New York University's "Office of Civic Engagement" sent students an e-mail before the holidays about watching locations for the Inauguration. (I didn't realize we had such an office, but indeed, here you go.) The University is setting up "live-feed viewing stations" around campus.
Here are the details from the e-mail:
Watching at NYU: Inauguration 2009
Save the Date-Tuesday, January 20, 2009
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
New York University will provide live-feed viewing stations throughout campus for the historic Swearing-In Ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama at the following locations:
The Kimmel Center for University Life--60 Washington Square South
» The Skirball Center
» Eisner and Lubin Auditorium
School based viewing centers will be open at select locations.
Be sure to check your email on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 for more details.
I shall not be taking advantage of NYU's screening options. I'll be watching the real-live-feed from the National Mall sidelines in D.C. I can attest to bus and train tickets being sold out-- I managed to grab some of the last tickets out there.