How To Watch Today’s Google Hearing On The Web & Television

The Google hearing in Congress is less than an hour away. It’s scheduled to begin at 2:00 pm Eastern. Here’s a guide where to watch (and listen) on television and online.

Television

The hearing will air on C-SPAN3. It’s available on some cable systems (incl. FiOS and AT&T Uverse) and on Dish Network (Channel 212).

Web

Your best bets are either the C-SPAN3 web stream or a stream direct from the Senate Judiciary Committee.

C-SPAN’s Capitol Hearings website is where you can find an audio feed of today’s hearing.

After the Hearing

After the hearing ends (give them an hour), the video will be permanently available here in the amazing and award winning C-SPAN Video Library. It will also include a mechanically generated (using closed captioning) transcript of the hearing along with a lot of additional features.

You can search the C-SPAN Video Library at the top of any library web page OR using this advanced search interface.

More Google on C-SPAN

Previous Appearances by Eric Schmidt on C-SPAN.

Appearances by All Googler’s on C-SPAN (31 People are Listed). Each program includes a text transcript.

Related Topics: Channel: Industry | Google: Business Issues | Google: Legal

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