November 22 marks the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, and CBS has plans to commemorate the occasion.
Starting at 1:40 p.m. ET on the Friday, the same time reports came into CBS stations 50 years ago, CBS.com will begin streaming their coverage of the assassination in "real-time." The coverage will continue for the weekend, ending with the president's funeral. If you can't watch the entire stream, CBS will have a schedule up so you can tune in at specific moments. Also, clips of the coverage will be shared by CBS on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, with the hashtag #JFK50. The station will live tweet the event from the 22nd to the 25th.
To get more information of the event, which will certainly make history buffs pretty busy, go to the CBS website here. If you're a news junkie, it might be interesting to see the reaction from legendary journalist Walter Cronkite—whose coverage is one of the most iconic in history.