How to view the 2020 “If Not Me, Then Who…” Gala on your TV

Beginning at 6 PM ET on Thursday 12/10, you may access the 2020 "If Not Me, Then Who..." Gala program.

Below are the most popular options to watch the Gala video through your Smart TV. If you do not have a Smart TV + streaming device, you can still view by connecting an HDMI cord from a computer to an HDMI input at the back of your TV, and utilize your TV and an extended screen to access YouTube.

The preferred recommendation to view on a Smart TV is through the YouTube App

  1. Watch YouTube on your Smart TV (Models made after 2013):

    1. Open the YouTube app on your TV.
    2. Select Search to type in the URL of the YouTube video, which is: ieTbA55mWc4

  2. Cast from YouTube to Chromecast:

    1. Make sure your mobile device or computer is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as Chromecast.
    2. Open the YouTube app or YouTube.com
    3. Tap the Cast button Inactive cast extension . Tip: On the YouTube app, the Cast button is at the top of the Home screen. From YouTube.com on your laptop, it's in the bottom right corner of the player.
      Note: You can also open YouTube.com and cast directly from Chrome browser.
    4. Tap the Chromecast device you want to cast to and then tap Play. Your content will start playing on the TV connected to that Chromecast device.
    5. To stop casting content, tap the Cast button Inactive cast extension and then Disconnect.

  3. Watch YouTube on your Non-Smart TV via a Firestick:

    1. Open the YouTube app on your TV.
    2. Select Search to type in the URL of the YouTube video, which is: ieTbA55mWc4

  4. Watch YouTube on your Apple TV by casting iPhone to TV with AirPlay:

    1. Make sure your iPhone and Apple TV are on the same Wi-Fi network—otherwise they won’t see each other.
    2. Open Control Center on your iOS device. On iPad or any iPhone other than the iPhone X, do this by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. On iPhone X, swipe down from the right of the notch.
    3. Tap the Screen Mirroring button. It looks like two overlapping rectangles.
    4. Select your Apple TV from the list that appears.
    5. If an AirPlay passcode pops up on your TV, enter the code on your iOS device.
    6. If you want to stop mirroring, open Control Center. Then, under Screen Mirroring, tap Stop Mirroring.

  5. Watch YouTube on your Roku by Casting from your iOS:

    1. Make sure your iPhone and Roku device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
    2. In a supported app such as YouTube or Netflix, look for the Cast button.
    3. Tap the Cast button, and select the Roku device from the list.

  6. Use the “Play on Roku” feature of the Roku app:

    1. Download the Roku mobile app to your iOS device.
    2. Launch the app.
    3. Choose the Photos+ option from the bottom navigation bar in the Roku app.
    4. Select the media you want to share to the Roku device.

  7. Cast from Android Device to Smart TV:

    1. The most reliable and consistent way to mirror your Android phone's screen is to use the Google Home app. If you've already set up any of Google's smart speakers, Nest Wifi or Chromecast devices, you likely already have it installed. If not, you can download it from the Play store
    2. With the Home app installed, here's what you need to do:
      1. Open the app and select the Chromecast device you want to use.
      2. Select the Cast my Screen button at the bottom of your screen.
      3. Accept the prompt that reminds you that whatever is on your phone will be visible on the TV. You may see a second prompt that warns you if your device isn't optimized.
      4. To stop casting your screen, tap on the button labeled Stop mirroring in the Home app.

 

The video is also viewable on a computer through the URL: https://youtu.be/ieTbA55mWc4  or by typing the video ID in the YouTube Search Bar, which is: ieTbA66mWc4

 

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