Obama Final Address Livestream: Watch the president's last speech live online

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President Barack Obama will give his farewell address tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern from his hometown of Chicago. Most of the major networks and news stations will air the speech, but you can also watch a livestream of the event via the White House's website

Presidential address livestream 

Watch Obama's speech without having to turn on your TV. Source: Saul Loeb/Getty Images
Watch Obama's speech without having to turn on your TV.  Saul Loeb/Getty Images

Whitehouse.gov will host the official livestream of the event. You can also see his remarks on the official White House Facebook page. 

A new perspective

For those of you who want to see everything...Source: Win McNamee/Getty Images
For those of you who want to see everything...  Win McNamee/Getty Images

Obama's will be the first presidential address to be "broadcasted live in 360-degree video," according to the Daily Beast. VRScout, a virtual-reality media corporation based in Los Angeles, will be on-hand at the event in order to broadcast the speech live via this innovative technology. You can watch the 360-degree version of Obama's farewell speech here