Washington (CNN) - If you have lingering questions after hearing President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday, you may get the chance to ask them.
The president will participate in a live streamed YouTube interview on Thursday January 27th, taking questions posted by members of the YouTube community. According to a statement from the site, the posed questions "should be about 20 seconds long", and users will be able to vote for their favorites. The top choices will be submitted for the president to answer.
This is not the first time President Obama has used YouTube. The White House has its own YouTube channel, which currently has more than 120,000 subscribers.
This interview is the first of many as part of YouTube World View, which YouTube says "will give people around the world the chance to engage in conversation with their elected officials," according to a statement given to CNN. The State of the Union speech, along with the Republican response, will be broadcast live on YouTube.