Obama to Hold Live YouTube Q&A After Final State of the Union

January 12, 2016, 3:38 PM UTC
US President Barack Obama takes a question at a town hall meeting on reducing gun violence at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, on January 7, 2016. Obama announced limited measures two days ago to tackle rampant US gun violence and called on Americans to punish lawmakers who oppose more meaningful reforms. AFP PHOTO/ NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)
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President Barack Obama will appear on YouTube to answer the nation’s questions on Friday afternoon, a few days after delivering his final State of the Union address.

Google (GOOG) announced details about the live interview on a company blog on Monday, alongside an accompanying video clip on its video streaming site.

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Three YouTube content creators—Destin Sandlin, Ingrid Nilsen, and Adande Thorne—will sit down with the president in the East Room of the White House to ask him questions starting at 2:15 P.M. ET. Social media users may submit questions by posting them with the hashtag #YouTubeAsksObama.

President Obama has used YouTube and Google+ Hangouts to interact with the American populace since 2010, though last year marked the first time he received questions through Internet celebrities, as the Verge then noted. His interlocutors included YouTube stars Bethany Mota, GloZell Green, and Hank Green.

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People may tune into President Obama’s farewell State of the Union address on Tuesday at 9 P.M. ET. The event will be broadcast through three streaming options—wh.gov/sotu, the White House’s YouTube channel, and, for the first time, on Amazon Video—and on most major TV news channels. A sneak preview of the event will also be available on Snapchat.

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