President Joe Biden is set to deliver his second State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. White House press secretary Karin Jean-Pierre said Monday: “The president will underscore the progress we’ve made during one of the most challenging times in history.
The speech will be broadcast live by every major broadcast and most cable news outlet at 9 pm ET. It can also be livestreamed via the player embedded below. Republican responses to Biden’s address, delivered live afterward, will also be available via the player.
It was Biden’s first address to a divided Congress and Kevin McCarthy’s first State of the Union as Speaker of the House.
Network coverage plans for TV and online
ABC News There will be special coverage of the 2023 State of the Union and Republican responses from 9 pm to 11 pm ET on ABC, and streaming on ABC News Live.
World News Tonight Anchor David Muir will lead primetime coverage from Washington, D.C., including ABC News’ powerhouse political team. ABC News Live Prime Anchor Lynsey Davis, Chief Washington Correspondent Jonathan Karl, Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, Senior White House Correspondent Mary Bruce, senior congressional correspondent Rachel Scott and many others.
A special version of Muir will anchor World News TonightAnd Byron Pitts will anchor a special edition Nightline Tuesday from Washington, DC.
Good morning America And GMA3: What you need to know There will be special pre- and post coverage.
CBS News And the stations will provide coverage and analysis of Biden’s address and Republican response across all of its broadcasts and platforms.
CBS Evening News Anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell will anchor the multiplatform coverage from Washington, D.C., and CBS News chief political analyst John Dickerson will join the studio. Face the nation Moderator and Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Margaret Brennan, Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett, Chief Elections and Campaigns Correspondent Robert Costa and many others.
The CBS News streaming network will feature coverage beginning Tuesday at 5 p.m., ET. Primetime coverage begins at 8 p.m., ET, on CBS News Streaming and continues from 9-11 p.m., ET with streaming and a CBS News special report on the CBS Television Network.
CBS Mornings, CBS Evening News and Face the Nation will also provide coverage.
CBS Newspath will provide address coverage to its 200+ affiliates nationwide while CBS News Radio’s live, anchored coverage begins at 9 p.m., ET
of CNN Coverage will be led by political director David Chalian, and commentators David Axelrod, Van Jones, Alyssa Farah Griffin and Scott Jennings Will provide analysis throughout the coverage. In addition, CNN’s Phil Mattingly, Manu Raju and Jeff Zeleny will report live throughout the evening.
CNN this morning Tuesday will provide special live coverage from Washington.
CNN Politics will provide live coverage State of the Union Address and Republican Response CNN.com’s Digital Live Story, speech annotations and live fact-checking led by Daniel Dale and more than a dozen CNN reporters across digital platforms.
CNN’s coverage State of the Union Address and Republican Response Will stream live, without a cable log-in required.
C-spanLive State of the Union coverage begins at 8pm ET on C-SPAN with Peter Slane and Greta Browner hosting.
POLITICO’s Kathryn Tully-McManus, a congressional reporter and author of the Huddle newsletter, joins live from Statuary Hall to preview the evening and provide political context surrounding the speech.
There will be live footage from the C-Span House Chamber during the arrival of the Senate, Supreme Court, special guests and other dignitaries.
Following President Biden’s speech, C-SPAN will have live coverage of the Republican response.
C-SPAN2 will have a live simulcast of the State of the Union Address starting at 9pm ET. After the speech, C-SPAN host Pedro Echevarria will receive responses from members of the House and Senate in Auditorium Hall.
The conversation will continue in the Washington Journal at 7 a.m. Wednesday, with more responses from viewers and lawmakers.
Fox News Channel Special programming around the State of the Union will begin at 9 p.m., ET Tuesday. The coverage will be co-anchored by the main political anchor and Special report As well as Brett Baer the story Anchor and Executive Editor Martha McCallum. FNC’s coverage will also have co-anchor analysis America’s Newsroom and its co-hosts five Dana Perino, senior political analyst Britt Hume, co-hosts five Harold Ford Jr. and host of Fox Business Network the hoe, Larry Kudlow. FBN will simulcast FNC’s special coverage of President Biden’s 2023 address, beginning at 9 p.m., ET.
Several of Fox News Media’s New York-based programs will air from Washington throughout the week, including FNC’s Story with Martha McCallum at 3 p.m., ET and on FBN the hoe. America’s Newsroom Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino will provide coverage the next day.
Fox News SundayIts Shannon Brim will anchor separate live coverage on the FOX Network, beginning at 9PM/ET with contributions from FNC Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram.
Fox News Digital will offer nonstop coverage of the 2023 State of the Union Address. The FoxNews.com homepage will feature a live blog that will be updated continuously, including real-time reactions from around the country and interviews with lawmakers on Capitol Hill following the speech. Viewers will be able to livestream the address and Republican responses for free on FoxNews.com.
MSNBC: On Monday, February 6 at 11 p.m., Stephanie Ruhle will anchor a special edition of The 11th hour Awaiting President Biden’s State of the Union Address and Republican Response. He will be joined by a roundtable of guests including Simon Sanders-Townsend, Michael Steele and Jane Psaki.
On Tuesday, co-hosts Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist will begin special coverage of the State of the Union address. morning joe 6 a.m. ET. Scarborough, Brzezinski and Geist will continue live coverage from Washington, DC, with reactions and analysis from top political reporters and correspondents.
Live coverage from the nation’s capital will continue throughout Wednesday with reports and coverage from Jose Diaz-Balart, Andrea Mitchell, Chris Jansing, Katy Tur, Haley Jackson, Joy Reid readout) Rachel Maddow.
NBC News and MSNBC national political correspondent Steve Kornacki will be at the Big Board all day to break down President Biden’s poll trajectory as we head into his second State of the Union address.
On Tuesday, the MSNBC Hub on Peacock will simulcast MSNBC’s special coverage from 8 pm to 11 pm ET.
On Wednesday, February 8, Jane Psaki will anchor a Peacock special featuring expert analysis and reporting from The Insiders following the State of the Union Address and Republican reaction.
MSNBC.com will launch a robust live blog for President Biden’s speech and Republican reaction, featuring MSNBC anchors, familiar columnists and outside experts.
NBC News Live coverage and real-time analysis of Biden’s second State of the Union address and Republican reaction will be featured. NBC Nightly News Anchor Lester Holt and today Co-anchor and NBC News chief legal correspondent Savannah Guthrie will lead NBC News’ special coverage beginning Tuesday at 9 p.m.
Holt and Guthrie will be joined by NBC News political director and Meet the press Moderator Chuck Todd, NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Kristen Welker, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and Chief Washington Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, and NBC News Senior Washington Correspondent Haley Jackson.
Before Tuesday’s address, Holt will anchor a special edition of NBC Nightly News Guthrie will anchor the following morning live from Washington, DC today From the nation’s capital.
Beginning at 8 pm ET, NBC News NOW anchors Tom Llamas and Haley Jackson will host special coverage of the pre-speech live from Washington. NBC News will now also simulcast NBC News’ network coverage of the address. Following the speech, Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and NBC News chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker will anchor live special coverage and analysis, beginning at 11 p.m.
CNBC.com will stream the State of the Union address live and host a live blog.
Notices Telemundo: Julio Vaqueiro will lead live coverage from Washington. Vaqueiro will anchor a special edition of the network’s 6:30 pm ET newscast and a 9:00 pm ET primetime news special with reporting and analysis from senior Washington correspondent Christina Londoño, Washington correspondent Javier Vega and anchor Arantxa Lone. They will be joined by a panel of experts to analyze the president’s speech and the Republican response. Coverage will be verified by Noticias Telemundo’s T-Verifica and streamed on Noticias Telemundo’s digital platforms.
PBS NewsHour The Republican will offer live coverage followed by reaction and reporting and analysis Newshour The team and guests broadcast Tuesdays from 9-11 pm ET, online and on social. of the NewsHour Special coverage with co-anchors Amna Nawaz and Geoff Bennett will include Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardins and White House correspondent Laura Baron-Lopez reporting from Statuary Hall. Washington Post opinion writer Jonathan Capehart, New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks and Cook Political Report editor-in-chief Amy Walter will analyze Biden’s address.
Coverage will extend online with a pre-show hosted by 8-9 pm ET Newshour Digital anchor Nicole Ellis.