The White House

Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday in a ceremony that will keep with tradition while being unlike any other inauguration in U.S. history.

When does coverage start:

KULR will have live coverage from the State Capitols of Washington, Idaho and Montana as well as Washington, D.C. starting at 4:30am MST. 

NBC coverage begins at 7am MST and will last until 5pm. 

President-Elect Biden will be sworn in shortly after 12am MST. 

At night, he is forgoing the traditional inaugural balls because of the pandemic, and he will instead take part in a television event called "Celebrating America."

How can I watch? 

Over the Air/Cable: You can watch over the air or cable starting with the Wake Up Show at 4:30am, NBC's coverage beginning at 7am and Local News at 5, 6 and 6:30 p.m. 

Streaming online: 

We will be streaming full national and local coverage on all of our digital platforms 

  • Desktop: Stream can be found here
  •  App: A link to our livestream coverage can be found at the top our app. Also, make sure to sign up for push alerts to keep updated on any important news throughout the day.  

Social media: 

We will have live coverage from NBC on our social media pages as well as reports from our crews in the field. 

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