Schedule of's livestream of JFK assassination coverage

President John F. Kennedy greets the crowd in Fort Worth, Texas, November 22, 1963, just hours before he was felled by an assassin's bullet in Dallas.
Cecil Stoughton/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Here's an hour-by-hour log of what you'll be seeing in's livestream of CBS News' historic 1963 coverage of the JFK assassination

  • Monday, Nov. 25, 8 a.m. to 11:36 p.m. (fourth and final day)

All times are in Eastern Standard Time.

The stream will be live here:

Video highlights and other coverage of the four-day coverage here:

NOVEMBER 25, 1963

8 a.m. - Dallas district attorney reviews evidence against Oswald

9 a.m. - Description of funeral plans

10 a.m. - Kennedy casket leaves Capitol

11 a.m. - Funeral procession moves to St. Matthew's Cathedral

12 p.m. - Funeral service at St. Matthew's Cathedral

1 p.m. - Funeral procession moves to Arlington National Cemetery

2 p.m. - Gravesite ceremony

3 p.m. - Jackie Kennedy lights eternal flame

4 p.m. - Dan Rather describes first look at Zapruder film

5 p.m. - President Johnson greets heads of state at State Department

6 p.m. - Reports continue from State Department

7 p.m. - CBS Special Report "Presidents and Assassins"

8 p.m. - Highlights from funeral

9 p.m. - CBS Special Report: "The Four Dark Days"

10 p.m. - CBS Special Report: "The Four Dark Days"

11 p.m. - CBS Special Report: "The Four Dark Days"