CNN to feature UR in State of the Union coverage

CNN will have cameras rolling at the University of Richmond tonight to gauge local opinion on the president’s big speech.

CNN’s coverage of tonight’s State of the Union address will include live reports from the University of Richmond campus. Roughly 35 area residents have been recruited by the news network to watch the speech and electronically record their opinions of it.

After the address, a CNN anchor will interview participants about what they liked and didn’t like about the president’s speech.

CNN’s coverage will begin at 7:00 PM. The State of the Union address begins at 9:00 PM.

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  1. Scott Burger on said:

    The Green Party of the United States will hold a special online broadcast of President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union address TONIGHT, Tuesday, February 12th. We will host a live chat during the address and response afterward.

    The broadcast, which begins at 9pm ET/6pm PT, will be aired on the Green Party’s Livestream channel.

    Viewers will be able to view the address in real time and participate in a simultaneous chat about the address with Green Party members from around the country. Stick around around after the address for additional discussion about the second term of the Obama administration and the Green Party’s plans for the coming year.

    We’ll be talking about important issues like climate change, ongoing drone strikes, and continued corporate dominace of our economy. The Green Party is building nation-wide and working to elect leaders who will address these issues with Green principles and values.

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