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Watch the Presidential Inauguration in Silverlight – as selected by the Inaugural Committee

Posted Jan 17 2009 2:10am

We watched the Olympics in Silverlight and now the inauguration of the President.  Would be nice to have EHRS in a nice dynamic format too, related reading talks about how this can be done with open source free software from Microsoft.

Make sure you have the Silverlight browser add on installed to view.  This last year with events, videos, etc. has really changed the the way and how much time we spend interacting online.  BD 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Jan. 16, 2009 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that the Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC) has selected the company’s Silverlight technology to enable live and on-demand video streaming of the official inauguration swearing-in ceremony on the PIC Web site at

http://www.pic2009.org.  

As part of its efforts to hold the most open and accessible inauguration in history, on Saturday, Jan. 17, the PIC will also stream video of a Baltimore event on the Whistle Stop Tour that will take President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden to Washington, D.C., from Philadelphia.

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As long as you have an Internet connection, you’ll be able to watch the ceremony as if you were there. Visit www.pic2009.org on Tuesday, January 20th to watch the swearing-in live.

The swearing-in ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. ET on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Take a look at the rest of the scheduled events for Inaugural Weekend.

Microsoft Silverlight Selected by Presidential Inaugural Committee to Enable Online Video Streaming of Inauguration Events: Official swearing in, President-elect Obama’s Whistle Stop Tour event to be streamed online.

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