The easiest way to watch President Joe Biden conduct his first formal news conference since becoming commander in chief — slated for 10:15 a.m. Pacific time Thursday, March 25 — is via a live stream like this one from the news publication the Hill on YouTube:
Biden became president more than two months ago and hasn’t yet held a news conference, so media interest is high. Expect the major broadcast networks to be tuned in along with the cable news channels.
That means CNN, C-SPAN, CNBC, Fox News Channel and MSNBC should be joined in live coverage by the ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox broadcast networks. If the broadcast channels don’t carry the press conference live, it will be available via live streams at their web sites and other digital outlets.
Most news outlets have indicated that they will begin coverage of the 10:15 a.m. PDT (1:15 p.m. EDT) press conference at 10 a.m. Pacific (1 p.m. Eastern).
On radio in the Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange County areas, public radio stations KPCC-FM and KCRW-FM should offer live audio of the news conference, both on their websites and their many FM frequencies across Southern California:
KPCC stations serve LA and Orange counties (89.3), the Inland Empire (89.1), the Coachella Valley (90.3), Palm Springs (93.3), Ventura County (89.5) and Santa Barbara (89.9).
KCRW stations serve LA and Orange counties (89.9), Ventura County (89.1), the greater Palm Springs area (89.3), Kern and northern LA counties (88.1), Santa Barbara (88.7), San Luis Obispo (103.1), Gorman (89.7), Banning (90.9), Borrego Springs (92.9), Ridgecrest (100.1), Santa Paula, Moorpark and Fillmore (102.3), Ojai (102.1), Lemon Grove and Spring Valley (89.9) and Goleta (106.9).
Source: Orange County Register