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The broadcast, cable and streaming news networks are putting a ton of resources into covering today’s historic event. Here are their coverage plans for the inaguration of Pres.-elect Donald Trump.
ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos will lead Donald Trump Inauguration Day coverage for the network live from Washington D.C., beginning with a special edition of Good Morning America at 7:00 a.m. ET with continuing coverage through 4:00 p.m. ET. Later in the day, World News Tonight with David Muir, Nightline and 20/20 will air special editions from Washington.
Stephanopoulos will be joined by Muir, GMA co-anchor Robin Roberts, This Week with George Stephanopoulos co-anchor and chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz, Nightline co-anchor Byron Pitts, chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, special correspondent and senior strategic advisor Matthew Dowd, World News Tonight Saturday anchor and senior national correspondent Cecilia Vega, World News Tonight Sunday anchor and correspondent Tom Llamas and more.
The following will report from locations all around D.C. and from watch parties across America: GMA news anchor Amy Robach, GMA Weekend co-anchor and The View co-host Paula Faris, chief investigative Brian Ross, chief foreign correspondent Terry Moran, senior justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, political analyst Cokie Roberts, congressional correspondent Mary Bruce, GMA anchor Lara Spencer, chief meteorologist Ginger Zee, correspondents Deborah Roberts, TJ Holmes, Matt Gutman, David Wright and David Kerley, Republican strategist Alex Castellanos, contributors Kristen Soltis Anderson and Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and LBJ Presidential Library Director and presidential historian Mark Updegrove.
20/20 will air two one-hour specials on Thursday and Friday (10 – 11 p.m. ET) from Washington. anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and Muir. On Thursday, America’s New First Family: The Trumps Go to Washington features Vargas’ interview with Donald Trump, Jr. and a joint interview with Eric and Lara Trump. Correspondent Deborah Roberts has an interview with Ivanka Trump on her platform, if she will act as First Lady, and more. On Friday, a live edition of 20/20 will report on the highlights of Inauguration Day, Inauguration Day fashion, and the supporters traveling from across America to witness the festivities.
ABC News Digital will also provide coverage of the Inauguration across desktop, mobile, social & OTT properties with real time analysis. In addition, ABC News will provide multi-stream live coverage of the day’s proceedings and the evening balls, including live anchored coverage with digital anchor Amna Nawaz, Nightline and GMA Weekend Co-anchor Dan Harris and ABC News contributor LZ Granderson starting at 8:30 a.m., ET.
CBS News will deliver on-site coverage on the CBS Broadcast Network, CBSN, and all CBS News platforms on Inauguration Day.
- 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET: Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell anchor CBS This Morning and CBS News’ coverage live from the National Mall. CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Scott Pelley joins CBS This Morning, and will anchor the network’s all-day coverage from the swearing-in through the parade. Face the Nation anchor and CBS News political director John Dickerson, CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer, and CBS This Morning: Saturday Co-Hosts Anthony Mason and Alex Wagner plus a team of CBS News correspondents will contribute to the live coverage. Schieffer has covered 14 Presidential Inaugurations since 1965.
- 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. ET: Scott Pelley anchors a one-hour edition of the CBS Evening News live from Washington on Friday. The half-hour program will also broadcast from D.C. Wednesday, Jan. 18 and Thursday, Jan. 19.
- 8 – 9 p.m. ET: CBS News broadcasts Change and Challenge: The Inauguration of Donald Trump, a one-hour live special anchored by King and Dickerson. Featuring CBS News correspondents around the country, the special will examine an unprecedented new American leader, how he will govern and if he can unify Americans.
- On Saturday, Jan. 21, Mason and Wagner will broadcast of CBS This Morning: Saturday live from the National Mall.
- The Sunday, Jan. 22 edition of CBS Sunday Morning will deliver reports on various aspects of the Inauguration, ranging from a look back at the legacy of President Barack Obama to aspects of the Inauguration of Donald Trump.
- Face the Nation will also analysis of the Inauguration and what lies ahead for the new Administration on its Jan. 22 edition.
- Correspondents Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes, Jeff Pegues, Margaret Brennan, Jan Crawford, Chip Reid, Kris Van Cleave, Anna Werner and Errol Barnett will report from Washington; Erin Moriarty and Peter Van Sant will provide reporting from Wisconsin, Texas and Maryland; and Elizabeth Palmer will report from Moscow.
- CBSN’s around-the-clock coverage, available across all leading digital platforms, will originate from Washington with Eliane Quijano, Josh Elliott, Vladimir Duthiers and Reena Ninan. Leading up to the Inauguration, Quijano will report on the latest moves in Washington on Red and Blue, CBSN’s daily politics program that debuted earlier this month, and will explore how Americans across the nation are being impacted by the transition to a new administration (Monday – Thursday, 9 p.m. ET).
- CBS Newspath, the Network’s 24-hour TV newsgathering service for CBS stations and broadcasters around the world, will also offer full Inauguration Day coverage. A team of CBS Newspath correspondents including Craig Boswell, Don Champion, Kenneth Craig, Weijia Jiang, Jamie Yuccas, will report from Washington on Inauguration Day and surrounding it.
On the FOX Broadcast, FNC’s chief news anchor Shepard Smith will provide live coverage from D.C. on Inauguration Day from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., which will be offered to the FOX affiliates. Also contributing to FOX Broadcast will be FNC’s Mike Emanuel.
NBC News & MSNBC:
NBC News and MSNBC together will cover the inauguration live from Washington, and NBC News HQ in New York, with anchors and correspondents reporting from Capitol Hill, the parade route, the National Mall, the White House, across the country, and around the world.
Inauguration coverage on the NBC broadcast network begins at 7 a.m. ET as Matt Lauer co-hosts Today live from Washington on Friday morning, with Al Roker, Meet the Press moderator and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and NBC News analyst Nicolle Wallace.
Beginning at 10 a.m. ET, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt leads coverage from Capitol Hill, joined by NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, Todd and Wallace. NBC News analysts Ben Ginsberg and Hugh Hewitt and NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss will also join the network’s coverage.
Nightly News will broadcast live from Washington both Thursday and Friday, with an expanded one-hour broadcast on Inauguration Day.
Dateline NBC will feature a report from Dennis Murphy on the Inauguration on Friday at 10p/9c. Murphy will offer highlights from the day’s events and will update viewers with the latest info.
On MSNBC, coverage kicks off with a special four-hour edition of Morning Joe live from The Dubliner pub in Washington from 6 – 10 a.m. ET.
Rachel Maddow, Brian Williams, and Chris Matthews lead MSNBC’s all-day coverage beginning at 10 a.m. ET, anchored from MSNBC World Headquarters in New York, with live reports from MSNBC and NBC News correspondents on the ground in Washington and beyond. MSNBC will anchor live from Washington D.C leading up to Inauguration Day.
Journalists contributing to the NBC News live coverage include:
- Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Kristen Welker, Kasie Hunt, Katy Tur, Kelly O’Donnell and Chris Jansing positioned across the Capitol complex.
- Al Roker, Tamron Hall, Kate Snow, Peter Alexander, and Craig Melvin along the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route.
- Ron Allen at the White House.
- Hans Nichols at the Pentagon.
- Jacob Soboroff on the National Mall.
- Pete Williams and Miguel Almaguer will report on the day’s events for NBC Nightly News.
- Stephanie Gosk, Jacob Rascon, and Cal Perry covering security and protests across D.C.
- Correspondents outside the Beltway for domestic reaction include: Gadi Schwartz along the US/Mexico Border, Kevin Tibbles in Pemberville, OH, Ron Mott in Pittsburgh, PA, and Tammy Leitner in North Carolina.
- Correspondents around the world for global reaction include: Richard Engel and Bill Neely in Moscow, Kelly Cobiella in Berlin, Keir Simmons in Davos, Matt Bradley in Tel Aviv, Lucy Kafanov in London, Ali Aruzzi in Tehran, Claudio Lavanga in Rome and Janis Mackey Frayer in Beijing.
PBS NewsHour in an exclusive partnership with Twitter will live stream special coverage of Inauguration Day 2017 on Twitter from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET on Friday. The special broadcast will be anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, with NewsHour correspondents John Yang reporting from the steps of the U.S. Capitol and Lisa Desjardins from the National Mall. NewsHour’s livestream will include the swearing in of the next president and vice president on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, the Inaugural Address and Parade, and Trump’s arrival at the White House.
Joining Woodruff in studio will be a panel of guests including New York Times columnist David Brooks; syndicated columnist Mark Shields; the Cook Political Report’s Amy Walter; PBS NewsHour Weekend special correspondent Jeff Greenfield; chair of the American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp; interim director of GW’s Graduate School of Political Management Lara Brown, and senior advisor and national spokesperson for @MoveOn Karine Jean-Pierre.
Noticias Telemundo announced its broadcast of Los Hispanos y Trump, a news special hosted by José Díaz-Balart that presents the events of the presidential inauguration from the points of view of 5 Hispanics from different backgrounds, including a hair stylist, a dreamer and a factory worker, from Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey and San Francisco, on Friday beginning at 7 p.m./6c Los Hispanos y Trump expands Telemundo’s coverage of President Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration to eight hours, the network’s most extensive coverage to date of this type of the event. The Inauguration Day programming will be available in its entirety on the NoticiasTelemundo.com website.
“On Los Hispanos y Trump, we will experience the inauguration through the eyes of five individuals who reflect the broader Latino community,” explained Luis Fernández, evp of Noticias Telemundo. “The Trump presidency and its potential consequences for Latinos are unprecedented, calling for coverage that allows audiences to share their feelings without unnecessary filters and with the rigor and transparency that characterize Noticias Telemundo.”
The network’s Inauguration Day coverage will begin Friday at 9 a.m./8c with Trump en la Casa Blanca. Noticias Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart and Al Rojo Vivo host María Celeste Arrarás will lead a team of more than 10 reporters and presenters stationed around the country.
The Noticias Telemundo team will be based at a studio at the Newseum de Washington, D.C. and have special access to the ceremony. Morning programming will include the swearing-in ceremony on the steps of the Capitol, the full schedule of performances by invited musicians and artists, and the parade in honor of the new president, featuring military regiments, civil organizations and marching bands. Throughout, the network’s coverage will feature the reactions of Hispanics across the United States, with commentary and analysis by Noticias Telemundo experts. The regular broadcasts of Al Rojo Vivo” and “Noticias Telemundo will also be devoted to analyzing the day’s developments.
Special coverage of the 45th Presidential Inauguration, titled Cambio de Mando (Change of Leadership), kicks off at 7 a.m. ET / 4 a.m. PT on the Univision Network’s morning show Despierta América (Wake Up America), with news anchor Satcha Pretto hosting from Washington. Then, at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT, the network’s live coast-to-coast broadcast of the ceremony begins, led by anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas, also stationed in the nation’s capital. They will be joined by former governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson, Mexican politician and professor Jorge Castañeda, Harvard lecturer and advisor to the Trump transition team, Carlos Díaz Rocillo, and Jazmina Saavedra, director of Latinas for Trump, as well as members of the Women’s March and the Dreamer movement, to discuss the details of the inauguration as well as analyze important issues that could impact Latinos during a Trump administration.
Throughout the day, a team of Univision News correspondents will be reporting from different locations, including Lourdes Meluzá from the Capitol, Luis Megid from the National Mall, Blanca Vilchez from the protests and marches, Pablo Gato from the Trump International Hotel, and Janet Rodríguez from the White House. Tony Dandrades, entertainment reporter for Univision’s newsmagazine Primer Impacto, will take viewers inside the inaugural balls.
On Sunday, Univision will air a special edition of its prime time newsmagazine “Aquí y Ahora” (Here and Now) in which experts will discuss how immigrants in the U.S. could be impacted if Trump’s proposed policies on immigration and healthcare are actually implemented. Titled Qué Esperar del Presidente Trump (What to Expect from President Trump), it airs at 10 p.m. ET /7 p.m. PT.
Univision Radio stations across the country will broadcast the Univision Network’s special coverage of the inauguration between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. ET on Friday. Some stations in major markets, such as WAQI in Miami, will air special programming featuring commentary and analysis with local talent and guests.
BBC News will also be getting into the Inauguration Day action. For U.S. and global audiences, there will be live coverage of Friday’s festivities across the BBC’s international news services on TV, radio and online. The 24/7 global news network BBC World News TV will begin coverage from 9 a.m. ET on Friday, along with full news and analysis throughout the day on BBC.com, the BBC News app, social media outlets and on BBC World Service radio broadcasts on public radio stations in the U.S.
The BBC’s Katty Kay will anchor the live coverage from atop the Newseum, and the network will follow the official proceedings on Inauguration Day, including the swearing in ceremony, the inaugural address, as well as the presidential parade to the White House. Along with following events in Washington D.C, the BBC will also be gauging reaction from around the world to a day which marks the transfer of presidential power from one administration to the next and analyzing the significance of this transition to the wider international community.
The BBC’s flagship U.S. newscast World News America with Katty Kay at 5 p.m. ET, broadcasting on BBC World News TV and public television in the U.S., will be getting reaction on the day both within and outside America.
BBC News will also be launching a new weekday TV news show on Monday, Jan. 23 – 100 Days – as the Trump administration takes office, to follow the first three months of the Trump’s term in the White House.
Bloomberg’s special Inauguration coverage kicked off on Monday at 9 p.m. ET with the first of four one-hour With All Due Respect specials hosted by the dynamic duo of Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. The specials explore different elements of the new administration’s priorities. Monday’s episode focused on Trump’s plans for taxes, entitlements, and regulations; Tuesday’s on the federal budget; Wednesday’s will focus on his promise to bring change to Washington and the Supreme Court; and Thursday’s on international trade and foreign policy.
On Inauguration Day, Halperin and Heilemann will anchor live coverage of the day’s events from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. ET available on Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg.Com and live-streamed on the Bloomberg Politics Youtube page, and will host an encore episode of With All Due Respect live at 5 p.m. ET on Bloomberg TV.
CNBC will provide coverage throughout CNBC’s Business day programming providing viewers with full access to the stories that are not only shaping the White House, but also Wall Street. CNBC will focus on topics including taxes, jobs, trade, and healthcare, among others throughout the day.
Squawk Box (6 – 9 a.m. ET) will broadcast live from Washington with anchors Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin, all of whom will surely still be jetlagged from their trip out to Davos. Carl Quintanilla will be live in Washington for Squawk on the Street.
Beginning at 11 a.m., CNBC will broadcast The Inauguration of Donald Trump, which will be anchored by Quintanilla, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Kelly Evans, with commentary from CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow on the roof of 101 Constitution in Washington. Evans will also anchor Closing Bell (3 – 5 p.m. ET) from the Newschannel studio in Washington.
CNBC’s coverage will also include reporting from John Harwood, Sorkin, Scott Wapner, Eamon Javers, Kayla Tausche, Robert Frank and Hampton Pearson.
CNN’s coverage, titled: The Inauguration of Donald Trump, will kick off at 5 a.m. ET with New Day with Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota live from Washington.
- From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET, Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash will anchor coverage of Trump’s Inauguration and Obama’s send-off along with John King and Erin Burnett with panels and interviews from the West Front of the Capitol.
- From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET, Camerota, Cuomo, Brooke Baldwin and Cooper will anchor coverage during the Inaugural Parade live from the parade route on Pennsylvania Ave.
- The Lead with Jake Tapper and The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer will be live in front of The White House at Lafayette Square
- Erin Burnett Out Front, AC360, and CNN Tonight with Don Lemon will be live from the Inaugural Balls.
- More than CNN 25 CNN anchors, correspondents, and analysts will be reporting live from the Nation’s Capital throughout the day.
- CNN will be live from more than 15 locations throughout D.C. including the Capitol, The White House, National Mall, and along the Inaugural Parade route and at the Inaugural Balls
- CNN Digital’s coverage will feature global analysis and live reporting of the inaugural events from the swearing-in ceremony to the Inaugural Balls. Enterprise video and reporting will complement interactive features, graphics, a 24+ hr live blog and live streams.
- CNN’s coverage of Inauguration Day and weekend events will be streamed live in its entirety to CNN.com’s homepage and across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android, starting at 6 a.m. ET on Inauguration Day, running through midnight and beginning again at 10:00 a.m. ET on Saturday running through 4 p.m. ET.
- CNN’s coverage of Inauguration Day will be streamed live in its entirety to CNN.com’s homepage and across mobile devices via CNN’s apps starting at 6 a.m. ET on Friday and running through 6 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21.
- The CNN Film The End: Inside the Last Days of the Obama White House offers a portrait of the ambitions, achievements, heartbreak, and history of the past eight years, told by the people who have worked closely with the Obamas and shared in their journey. The two-hour film was screened at the National Archives yesterday, and premieres on CNN and CNN International tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
- CNN Films and CNN Digital Video produced a short film featuring W. Kamau Bell that explores the history of the presidential Oath of Office – and why President Obama took the Oath four times. The digital short will be released widely on Monday, leading up to Inauguration Day.
C-SPAN will provide extensive, commercial-free coverage of the inauguration that expands across all media platforms, offering TV, radio and online audiences with an immersive view of the day’s events and behind the scenes access.
Live programming on C-SPAN will begin at 7 a.m. ET on Friday and will include:
- Complete coverage of the entire Inaugural Ceremony, including the swearing-in of Donald Trump and Mike Pence and the Inaugural Address
- Inaugural Parade
- Inaugural Balls
- Viewer calls, guest commentary, and reactions from social media throughout the day
- And more
C-SPAN Radio’s live programming also will begin at 7 a.m. ET and continue throughout the day. In Washington, C-SPAN Radio can be heard on 90.1 FM while listeners nationwide can stay tuned-in through the free C-SPAN radio app (download here: https://www.c-span.org/RadioApp/).
C-SPAN will offer live streaming on www.c-span.org of all Inauguration coverage, viewable on your desktop or mobile device. Inaugural events will be archived on the site in the C-SPAN Video Library for on demand viewing and easy-to-use clip and share features.
For the first time, C-SPAN will be offering a virtual, behind-the-scenes video experience of Inaugural preparations and activities via VR 360 videos on C-SPAN’s YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/cspan.
C-SPAN will use Facebook Live, www.Facebook.com/CSPAN, to show key Inaugural events including the arrival of Trump and other dignitaries at St. John’s Episcopal Church, the Inaugural Ceremony, and viewpoints of the Inaugural Parade.
Over on Fox News, Special Report’s Bret Baier and The First 100 Days’ Martha MacCallum will co-anchor America’s Election Headquarters: Inauguration 2017, on Friday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET. Contributions will also be provided by co-anchors of America’s Newsroom Bill Hemmer and Shannon Bream, senior political analyst Brit Hume, co-host of The Five Dana Perino and Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace, Additionally, The First 100 Days anchored by MacCallum, will broadcast three shows during its debut week live from Washington.
FNC anchors and correspondents will be contributing to special live coverage throughout locations in D.C. Chief White House correspondent John Roberts will be covering the President-elect from multiple scenes. Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron, chief congressional correspondent Mike Emmanuel, chief national correspondent Ed Henry and national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin will report live from the Capitol Building. Covering the parade route will be Happening Now’s Jenna Lee from outside of the Trump Hotel, correspondent Doug McKelway from Freedom Plaza and correspondent Rich Edson from John Marshall Park. Correspondents Peter Doocy and Kristin Fisher will be live from the National Mall, and correspondents Mike Tobin and Griff Jenkins will be covering any protests that may arise. White House correspondent Kevin Corke will be live from the White House, and correspondent Leland Vittert will report from Joint Base Andrews for President Obama’s departure ceremony. Additionally, correspondents Garrett Tenney and Elizabeth Prann will also be live from locations in D.C.
Fox & Friends, America’s Newsroom, America’s News HQ, Your World with Neil Cavuto, The Five, Special Report, The First 100 Days, Tucker Carlson Tonight and Hannity will all broadcast from D.C. on Thursday and Friday. O’Reilly will broadcast live from D.C. on Friday only.
Fox Business Network:
Neil Cavuto will anchor Fox Business’ live coverage from Washington. The network kicked off Inauguration coverage on Tuesday with Maria Bartiromo in Washington, culminating in Friday’s events. Many of FBN’s programs will be presented live from locations throughout Washington, beginning Thursday. Mornings with Maria (5-9 a.m.) will kick off Friday’s coverage, followed by Neil Cavuto who will anchor coverage of the swearing-in ceremonies and subsequent parade from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET. Lou Dobbs will anchor a special edition of Lou Dobbs Tonight (5 – 8 p.m.) followed by Intelligence Report with Trish Regan (8 – 10 p.m.), providing the latest from the Inaugural balls.
Providing on the ground reporting for FBN will be Peter Barnes from the Capitol, Blake Burman from the White House, Adam Shapiro from the parade route and Connell McShane who will report from the National Mall and provide updates from the Inaugural balls later in the night.
HLN will be providing live inauguration coverage from CNN bureaus in Washington, Atlanta and Los Angeles on Friday from 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET.
- Morning Express w/ Robin Meade (live coverage, Meade broadcasts from the CNN Washington bureau)
10 –11 a.m.
- Morning Express w/ Robin Meade (Lynn Smith will pick up as host from CNN headquarters in Atlanta)
11 a.m. -1 p.m.
- Michaela (live coverage of the inauguration, Michaela hosts from the CNN LA bureau)
- On the Story with Erica Hill (Erica broadcasts live from the CNN Washington bureau)
At 10 a.m., Robin Meade will report for CNN live from the parade route.
Erica Hill will report for CNN from the Women’s March.
Live Video Programming:
- FRIDAY: The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump – On Friday, Katie Couric, Matt Bai and Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga will be joined by a lineup of guests, including Yahoo News correspondents Hunter Walker, Holly Bailey, Olivier Knox and Liz Goodwin in Washington, Lisa Belkin en route from Kentucky and more. Yahoo News will stream all the major moments, kicking off at 8:30 am ET with un moderated coverage of the service at St. John’s Church.
- 10am ET: Just ahead of the inauguration, Couric and Bai will provide analysis and insight into the day’s most compelling storylines. A diverse array of expert voices on a variety of issues, from the incoming president’s first 100 days to what Washington has learned, the president’s complex relationship with the press and more. Following the swearing-in and Trump’s inaugural address to the nation, Yahoo News will go back to New York for final insights from Couric and Bai.
- 8pm ET: Couric and Golodryga return for live prime time coverage of the inaugural balls, joined Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee recaps all the major fashion moments of the day. They’ll also look ahead to what Melania and Ivanka Trump may choose to wear for the evening, and reflect on first lady fashion in years past.
- SATURDAY: The Women’s March on Washington – Starting at 10 a.m. ET, Couric will be live from D.C., on the ground at the Women’s March. She’ll have roving interviews along the route with organizers, marchers and notable participants, as well as all the latest news of the day.
Road Trip to the Women’s March on Washington – Beginning Friday, Yahoo Chief National Correspondent Lisa Belkin will be embedded with a diverse group of women from the red state of Kentucky as they take a road trip to Washington, for Saturday’s march. Belkin will be giving regular live updates from the road, reporting on the sights and sounds at the march and sharing reactions of the women during their walk from the Lincoln Memorial to the White House.
Inauguration Diaries – Yahoo News has enlisted a variety of participants – from fervent Trump supporters to marchers and protesters – to offer their perspectives. Through their written entries, photographs and video, these diarists will take readers and viewers behind the scenes of the weekend’s events.
Live Blog – Follow along with the 24/7 interactive ScribbleLive blog starting at 8 a.m. ET on Friday and running through Saturday. The blog will offer contributions from the Yahoo News and Politics team, including the latest up-to-the-minute updates from social media, with tweets, photos, snaps and more.
YouTube is live streaming inauguration coverage on Friday, and viewers can tune into live streams from more news organizations than ever before, including NBC News, CBS News, Telemundo, C-SPAN, Bloomberg Politics, USA Today, Washington Post. YouTube will also provide coverage from some of the channels above in 360-degrees and in 4K quality.