White House Live Events — live streams, panel discussions, events, tours, parties, weddings, christmas, birthdays, birthplaces, parties — are the most popular type of live events, according to the 2017 Nielsen live events survey.
The number one most-streamed event, White House Correspondents Dinner, has more than 2 million viewers each week, with more than 1 million of them tuning in every weekday to watch the dinner and the event.
The live stream of the first presidential debate has more viewers than the second presidential debate combined.
It is the most-watched event on the network, followed by the first and second presidential debates, and the first debate of the second term.
The average viewer watches about 4 hours of live event content per day, with about 1 hour of video on demand per day.
For the most part, the events are hosted on the White House and its properties.
It has hosted live events on multiple occasions over the years, including the White Christmas and the Presidents Day Day celebrations in 2009 and the Women’s March on Washington in 2017.
White House officials say that with the increase in live events coming to the network through online streaming services like Hulu, the number of viewers watching live events is growing.
The White House also hosts events on the National Mall, with the White Houses Office of Visitor Services hosting events there on a regular basis.
The Office of the Press Secretary, which hosts press briefings for the president, also hosts a live event each year.
The events typically include a White House reception, dinner, and a town hall meeting.
The annual White House Thanksgiving Day dinner and celebration is scheduled to take place Jan. 3.
The event is sponsored by the American Public Media, which helps advance the media agenda.
WhiteHouseLiveEvents.com The number two most-viewed White House event is the annual Thanksgiving Day reception, hosted by the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the White Senate Chamber, and other elements of the administration.
The reception attracts about 7 million viewers and is sponsored in part by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which supports the president.
The guests include the presidents son, Vice President Biden, and his wife, Jill Biden.
Guests also include the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, the president of the United States, Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine, and many others.
The administration is also hosting a weekly video-chat session, which is part of the WhiteHouse.gov website.
WhitehouseLiveEventsWeb.com White HouseLiveEventsOnline.com President Trump’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said that during the 2017 Thanksgiving Day event, she watched an average of 1.7 million live events and watched more than 250 million hours of video each week.
“This year, we have more than 10 million views of our daily White House events.
We are honored to host this event and we are proud to continue our tradition of providing our audiences with access to our White House, its historic events and the people of the District of Columbia for the last 40 years,” she said in a statement.
The president also has a daily live stream on his Twitter account.
The first president to host a live stream was Abraham Lincoln in 1862.
He hosted his daily event on Thursday mornings and held several White House news conferences during the week.
Trump hosted his White House Christmas party on Dec. 25, 2018.
President Barack Obama hosted a daily White house Christmas party in 2012.
In 2017, President Donald Trump hosted a live-call event at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, which was hosted by ABC News anchor David Muir and featured a live feed from the White house.
The two men talked about the current climate of the world and the importance of America being a leader in the world, and Obama hosted the event on his annual state of the union address.
“You’ve got to love him for that.
You have to be really proud of him,” Muir said.
“It’s a great honor for me to be here with him.
It’s very, very rare to be able to come here and have a real live event from the Oval Office.”
A video of the live event was posted to the Whitehouse.gov YouTube channel on Jan. 15, 2018, showing a live broadcast from the West Wing.
Trump then went on to host his daily news conference in the Rose Garden.
Trump has also hosted live event events at his golf courses, a hotel in Palm Beach, Fla., and at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.