Like the two presidential and one vice-presidential debates before it, the Uproxx News team will be watching tonight’s final presidential debate happening at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. There, in the heart of what is — for this election — a highly appropriate venue, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will make their final pleas to American voters for 90 minutes of uninterrupted airtime on all major broadcast and cable news channels. (Apologies to Frequency on The CW — you drew the short straw.)
However, if you’re one of the millions of Americans who’ve cut the cord in recent years, this means you’ll have to find some other way to watch the debate. Never fear, for in addition to CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, PBS, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, C-SPAN and Univision’s simultaneous broadcast, several streaming options are available. Like the NBC YouTube page, which will live-stream Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace’s attempts to coral Trump and Clinton for an hour and a half. PBS News Hour will also stream the debate on its YouTube page, as well as Facebook and Ustream.
Channel websites, like CNN.com, will stream their televised broadcasts as well. Otherwise, social media offers two pertinent methods for watching tonight’s final matchup between Clinton and Trump. One is a Twitter live stream provided by Bloomberg Politics, which users can access via the website or the app. Facebook Live is the second, which news outlets like ABC News, C-SPAN, Fox News, PBS, The New York Times, CNBC, Telemundo and Univision will all utilize for their online readers and viewers.
Remember, the vice-presidential debate airs tonight from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET. Make sure to keep up with the Uproxx News team and check out the festivities for yourself via one of the many streaming methods detailed above.