Washington, DC – FedNet, a DC-based webcaster of congressional hearings, press conference and floor debates, said on Friday it will provide the first mobile-only video broadcast of President Obama’s State of the Union address, scheduled for Jan. 24.

The broadcast will mark the company’s launch of VUGUV, its new mobile-only public affairs network.

The news comes 15 years after FedNet became the first company to broadcast the State of the Union address on the web in 1997.

“Anyone with a smart device can now watch Congress – wherever they are,” said Keith Carney, the president of FedNet. The service will be available on iPhone, iPad, Android, Microsoft and Blackberry devices.

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