How to Watch Presidential Debate 2016 between Clinton and Trump
Monday’s presidential debate seems to be more important for people than watching NFL football. More than 100 million audiences are expected watch First Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on 26th September, Monday night at 9pm Eastern at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
This first ever female vs. male presidential debate is a chance for viewers to learn about both the candidates thoroughly before making a choice for vote.
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Presidential Debate- Date, Time and Schedule
First Presidential Debate is on 26th September will go for 90 minutes starting 9pm ET at Hosfstra University, New York. The show is moderated by Lester Holt from NBC.
VP Debate is on 4th October between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence at Longwood University in Farmville, LA. The show is moderated by Elaine Quijano from CBS News.
Second debate between Clinton and Trump is scheduled for 9th October, at Washington University, Missouri and moderated by Anderson Cooper from CNN and Martha Raddatz.
Final Debate presidential debate is scheduled on 19th October, at UNLV School, Las Vegas and moderated by Chris Wallace from Fox News.
How to Watch Presidential Debate?
Watch Presidential Debate on TV
Each debate will be simulcast across all major news and entertainment channels including NBC, CNBC, CBS, Univision, ABC, C-Span, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox news.
Watch live stream of Presidential Debate Online
Digital networks such as Buzzfeed News, Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal and Hulu will live stream the debate online. However, it is best to catch the free live stream of debate on YouTube (its own channel) and Twitter (debates.twitter.com). Check out ABC’s Facebook Page for live stream of presidential debate on Facebook.
Watch Presidential Debate in Virtual Reality
NBC has partnered with AltspaceVR to create “Virtual Democracy Plaza”, which is a VR recreation of real “Democracy Plaza” at Rockefeller Center in New York City for the audience to get virtual experience of the debate.
Live Stream option for apps and devices
Amazon Fire TV: CBS News, CNNgo, Fox News, NBC News, YouTube
Apple TV: ABC News, CBS News, CNBC, CNNgo, PBS, YouTube
Google Chromecast: ABC News, YouTube
Roku: ABC News, CBS News, CNBC, CNNgo, Fox News, NBC News, YouTube
Xbox One: ABC News, CBS News, YouTube