At moments like this, I am happy to have C-SPAN. Instead of chatter, there is simply footage: at the moment a split screen with the inauguration site on one side and the Obama cars on the other. It's not the greatest video, to be sure, but it's a chance to just reflect on the event without a lot of talking from the news crowd. (Over at ABC, Cokie Roberts is recalling the church-going habits of previous president.)
The car shot dominates network shots at the moment, sometimes filling the screen, sometimes sharing. Fox has a three-shot split or the cars, the mall and a clergyman waiting in the door of the church.