FBN) — FBN will present live State of the Union coverage starting at 8pm ET in Charleston, SC, ahead of Thursday’s FBN GOP Republican Presidential Debate. Neil Cavuto will anchor coverage and discuss top reactions on the foreign market and economy. Guests include, Ret. Veteran and talk show host Montel Williams, Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) and former Seal Team Six Commander Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT), among others.
FOX News Channel (FNC) — FNC’s live SOTU coverage begins at 8:55pm ET. Leading up to that will be a special live edition of The O’Reilly Factor from New York, from 8-8:55pm. Following the State of the Union address, Megyn Kelly’s The Kelly File will be live from New York from 11pm-midnight. Anchoring the coverage will be Bret Baier, who moderates a panel of commentators, including The Hill’s A.B. Stoddard and FNC contributors Charles Krauthammer, Charles Lane and Steve Hayes. Additionally, FNC White House correspondent Kevin Corke and Chief Congressional Correspondent Mike Emanuel will provide live reports from the White House and Capitol Hill, respectively and political correspondent Carl Cameron will be live from South Carolina.
MSNBC — Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews lead MSNBC’s State of the Union coverage starting at 8pm ET. They will be joined by Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell and José Díaz-Balart from Washington DC and Chris Hayes, Lawrence O’Donnell, Steve Kornacki, Kasie Hunt and Joy Reid from New York. Chris Jansing will be live from the White House while Luke Russert and Kelly O’Donnell will bring reactions from Capitol Hill. MSNBC and NBC News will also report live from several campaigns including Kristen Welker who will be with the Clinton campaign, Katy Tur with the Trump campaign, and Hallie Jackson with the Cruz campaign. NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel will be live from Istanbul. MSNBC will welcome guests and contributors to add insight and analysis including Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, former RNC chairman Michael Steele, Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson, Col. Jack Jacobs, Voto Latino President Maria Teresa Kumar and presidential historian Michael Beschloss, Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) and more.
NBC — Lester Holt will anchor NBC News’ coverage of the State of the Union address and the Republican response beginning at 9pm ET. Coverage will be live-streamed at NBCNews.com. Holt will be joined on set by “Meet the Press” moderator and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell. The coverage will also feature NBC News senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing, NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Kelly O’Donnell inside the House chamber, NBC News correspondent Hallie Jackson live from New Hampshire and both NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker and NBC News correspondent Katy Tur live from Iowa.
One America News Network (OANN) — Coverage will begin at 9pm ET.
PBS — PBS NewsHour will offer live coverage beginning at 9pm ET.
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