On Tuesday January 25, President Obama will deliver 2011's State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress. The speech will begin at 9 p.m. Eastern Time (6 p.m. Pacific Time) and is likely to run between 60 and 90 minutes.
Obama has said that the primary issue covered in his SOTU address will be the economy, with a focus on jobs, innovation and cooperation.
While many television networks will cover the event live at primetime, you can also tune in online. Keep abreast of the latest news with the HuffPost SOTU 2011 Live Blog (check back for live video feed), or watch live streaming video at one of the following sites:
YouTube is live streaming the event and inviting viewers to submit questions for the president. On January 27, Obama answer some of these questions during an exclusive YouTube interview. Learn more about submitting here.
You can also view a live stream of the speech via the White House iPhone app.