On Tuesday night, make TheBlaze your destination for complete coverage and in-depth analysis of the State of the Union as President Barack Obama lays out his agenda for America in 2014 and beyond, as well as the responses from the GOP and the Tea Party.

Starting at 8:30 p.m. ET, join TheBlaze writers, editors, on-air hosts and more in an interactive live chat on TheBlaze.com/Live, and on Twitter using the hashtag #TheBlazeSOTU.

This year, we’re opening up TheBlaze’s TV coverage of the event for free. You’ll be able to watch on desktop computers, through TheBlaze iOS app and via our Roku channel. You’ll also be able to watch on TheBlaze.com/Live while chatting along with TheBlaze team.

What’s on tap from TheBlaze on radio and TV?

The Real News team will kick things off starting at 8:30 p.m. ET as Will Cain, Tara Setmayer, Buck Sexton, Ellison Barber and Pete Hegseth preview what we can expect to hear from President Obama on everything from jobs to the economy to national security. Dana Loesch and Laurie Dhue will also be a part of the coverage leading up to the president’s remarks.

TheBlaze’s Andrew Wilkow, Matt Kibbe of FreedomWorks, Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) and more will join the Real News team for analysis after the speeches.

Over on TheBlaze Radio, Jay Severin will be hosting radio coverage of the State of the Union starting at 9 p.m. ET. Doc Thompson and Dana Loesch will join Jay after the speeches for some post-game analysis.

TheBlaze will be covering President Obama’s remarks beginning at 9 p.m. ET, the official GOP response from Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and the Tea Party response from Sen. Mike Lee on radio, TV and web.