Tonight President Barack Obama will be delivering his 2015 State of the Union address, his second-to-last speech in the annual event.
The President is expected to talk about situations both foreign and domestic, and on average the “SOTU” runs about an hour.
So where can you catch the speech tonight?
The State of the Union begins at 9 PM EST. That would be 8 PM for Central, 7 PM for Mountain, and 6 PM for Pacific Time, respectfully.
Every major news channel and basic television channel is expected to broadcast the speech.
This includes CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News, and ABC, CBS, and Fox.
Tune to your preferred news source station to watch the speech live, or you can always stream it directly online by following the instructions here.