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President Obama is gearing up for his seventh and final State of the Union address, which he will deliver in front of a joint session of the U.S. Congress this Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 9 p.m. Eastern. 

And this year, the SOTU will be more accessible than ever — the entire address will be livestreamed on the White House's website and on the official White House YouTube channel.

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The White House also officially launched its Snapchat account this week in preparation for the SOTU, and there will likely be some SOTU-related updates on the White House Twitter and Instagram during the address Tuesday evening.

Source: Jamie Squire/Getty Images
Source: Jamie Squire/Getty Images

The White House is also teaming up with online-annotation platform Genius to offer annotated versions of past State of the Union addresses, featuring contributions from Obama's speechwriters and some selected submissions from the public.

All-in-all, this year's SOTU is shaping-up to be the most internet-accessible address yet.