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Inauguration 2013: How to watch the Obama ceremony online

January 21, 2013|By Salvador Rodriguez
  • The Presidential Inauguration Committee is one of many websites that will live-streaming Monday's ceremony.
The Presidential Inauguration Committee is one of many websites that will… (2013pic.org )

Looking to watch the presidential inauguration this morning but have no access to a TV? Well, fortunately, there isn't a shortage of websites that will be live-streaming the event to computers and mobile devices.

With the inaugural ceremony beginning at 8:30 a.m. PDT, some of these live streams have already kicked off with coverage of pre-ceremony events.

The Los Angeles Times has the live stream.

Or if you want to go the official route, you can head over to the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Committee's live stream online or on your phone using an app -- either for Apple devices or Android

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For a live stream of the event with an influx of news commentary and analysis, there's a myriad of websites to choose from.

News channels CBSNews, ABC News and Yahoo News, NBC News, Fox News, PBS and C-SPAN have already begun their live streams. CNN has also said it will carry a live stream.

Additionally, Politico has also begun its live stream. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Reuters also will have streams of the event.

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