June 24, 200: The First Presidential Webcast

William Jefferson Clinton

June 24, 2000: President William Jefferson Clinton does the first Presidential Webcast

2000President William Jefferson Clinton was the first president to do a webcast. He announced the website that will also be able to search resources through the government.

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