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Hey, check this out. A bunch of liberal bloggers are having a big conference out in Detroit, and you can watch the whole thing with live streaming. A full schedule of speakers is below.

Just in case I am not the only one that did not know all of the 2014 Netroots Nation conference presentations can be watched on live streaming from Upstream, here are the links I just "discovered" by accident poking around another site.

"Why wasn't I informed of this?"

Sheesh.


 
 
 
 
 


Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

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If you can’t make it to Netroots Nation this year, there are a number of ways you can follow the action at home.

STREAMING
This year we’re streaming all of our scheduled keynote sessions as well as interviews, curated programming and special content produced by This Week in Blackness (TWiB) before and after keynotes.

Check out the guide to scheduled programming below the player. Plus, interviews with special guests and speakers will be streamed between scheduled programming. All times are eastern.

Thursday, 7/17

8:00 a.m.: Morning News Dump with Lizz Winstead, Shannyn Moore and Cliff Schecter
10:00 a.m.: AM TWiB w/ L. Joy Williams
11:30 a.m.: The Shannyn Moore Show
1:00 p.m.: Historical Blackness: Movements as Models: What the History of Organizing Can Teach Today’s Organizers
3:00 p.m.: TWiBPrime w/ Elon James White: Biden Introduction
3:30 p.m.: Keynote featuring Vice President Joe Biden
4:30 p.m.: TWiBPrime w/ Elon James White: Biden Reaction
7:15 p.m.: Opening keynote featuring Rev. William Barber
9:00 p.m: Laughing Liberally Comedy Show
Friday, 7/18

9:00 a.m.: Morning News Dump with Lizz Winstead, Shannyn Moore and Cliff Schecter
10:00 a.m.: Morning keynote featuring Sen. Elizabeth Warren
2:00 p.m.: Black Caucus
3:00 p.m.: TWiBPrime w/ Elon James White
4:30 p.m.: #BlackWomenLead: Harnessing Black Women’s Political Power and Leadership Potential w/ Sen. Nina Turner
5:30 p.m.: The David Pakman show
Saturday, 7/19

8:30 a.m.: Morning News Dump with Lizz Winstead, Shannyn Moore and Cliff Schecter
9:30 a.m.: Keynote with Senator Debbie Stabenow and Mark Schauer followed by a Detroit water crisis panel
12:00 p.m.: TWiBPrime w/ Elon James White
4:30 p.m.: Closing keynote: Ignite at Netroots Nation
You’ll find this stream on our website and on the sites of many of our progressive media partners.

KEYNOTE RECAPS
We’ll be updating keynote pages with tweets, video and photos from the sessions as they happen.

For those that would like to learn more Huffington Post says they will be covering the whole thing all week at Netroots Nation 2014: Live Video Of Keynote Speeches, Panels, Interviews (Snark Alert!)

Vice President Joe Biden will give the keynote address at the event on Thursday. Other speakers at the event include Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.).

The Huffington Post will be reporting from the conference all week, and you can watch the speeches and panel discussions live above.

Perhaps there is some reason we do no see any of this here? If so, I'll take this down. But, just in case there are others, like me unaware you could be watching this, enjoy!

Cheers.  

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