On Sunday, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will return to the debate stage for their second of three debates before the general election this November. Here’s how to watch for free, even if you don’t have cable.
The debate will start Sunday, October 9th at 9PM ET/6PM PT. ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate the debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. During the last presidential debate, Facebook collected viewer questions that will be used during this debate session.
Many news outlets are going to have their own live coverage. Here are some of the easiest ways to watch online:
Many other networks will be broadcasting their own coverage of the debate as well. If you want to watch on your TV, you can tune into ABC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, NBC, PBS, Univision, and many others.
If you’d like to watch on your TV via your mobile device or set-top box, the following stations can help (though some may require a cable package):
- Watch with CBS News on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku.
- Watch with ABC News on Android, iOS, Windows, Apple TV, andRoku.
- Watch with NBC News on Android, iOS, Windows, Apple TV, and Roku.
- Watch with Reuters on Android and iOS.
Keep in mind you can also watch the YouTube live stream on nearly any set-top box using the YouTube app. NPR will also offer coverage of the debate via your local radio affiliate, if you’d prefer to listen instead of watch. You can listen to NPR via its member stations, via NPR.org, on Facebook, or through the NPR One apps.
This will be the second of the three presidential debates before the election on November 8th. The final debate will take place on October 19th. The deadline to register in many states is fast approaching, and early voting has already begun in some places. Check out our guide on how to register in time to vote.