We are only hours away from one of the biggest celebrity events in Washington in the annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, and now we have an answer to one of the most-important questions — where you can actually watch this event.
If you are looking to check it out on television, here is some of the information you need to know in terms of start times and networks:
-C-SPAN will of course have continuous coverage throughout the night, but you can also watch the festivities via CNN or MSNBC beginning at 9:30 p.m. Eastern time. President Obama is not scheduled to speak until 10:30 p.m., and Jimmy Kimmel will follow him up about fifteen minutes later.
-If you are more interested in watching the entire event live online, you can catch streaming coverage of the event already over at this link.
After Kimmel’s routine in full airs, you can check back here for a full review of what went down — including some of the funniest moments along with the reaction in the room. Will he be a Seth Meyers or as controversial as Stephen Colbert? Only time (as in a few hours) will tell.