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Live Streams: 2010 Election Coverage

November 1st, 2010 by Rebecca Harper Editor

As Americans head to the polls for midterm elections Tuesday, tune into Hulu for real-time results streaming from our Live Streams Lounge. This year, you can choose your coverage, too, with live streams provided by Fox News Strategy Room and ABC New Now.

The Fox News stream, hosted by Jon Scott, will feature results and reports from Fox News correspondents across the country, as well as a live in-studio panel discussion. Update: This stream kicks off at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and runs for approximately three hours.

In addition, at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, ABC News Now’s John Berman and Claire Shipman will kick off a night of election night coverage, including the latest results and analysis. As polls close, ABC’s David Muir and Facebook’s Randi Zuckerberg will have live reaction from the campus community at Arizona State University. This stream is expected to run until

As always, you can grab the embed code for either network’s coverage directly from the Live Streams Lounge, add a reminder to your calendar, or sign up for an alert that will be emailed to you when the stream begins.

Don’t forget to vote!
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indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: Election Edition

November 1st, 2010 by Basil Tsiokos indieWIRE Contributor

Like indieWIRE‘s parent company, SnagFilms, who have been showcasing documentaries tied into Tuesday’s important midterm election in their Midterm Madness series, our curated Hulu Documentaries this week are also tied into the election. This week’s selections take a look back at various elections, on the local and national level, as well as the impact of particular politicians or would-be politicians.

With so much divisiveness in play with this election, a good place to start to make sense of it all is Kelly Nyck’s Split: A Divided America. Traveling across the nation to speak to ordinary Americans as well as politicians and pundits, Nyck’s seeks to uncover the reasons for the partisan divides that inevitably do more harm than good, examining how religion, economics, race, and geography interact with media to foster the red state vs. blue state, Republican vs. Democrat divide.

Focusing in on one red state, and one small town, Crawford, directed by David Modigliani, tells the story of the site of President George W Bush’s ranch “home.” Using the less than a thousand strong population town as a microcosm of the US under Bush’s administration, the film shows the powerful impact that his residency had on the once obscure place, from his election onwards.

Texas is also the subject of Mark Birnbaum and Jim Schermbeck’s The Big Buy: Tom Delay’s Stolen Congress. The filmmakers build a case against the Texan Congressman, as he faces a criminal investigation into campaign fundraising and his role in attempting to redraw the state’s Congressional districts for political gain.

Moving West to California, director Dan Cox follows Austrian-born Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger’s fulfillment of the American Dream when the former Mr Universe sets his sights on the Governor’s seat in Running With Arnold. With a tongue-in-cheek approach, the film takes an often critical look at the path “the Governator” has taken towards his political career.

Marlo Poras takes a look at another seemingly unlikely political candidate in Run Granny Run, 94-year-old Doris Haddock, frustrated with the state of politics, decides to make an unexpected bid for the US Senate just months before the election in this entertaining and inspiring doc.

Finally, the humorous Anytown USA, directed by Kristian Fraga, looks at small town Bogota, NJ, where three candidates (two of them legally blind!) enter a fiercely competitive mayoral race, revealing the highly polarized and counterproductive nature of partisan politics.

As an added bonus, if you didn’t have a chance to take a look at last week’s Halloween selection, The Impaler. W Tray White’s film also fits into this week’s theme as it follows a vampire/dark priest/witch in his Minnesota gubernatorial run.

About the writer: Basil Tsiokos is a Programming Associate, Documentary Features for Sundance, consults with documentary filmmakers and festivals, and recently co-produced Cameron Yates’ feature documentary The Canal Street Madam. Follow him on Twitter @1basil1 and @CanalStMadamDoc and visit his blog.

State of the Union Address: Streaming Live Wednesday

January 26th, 2010 by Rebecca Harper Editor

As President Obama gives his State of the Union Address Wednesday evening, you can catch the speech in its entirety as it streams live from Hulu. The stream from Fox News — available internationally — is expected to begin at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST and will include the Republican response. While the address is in progress, you can initiate the live stream from the Hulu home page or watch here on the Hulu Blog.

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Streaming Tonight: Live Presidential Address

December 1st, 2009 by Rebecca Harper Editor

Later this evening, President Obama will talk to the nation about his strategy for Afghanistan via a live television broadcast that will also stream in real time on Hulu from 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST courtesy of our partners at Fox News. An on-demand version of the Presidential Address will be posted later Wednesday.

The live stream, expected to last about an hour, will be accessible internationally. To share the coverage from your own website or blog, you can grab the embed code for the live stream from the countdown embedded below and paste it onto your site. [Update: we've posted the on-demand version below.]

For more political coverage, MSNBC provides a handful of clips related to the Obama administration every day. In the clip embedded below, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs offers a preview of the upcoming press conference.

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Live Stream: Presidential News Conference

April 29th, 2009 by Rebecca Harper Editor

As President Obama marks his 100th day in office, Hulu will be offering a live stream of his Presidential News Conference starting at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT. The press conference, provided by Fox News, is expected to run approximately one hour. You can watch the live feed directly from Hulu.com by going to http://www.hulu.com/live/obama_100_days, where we’re counting down to the event.

If you prefer, you may embed the live stream directly on your blog or website. Just click on “Copy the embed code” from the embedded video player below and add it to your website. This live feed will also be available internationally.

The on-demand version of the news conference (embedded above) will be posted on Hulu Thursday, as soon as it’s available. You can look for it on our Fox News Presidential Press Conferences page.

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