ABC News and Yahoo! News have come together to jointly produce live stream coverage of the 2013 Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama across http://ABCNews.com/, ABCNews.com, Yahoo! News, http://GoodMorningAmerica.com/, ABC News' iPad & iPhone apps, ABC News affiliate websites, as well as on the ABC News YouTube channel.
ABC News-Yahoo! News live-streamed coverage of The 2nd Inauguration of Barack Obama kicks off on Sunday, January 20 with a special report on the President's official oath of office at 11:55 a.m., ET, followed by continuous coverage on Monday, January 21 from 9:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., ET, anchored by ABC News' Dan Harris along with Yahoo! News' Olivier Knox. ABC News' team of anchors and correspondents will contribute to special live stream coverage throughout the day, including:
Business correspondent Bianna Golodryga in New York
Digital correspondent Dan Kloeffler reporting from the National Mall
Senior Washington editor Rick Klein in DC
Correspondent Reena Ninan talking to crowds along the parade route
Coverage will also include on-the-ground reporting and analysis from Yahoo! News' Jeff Greenfield, Phoebe Connelly, Chris Moody, Holly Bailey and Walter Shapiro, along with a lineup of all-star guests, contributors and Washington insiders, including:
Ben Smith, editor-in-chief for BuzzFeed
Walter Schieb, former White House executive chef
Kevin Caffee, senior editor for Washington Life
Lori Bergamotto, fashion writer for Lucky Magazine
Eric Draper, official photographer for George W. Bush
Michael Waldman, former speechwriter for President Bill Clinton
Evening coverage will continue with a live feed from both Inaugural balls. ABC News and Yahoo! News will also stream a special post-Inaugural show, "After: The 2nd Inauguration of President Barack Obama," on Tuesday, January 22 at 10:00 a.m., ET, anchored by ABC News' Dan Kloeffler and Yahoo! News' Phoebe Connelly.
From the Presidential swearing-in ceremony to the Inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, ABC News and Yahoo! News will deliver live, streaming access to one of the most important days in U.S. history. In addition, ABC News will incorporate enhanced navigation, interactive features and infographics to encourage participation from viewers, such as:
2013 Parade Route with Embedded Video Player: An in-depth look at the President's movements throughout the day from the procession to the White House, including parade route markers, a historic look at the past Presidents and interior views of the U.S. Capitol.
Inauguration 2013: Famous Speeches of the Past: A photographic look at history featuring the most memorable moments and words spoken on the National Mall, from Abraham Lincoln's Inaugural address (1861) to the Million Man March (1995) and the 175th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence (1951).
Who's Who at the Podium: An interactive hover graphic of the 2013 Presidential swearing-in featuring biographical information and factoids on the President's guests.
Breaking Hashtags: A tool helping viewers search trending topics and the latest, most interesting discussions on Twitter.
The ABC News iPad App will also offer tablet users all-day access to live video, interactive graphics and a continuously updated social feed. The live stream feed can be found on ABCNews.com, located at abcnews.com/live, and includes:
Three simultaneous live video streams featuring the biggest stories and perspectives throughout Inauguration Day, including a live feed from both Inaugural balls.
Dynamic Inauguration Day surveying powered by GoPollGo, providing viewers an interactive experience as they vote on key issues and share their opinions with other users across the country.