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The Second Inauguration of Barack Obama

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Below is the schedule of events for the second Inauguration of President Barack Obama. 21 WFMJ will air The Today Show from 7:00-10:00 a.m. followed by a NBC News Special Report from 10:00 a.m. to approximately 3:00 p.m. In addition, 21 WFMJ will air a special edition of NBC Nightly News from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Monday evening.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Please note that all times below are approximate and subject to last minute changes.

8:30 am: President Obama and family depart White House for to St. John's Episcopal Church for traditional inaugural service.

8:40 am: Arrival.

8:45 am: Service begins (closed)

10:00 am: Obama party motorcades from St. John's to White House

10 -10:15 am: Congressional leaders arrive at the White House coffee with the president. (closed)

10:45 am: President's motorcade departs from the White House to the Capitol.

11:20 am: Presidential party arrives at inaugural platform.

11:30 am: Ceremony begins.

11:45am: Vice President Biden is sworn in by Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

11:55 pm: President Obama is sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts.

12:00 pm: Inaugural Address

12:30pm: Ceremony concludes with the National Anthem and benediction.

12:39 pm: Signing ceremony in Capitol

12:55 pm: End of Signing ceremony

1:00 pm: President Obama arrives for congressional luncheon in Statuary Hall. Live cameras for arrivals, and post luncheon speeches only.

2:32 pm: President Obama reviews troops at the Capitol's East Front

2:36 pm: Obama family enters limousine to begin parade down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. (Approx one hour.)

3:30 pm approx: President Obama and his family arrive at the White House and then proceed to parade reviewing stand. The parade resumes as soon as they arrive. It will conclude approximately 1 and ½ hour after the first unit passes the stand.

21 News will also provide a live stream on wfmj.com.

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