When President Obama delivers his State of the Union address Tuesday, we’ll carry it live on lohud.com using our new social video player.
The player, which we debuted during the Presidential Inauguration, features live video of the president’s address alongside streams from Twitter — tweets from Gannett journalists and members of Congress. It works on desktop, iPad, iPhone and Android devices.
If you’d rather refine your perspective to Republican-only tweets, the Republican House has a similar player set up for the party’s State of the Union response at http://www.gop.gov/SOTU/.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., will deliver the rebuttal in both English and Spanish.
The White House plans to stream the president’s address as well. Find it at http://www.whitehouse.gov/ or download a mobile app at http://www.whitehouse.gov/mobile. The staff will add charts, statistics and data to “help explain policies and the issues” while Obama speaks, just as it did last year.
Afterwards, Administration officials will stick around to answer questions about the president’s address. Before, during and after the speech, submit your questions on Twitter using the hashtags #WHChat and #SOTU, at Facebook.com/WhiteHouse and on WhiteHouse.gov.
Queue up a second screen and join the action on social media:
Follow these people and lists:
@GOP, the Republican National Committee.
@Reince, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus.
Members, a list of House Republicans and Committees in the 113th Congress.
Members, a public list by House Democrats
Tweet and share photographs with the hashtag #SOTU.
Like https://www.facebook.com/GOP and https:/Facebook.com/WhiteHouse.
The White House pinned quotations from Obama’s speech during the inauguration, so look for staff to do the same during the State of the Union. Follow the White House on Pinterest.
Watch videos at http://www.youtube.com/rnc and http://www.youtube.com/whitehouse.
Add the White House to your circles.
Marco Rubio on social media
Get more on Sen. Rubio at his website, and connect with him on Twitter @marcorubio and on Facebook.
Above: President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. (AP photo)