Tickets have gone fast for the last White House Correspondents Dinner with President Barack Obama at the helm. The annual dinner has allowed The President to show his comedic side, and he is sure to entertain again this year. The event’s feature entertainer is Larry Wilmore, host of Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show. While the White House Correspondents Dinner has become quite the entertainment event, it officially started as and remains a scholarship and awards banquet for the White House Correspondents’ Association. Keep reading to learn how to watch White House Correspondents Dinner online if you don’t have cable.
The White House Correspondents Dinner will air on Saturday, April 30 on CNN, C-SPAN, and on other cable news networks such as FOX News and MSNBC. With the majority of channels it will be airing on, you won’t have any problem finding a channel to watch the White House Correspondents Dinner streaming online. The following guide will tell you exactly how to watch the White House Correspondents Dinner online.
Watch White House Correspondents Dinner Online Live on Sling TV
Sling TV is a live stream service that is a great way to watch the White House Correspondents Dinner online in the form of a live stream. In the Best of Live TV package, you receive 20 channels, including CNN, and an on-demand library for just $20 a month. You can watch Sling TV on most major devices, and you can watch from anywhere that offers access.
To learn more about Sling TV, you should check out our full review and sign up for your free 7-day trial to watch White House Correspondents Dinner online free. If you decide to remain a member and purchase a three-month membership at one time (a $60 value), you’ll receive the choice between a free Roku 2 or 50% off a Roku 3! Not only is this an amazing deal, it’s $10 less than actually buying the Roku 2, and you get the three months of Sling TV to go with it.
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Watch White House Correspondents Dinner Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is another live streaming service. You receive as many as 60 cable channels and an on-demand library. You pay just $29.99, and there are no contracts to sign, so you can cancel at any time. With PlayStation Vue, you’ll have access to a number of the channels that will air the White House Correspondents Dinner live stream including CNN, FOX News, and MSNBC. If you live in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Philadelphia, Dallas, or Chicago, you receive local channels with your live streams. If you’re not in these areas, you can still enjoy local channels, the shows just appear in your on-demand library the day after they air on TV, which isn’t a bad deal at all. You can watch PlayStation Vue on PS3 or PS4 consoles, Amazon Fire TV, iPad, and Chromecast.
The downside to Vue comes in the forms of usage restrictions that occur outside of your home location. If you try to use Vue outside of the home, it’s highly unlikely that you will be able to watch anything at all. So, if you’re a mobile user this probably isn’t the right service for you. Before making any decisions, you should read about Vue in our full review so you can see if it’s the service for you.
If you have any questions about how to watch White House Correspondents Dinner online, just leave them in the comments. Otherwise, if you’re interested in other news shows & events, you can check out our guide on watching the news online.
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