Presidential Debate 2016: How To Watch and Stream

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Presidential Debate 2016: How To Watch and Stream

The first debate of three for the 2016 USA presidential election between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will air tonight.

Before the presidential square-off, the panel of communication and debate experts suggested strategies each candidate might employ to control the conversation and the message, and students were amazed how the panelists' prognostications came true.

ABC has partnered with Facebook to present a Facebook live stream of the US presidential debate tonight.

NBC's YouTube live stream will be free and can be watched via the view player below.

The first presidential debate is behind us, but the second debate is right around the corner, scheduled for October 9 at Washington University in St. Louis. The next presidential debate is on October 9.

The event will be help tonight at Hofstra University, in Hempstead, NY. Leading into the debate, The Voice matched last week's 3.3.

Youtube, as always, will be airing the live presidential debates via several official and pirated channels. All of the major television networks, along with CNN and Fox News will carry the broadcast live. While there will be plenty of re-hashing in the post-debate analysis, only Bloomberg TV will offer this in real time. The Watch ABC app for Apple TV will also stream the coverage live for cable subscribers.

"The first debate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week before the debate", US Presidential Election News explained.

The Potter-Randall Republicans are having their party in the Virgil Patterson Auditorium at Happy State Bank downtown at 701 South Taylor starting at 7 p.m.

In addition, YouTube shared that many popular YouTube content makers will cover the event live on the ground, including The Young Turks and Complex News.

CBS' live streaming news service will stream CBS News' live coverage of the debates at CBSNews.com/live as well as its TV and mobile apps.

You can also watch the U.S. presidential debate 2016 live streaming on ABCNews.com/Live. You might be surprised how many media outlets will be covering the event.

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